Can - Moonshake / Future Days album
Title: Moonshake / Future Days
Date of release: 1973
Size MP3: 1850 mb
Size FLAC: 1557 mb
Format: APE MP3 TTA VOC AAC AUD MP2
Future Days (Remastered). PIAS, WMG, Believe Music (от лица компании "Spoon Records"); ASCAP, The Royalty Network (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (7). Композиция. Anthology (Remastered). WMG, PIAS, Believe Music (от лица компании "Spoon Records"); ASCAP, SODRAC, The Royalty Network (Publishing), LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (7).
Moonshake was a UK-based experimental rock/post-rock band existing between 1991 and 1997. The only consistent member was singer/sampler player/occasional guitarist David Callahan, who initially co-led the project with Margaret Fiedler (Fiedler and bass player John Frenett would leave Moonshake in 1993 to form the more commercially successful Laika). The band was notable for its extensive use of textures and sampler technology in a rock context Callahan and Fiedler alternated the lead vocal and songwriting duties for the band, both favouring very different approaches: Fiedler created surreal, ethereal and atmospheric material, while Callahan favoured harsher-sounding urban fables.
On Future Days, Can fully explored the ambient direction they had introduced into their sound on the previous year's Ege Bamyasi, and in the process created a landmark in European electronic music. Where Ege Bamyasi had played fast and loose with elements of rock song structure, Future Days dispensed with these elements altogether, creating hazy, expansive soundscapes dominated by percolating rhythms and evocative layers of keys. Vocalist Damo Suzuki turns in his final and most inspired performance with the band. Apart from the delightfully concise single "Moonshake," the album is comprised of just three long atmospheric pieces of music. The title track eases us into the sonic wash, while "Spray" is built around Suzuki's eerie vocals, which weave in and out of the shimmering instrumental tracks.
Moonshake" is a song by the krautrock band Can, on their 1973 album Future Days. Unusually for this album, known for its ambient, lengthy tracks, the song is short and has a pop structure, and was released as a single. The band Moonshake takes its name from this song. v. t. e. Can. Michael Karoli.
Moonshake by Can, from the album Future Days. Can Moonshake Future Days Music. Moonshake - Secondhand Clothes. God, what an amazing rhythm section they had - this song’s obviously an homage to PiL’s Metal Box, but honestly it’s so much better. It’s also a textbook example of songs I hated on first listen but came to love. Now, I could sell my body to survive Or start and finish work at half past five Realistically slit all chickens’ throats But I won’t be seen dead in secondhand clothes.
Future Days is the studio/Mixtape Album by artist/Rapper/DJ Can, and Album has highlight a Pop, Rock, Avant-Garde sound. It was released/out on 1973 in English dialect, by some Music Recording Company, as the follow-up to last studio/Mixtape Album. The Album features coordinated efforts with makers, producers and guest artists and is noted for Can experimentation with new melodic types. Future Days was generally welcomed by critics and was designated/won distinctive awards
|UA 35 596 A||Can||Moonshake / Future Days (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UA 35 596 A||Germany||1973|
|UP 35596||Can||Moonshake (7", Single, Promo)||United Artists Records||UP 35596||UK||1973|
|UP 35596||Can||Moonshake (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UP 35596||UK||1973|
|UA-XW446-W||Can||Moon Shake / Future Days (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UA-XW446-W||Canada||1974|
|UA 35596||Can||Moonshake (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UA 35596||Italy||1973|