Such a sweet and humble man…Jaki Liebezeit - Photographed for The Drum Thing at his studio in Cologne. "It was 1968; it was a year of revolution. That started with some student riots in Berlin and something happened in the mind, worldwide, I think, at that time. Also in music and in art and painting – Pop art came, and that’s why we all had the idea to do something new. We were fed up with that old post-war thing. We came together, all of us had the same feeling, and I think that gave us the power to do something new" #canband#jakiliebezeit#thedrumthing
One of Can's "less favorable" albums. But like a friend once told me, one of Can's worst records is still better than most bands' best albums. This one is still solid and worth picking up, despite the bad ratings. #outofreach#canband#vinyl
Cheating a little bit with this one. I haven't ever really been able to find much out about this album since I got it so I'm assuming it's a bootleg. It's basically Can's self-titled album from 1979 with a different final track and different artwork. A fairly enjoyable listen though nothing on their earlier work.
Need some new tunes for the weekend? We have you covered. Fleet Foxes, Peacers, Kevin Morby, B Boys, CAN, Big Star, Bowie and a rad Numero Comp “Seafaring Strangers” are all either here or on the way into the shop today. Come hang and check them out with us - here until 7! Also available online.