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Well, you can't really dance to it, but I just found this swell Jeffrey Lewis rendition of one of his "movies" and had to share it.

 

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I am not too familiar with their later 70's stuff [the last Can LP I bought was 'Landed' (1975)] but almost everything up to that point is quite good. I keep wondering whether it'd be possible to produce such wandering, untidy morsels today.

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""Krautrock is a subjective British phenomenon"

 

definitely s profound impact on my musical sensibilities

 

 

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I am not sure how the first half of Can fits into Krautrock. They seem to dabble into so many different types of music that barely existed then.

 

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""Krautrock is a subjective British phenomenon"

 

While Krautrock might be such, "Can" are actually germans.

 

For some bizarre reasons I favor "Soon over Babaluma" that considered to be their weakest album.

 

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qoute is from wikipedia. i don't know what "krautrock" really was. regardless of what it was, it is something that i would like to know more about.

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