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Malcolm Mooney

Malcolm Mooney
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Malcolm Mooney is an American poet, vocalist, and artist who joined the German band Can as the original singer. He left the band after Monster Movie, though a few tracks featuring him appeared on other albums. He has also contributed to later Can recordings as a guest. He returned to the US and has worked occasionally with other groups.
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Sean Noonan Pavees Dance — Tan Man's Hat Sean Noonan Pavees Dance — Tan Man's Hat
(RareNoise RNR, 2019, CD / DL)
Sean Noonan Pavees Dance — There's Always the Night Sean Noonan Pavees Dance — There's Always the Night
(Noonanmusic 20, 2014, CD)
Can — The Lost Tapes Can — The Lost Tapes
(Spoon 9543-2, 2012, 3CD)
Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet — inCANtations Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet — inCANtations
(Milvia Son MS 008, 2011, LP)
Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet — Hysteria Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet — Hysteria
(P-Vine PCD-23755, 2006, CD)
Spirits Burning — New Worlds by Design Spirits Burning — New Worlds by Design
(Musea Gazul GA 8628.AR, 1999, CD)
Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet — Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet — Malcolm Mooney and the Tenth Planet
((Not on label) 7012-2, 1998, CD)
Can — Rite Time Can — Rite Time
(Spoon CDSPOON29, 1989/2014, CD)
Can — Soundtracks Can — Soundtracks
(Spoon Mute 9425-2, 1970/2009, CD)
Can — Delay 1968 Can — Delay 1968
(Spoon SPOONSA12, 1969/2008, CD)
The Can — Monster Movie The Can — Monster Movie
(Spoon Mute 9386-2, 1969/2008, CD)

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