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Damo Suzuki

Damo Suzuki
Country
Japan
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Kenji Suzuki (鈴木健二 Suzuki Kenji, born 16 January 1950), known as Damo Suzuki (ダモ鈴木), is a Japanese musician who has been living in Germany since the early 70s and is best known as the former lead singer of the German krautrock group Can.
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Releases on file (14)
Various Artists — Kopf Musik Various Artists — Kopf Musik
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 79, 2017, 3CD)
Mugstar & Damo Suzuki — Start from Zero Mugstar & Damo Suzuki — Start from Zero
(Important Records IMPREC393, 2015, LP)
Can — The Lost Tapes Can — The Lost Tapes
(Spoon 9543-2, 2012, 3CD)
Steven Freeman and Alan Freeman — The Crack in the Cosmic Egg Steven Freeman and Alan Freeman — The Crack in the Cosmic Egg
(Audion ISBN 0-9529506-0-CDRO, 2007, CD-ROM)
Damo Suzuki — The Fire of Heaven at the End of Universe (Life at UFO Club) Damo Suzuki — The Fire of Heaven at the End of Universe (Life at UFO Club)
(Admission to Music vivo2007030CD, 2007, CD)
Damo Suzuki's Network — Odyssey (Journey into Japanese Cosmos) Damo Suzuki's Network — Odyssey (Journey into Japanese Cosmos)
(Damo's Network DNW 020/021, 2000, 2CD)
Can — Box Can — Box
(Spoon Spoon041, 1999, 2CD/Book/Video)
Damo Suzuki's Network — Seattle Damo Suzuki's Network — Seattle
(Damo's Network DNW 018-019, 1999, 2CD)
Can — The Peel Sessions Can — The Peel Sessions
(Strange Fruit SFRCD135, 1975/1995, CD)
Can — Limited Edition Can — Limited Edition
(Spoon 9538-2, 1974/2012, CD)
Can — Future Days Can — Future Days
(Spoon Mute 9385-2, 1973/2008, CD)
Can — Ege Bamyasi Can — Ege Bamyasi
(Spoon Mute 9378-2, 1972/2007, CD)
Can — Tago Mago Can — Tago Mago
(Spoon 40SPOON6/7, 1971/2011, 2CD)
Can — Soundtracks Can — Soundtracks
(Spoon Mute 9425-2, 1970/2009, CD)

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