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Damo Suzuki (JP)

Kenji Suzuki (鈴木健二, Suzuki Kenji, born January 16, 1950, in Japan), popularly nicknamed Damo Suzuki (ダモ鈴木), is a singer probably best known for his membership in German krautrock group Can.

Suzuki spent the late 1960s wandering around Europe, often busking, during which time he would only have been a teenager.

When Malcolm Mooney left Can after recording their first album Monster Movie, Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit encountered Suzuki singing on a street in Munich, Germany whilst the two were sitting outside at a street café. They invited him to join the group, and he did, performing with them that evening.

Suzuki was with Can from 1970 to 1973, recording a number of well-regarded albums such as Tago M...

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Fläsket Brinner

Fläsket Brinner (Swedish = "The Pork is Burning" or "The Fat is Burning") is a Swedish progg group that was formed in the year of 1970 when the band "Atlantic Ocean" split into two; one half forming Jason's Fleece, the other Fläsket Brinner.

At their debut at Gärdetsfesten in in 1970 the band had six members: Per Bruun-bass, Bengt "Bengan" Dahlén- el-guitar, Sten Bergman- keboards & woodwinds, Gunnar Bergsten -saxophone, Staffan Stenström- vocals, and Erik "Kaptenen" Dahlbäck - drums. Stenström quit soon afterwards and their music style confined itself to instrumental psychedelic rock with some folk-music elements. In the spring of 1971 they released their first self-titled debut album on Silence with a burning pig on the cove...

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Fire Orchestra