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Burnt Friedman (CA)

Navigating an atypical musical expedition, Burnt Friedman’s unusual trajectory curved its way through an adolescent obsession with drums and a singular dedication to amassing a self-recorded audio-library dating from 1978. What followed in the late 80ties was a period of art academia, then immersion in the first flurry of collaborative music projects. Since 1993 he released records under various names, such as Nonplace Urban Field or Drome and began working as Flanger with Uwe Schmidt aka Atom™. As a result of annual travels to Australia and New Zealand the Nu Dub Players took shape in 1997. In the year 2000 Friedman founded his own record label, Nonplace, to ensure continuity for independent musical adventures like collaborations with J...

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Jaki Liebezeit (DE)

Jaki Liebezeit (born 1939) is a drummer probably best known as a founding member of Can, who has been called "one of the few drummers to convincingly meld the funky and the cerebral".

In the mid-1960s, he was part of Manfred Schoof's quintet, who were early exponents of European free jazz.

He subsequently moved towards the new possibilities being opened by psychedelic music as a member of Can. His drumming was prominent in the band's sound, particularly in his much-admired contribution to the side-long "Halleluhwah" on Tago Mago. Liebezeit is best known for his exceptional 'metronome' style of playing; other members of Can have suggested that he sounds as though he is "half man, half machine".

In 1980, he...

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