Cans Tago Mago

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  • Paperback
  • 152 pages
  • Cans Tago Mago
  • Alan Warner
  • English
  • 01 August 2018
  • 1628921080

Cans Tago Mago Finally, a brilliant exploration of the German rock band Can s 1971 album Tago Mago This hugely unique and influential album deserves close analysis from a fan, rather than a musicologist Novelist Alan Warner details the concrete music we hear on the album, how it was composed, executed and recorded including the history of the album in terms of its release, promotion and art work This tale of Tago Mago is also the tale of a young man obsessed with record collecting in the dark and mysterious period of pop music before Google Warner includes a backtracking of the history of the band up to that point and also some description of Can s unique recording approach taking into account their home studio set up.Interviews with the three surviving members drummer Jaki Liebezeit, keyboardist Irmin Schmidt and bassist Holger Czukay make this a hilariously personal and illuminating picture of Can. Best Download eBook Cans Tago Mago author Alan Warner – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Cans Tago Mago

  1. Robert says:

    Can s Tago Mago is a complex album, filled with weird sounds and scant melodies Yet is is inventive and an immersive experience Author Alan Warner, however, does not really tackle the album from a technical point of view, rather he makes Tago Mago the epicentre of his coming of age into music If you re looking for a good anecdote about music consumerism in the late 70 s then this is a great book If you want to knowabout specific drums the skip to the last 20 pages, where Warner interv Can s Tago Mago is a complex album, filled with weird sounds and scant melodies Yet is is inventive and an immersive experie...

  2. Joe says:

    100 pages of wandering biographical prattling that has little to do with CAN at all Then 34 pages of interesting writing on how editing shaped their sound, and session details.

  3. Ethan says:

    The main fault of the 33 1 3 series is the tendency of its writers to get lost in their own autobiographies, dancing around their inabilities to describe those moments of magic when a young mind first opens to music and ultimately forgetting to tackle the album whose title and image graces the book cover Warner, a novelist who has used Can s music in his writing as well as joining Can on stage later in life, pleasantly uses his autobiographical standpoint less as a way to tackle the music of Ca The main fault of the 33 1 3 series is the tendency of its writers to get lost in their own autobiographies, dancing around their inabilities to describe those moments of magic when a young mind first opens to music and ultimately forgetting to tackle the album whose title and image graces the book cover Warner, a novelist who has used Can s music in his writing as well as joining Can on stage later in life, pleasantly uses his autobiographical standpoint less as a way to tackle the music of Can, but the band s mythology and the mysteries bands present when we have access to so little information Without trying to make grand statements or decrying our modern times, he revels in the joys of lacking knowledge, craving understanding, and the bl...

  4. Tim Niland says:

    The 33 series is a set of short books, each one taking an in depth look at a famous music album In this case, the groundbreaking double album by the German progressive rock band Can, Tago Mago, which is one of the centerpieces of what the British cheekily called Krautrock and the Germans called Kosmische Warner takes a roundabout way in talking about the album, preferring to place it in his own personal narrative, a coming of age story where the boy from a remote Scottish village is gradu The 33 series is a set of short books, each one taking an in depth look at a famous music album In this case, the groundbreaking double album by the German progressive rock band Can, Tago Mago, which is one of the centerpieces of what the British cheekily called Krautrock and the Germans called Kosmische Warner takes a roundabout way in talking about the album, preferring to place it in his own personal narrative, a coming of age story where the boy from a remote Scottish village is gradually exposed tocreative punk and new wave music and then discovers the music of Can from which there is no going back After touching on the album in the beginning of his narrative, we timewarp back to rural Scotland in...

  5. Marc says:

    It s not even about Tago Mago It s just some uninteresting autobiography about how difficult it was to find records in the 80s when you re living in the middle of bumfuck nowhere.

  6. Josh says:

    Usual qualms with 33 1 3 books aside i.e portions too focused on writers personal story in a way that left me wantingabout the album and less about his riding a train to get a record as a 15 year old , this is a solid issue of the series A seminal album and you couldn t read this book without recognizing the authors deep love and knowledge for Tago Mago and Can in general Pretty deep dive, so I m not sure if this book would make sense if you aren t already a fan of the band or ready to Usual qualms with 33 1 3 books aside i.e portions too focused on writers personal story in a way that left me wantingabout the album and less about his riding a train to get a record as a 15 year old , this is a solid issue of the series A seminal album and you...

  7. Mitch says:

    Yet another old geezer tritely reminiscing over the death of vinyl for 100 pages It reads like a conversation with any baby boomer dad ever Back in my day you had to walk to all kinds of stores to get your music Nothing can match the FEEL of pulling the reco...

  8. Roger Irish says:

    Although the 33 1 3 series includes books on many albums I like, this is the first I ve read I read it because it s about one of my absolute favourite albums but also because the book was written by a novelist, Alan Warner, probably most well known for the book since made into a film Morvern Callar I figured a novelist might bring something different, in addition to good writing, to the subject on that score I wasn...

  9. Josh Luft says:

    More an exploration of the pre internet days of discovering and obtaining music than an in depth account of Can and the creation of Tago Mago Warner, author of the solid novel Morvern Callar , spends most of the book recounting his discovery of the band, focusing on the album itself for a lengthy chapter Warner is a huge Can fan, which comes through in the book as he conveys the thrill of finding the band s albums in Scotland record stores However, the writing is not quite as vibrant as I d h More an exploration of the pre internet days of discovering and obtaining music than an in depth account of Can and the creation of Tago Mago Warner, author of the solid novel Morvern Callar , spends most of the book recounting his discovery of the band, focusing on the album itself for a lengthy chapter Warner is a huge Can fan, which comes through in the book as he conveys the thrill of finding the band s albums in Scotland record stores...

  10. Mason Jones says:

    A fun read, but it should be noted that much of the book isabout the author s youthful exploration of music than it is about the Can album in question Music fans will likely still enjoy the read at least those who came of age at a time when tracking down information about bands, and finding albums outside the mainstream, required effort and took time Many of us can sympathize, having gone through it, as Warner slowly learnsabout Can, studies the photos in the albums and hypothesiz A fun read, but it should be noted that much of the book isabout the author s youthful exploration of music than it is about the Can album in question Music fans will likely still enjoy the r...