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Can - Future Days download
Performer: Can
Genre: Rock
Title: Future Days
MP3 album size: 2890 mb
FLAC album size: 1630 mb
Style: Krautrock, Psychedelic Rock
Released: 1973


Future Days9:34
Bel Air20:00


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TCK 0510Can Future Days ‎(Cass, Album)United Artists RecordsTCK 0510Germany1973
UAS 29505Can Future Days ‎(LP, Album)United Artists RecordsUAS 29505UK1973
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About Album

Can Future Days 1973 United Artists 01 Future Days 00:00 02 Spray 09:33 03 Moonshake 18:04 04 Bel Air 21:11 Michael Karoli guitar ダモ 鈴木健二 Damo SUZU. Future Days. PIAS, WMG от лица компании Mute The Royalty Network Publishing, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 5. This is a straight rip from the vinyl itself. Original filetype: FLAC for lossless compression and the highest quality possible. 00:00 Future Days 09:32 Spray 18:01. Future Days is the fourth studio album by the German experimental rock group Can, originally released in 1973. It is the last Can album to feature Japanese vocalist Damo Suzuki. On Future Days, the band foregrounds the ambient elements they had begun exploring on previous efforts, dispensing largely with traditional rock song structures and instead creating hazy, expansive soundscapes dominated by percolating rhythms and evocative layers of keys. PopMatters wrote that It feels as if Future Days is. Can - Future Days 1973. To favorites 15 Download album. Listen album. Kraut Rock. Пятый студийный альбом краут-рок-группы Can, вышедший в 1973 году. Future Days последний диск с участием вокалиста Дамо Судзуки. Альбом имеет принципиально новое для группы, эмбиентное звучание, особенно проявляющееся в финальной, наиболее сложной и атмосферной композиции Bel Air. На первый план записи выходят многослойные клавишные текстуры и сложные джазовые ритмы, вокал практически на всём альбоме минимален. Listen free to Can Future Days Future Days, Spray and more. 4 tracks 41:04. Damo Suzuki's final effort is Can's most atmospheric and beautiful record, a spartan collection of lengthy, jazz-like compositions recorded with minimal vocal contributions. Employing keyboard washes to create a breezy, almost oceanic feel indeed, two of the tracks are titled Spray and Bel Air, the mix buries Suzuki's voice to elevate drummer Jaki Liebezeit's complex rhythms to the foreground despite the deceptive tranquility of its surface, Future Days is an intense. Released September 1973. Future Days Tracklist. Future Days Lyrics. About Future Days. After 1971s Tago Mago, krautrock colllective Can had solidified themselves as one of the most impactful experimental bands of their time. However, after LP Ege Bamyasi was more grounded in funk influences, Czukay and company decided to dive full into the ambiance of pure soulful bliss, with funk tinges and the same experimental aesthetic that gave the band their fame in the first place. The end result was Future Days, hailed by many as a masterpiece and a towering pillar of the krautrock genre. Can - Future Days review: a concoction of subtle jamming, complete aural bliss. Future Days trims the fat from Tago Mago and turns down the out there level that made the album so different into a psychedelic ambient flow. Future Days' sound is nearer to Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk than their krautrock peers Faust, but still manages to display all the habits that krautrock bands seem to encompass. As you may have noticed, Future Days has only four tracks, making it very concise even though the songs are generally long. The relaxing nature and the hallucinogenic euphoria of the LP makes the album duration go in rather quickly. Genre: Krautrock. On Future Days, legendary German rock outfit came and conquered once more with a hypnotic and entrancing album that masterfully fuses ambient and rock elements. I enjoyed the two behemoth tracks that open and close the record, they are excellent examples on retaining momentum and keeping the listeners attention at the same time. The two shorter and more pop-oriented tunes in the middle were also really enjoyable as well. Overall, really enjoyed the relaxed flow and runtime of Future Days. read more. Where Ege Bamyasi had played fast and loose with elements of rock song structure, Future Days dispensed with these elements altogether, creating hazy, expansive soundscapes dominated by percolating rhythms and evocative layers of keys. Vocalist Damo Suzuki turns in his final and most inspired performance with the band. His singing, which takes the form here of a rhythmic, nonsensical murmur, is all minimal texture and shading. Future Days SACD, Hybrid, Album, RE, RM. Spoon Records, Mute, Warner Music Group Germany, Warner Music Group Germany Holding GmbH. SPOONSA9, 5050467790421. Vender esta versión

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Hey you, Can fanatics! Can somebody reach for their this very copy and vouchsafe the real matrix numbers stamped on this issue?Much obliged,Alex
Older issues are smoother in sound. Spoon reissues brighter. each have merit in the Can sound. You do no get the old tape hiss that is in some recordings, cause its gone now, needed in some places, not in others. the studio is part of the sound they recorded. Changed a little on the Spoon reissues, as the clean up has changed the studio sound.
Zero issues with my copy, specifically with side II, no snap crackle pop......Excellent pressing, all these CAN reissues are brilliant!
This German 1st pressing really sounds unbelievably good. Great bass and overall dynamics. I was pleasantly surprised by this.
Why would you be surprised? words words words words words
I got this spoon reissue and the Bel Air side is super noisy. My favorite can track too. First side is clean. Be cautious about this pressing. I’m pretty sure the noise is in different spots for each person so it’s most likely shit quality control at the pressing plant. Be warned.
Even though Bel Air is a bit of a dog's dinner I still give this album five stars as it contains some of Can's most transcendent tracks. The title song is an unbelievably weightless exercise in shimmering tropical psychedelia... never ever get tired of listening to it. Moonshake is so ahead of its time with its highly mechanised funk beat. Only a very few artists achieved this class of supremely elevated composition and performance. To anyone new to Can - get this one, you won't be disappointed.
I purchased this album yesterday and have listened to it a couple of times after giving it a thorough cleaning. I don't have any issues with it at all. Since it is apparently pressed using the original master tapes any anomalies were probably there from the beginning. I am very happy with the album.
I had quite a noisy pressing, too. Today I did the wood glue trick and probably 75% of the noise is gone. I’m going to glue it once more and I’m sure it’ll sound even cleaner.
I ordered this twice and both time there was filth on the outer 1/3 of the track, both sides, that made crackles in one channel. I could not be washed off. If I could find a copy without the filth, I would gladly add it to my collection.
Exact same issue here. I'm on my 4th copy, each with the same issue that you described.
Pops and crackles all over the place on mine sadly. Even after a clean. Great record though. Dubious QC at the plant however.
Mine came with plenty of surface scuffs (inaudible) and crackling in one channel. Not many pops. A pretty great listen, despite issues. I will not hold out for a better copy from this run.
Same here.....pops and cracks. Still sounds good though I think.
Does anyone know why Side B is listed as "Spare A Light" ? Is it an alternate name for "Bel-Air" ? What is the true name for the track?
I have this one. Only difference is that the labels of my copy are pale yellow. I purchased it in 2006. So it must have been issued before then.
I've had the opportunity to compare this remastered edition side by side with the original 1973 UK pressing in superb condition ( ), and I must say this reissue sounds great! The remastering has been done very delicately and faithfully to the original and nothing has been damaged during the process. No over-processing or over-compression, no noticable artifacts of the modern times, just a clear sound with the original lively dynamics present. There are some slight level tweaks on the low and high ends of the spectrum, but it's all good. I wouldn't say the new one sounds better, but to my ear it surely does not sound worse. If I didn't happen to have the original issue on hand for direct comparison, I probably would not have noticed any changes at all. A well done release!
Tori Texer
I do own the remastered version und a 1974 US copy (Promo) and must say that the remastered version is not worth the money: mine is slightly warped and has audible crackles. The sound seems to me compressed and muffled, whereas the sound off the older version is by far clearer, so airy and pleasant that you could listen to this album for hours.
All of these Spoon reissues that i've heard do sound great. What a refreshing change!
My ultimate rainy day album, and perhaps my favorite Can.
:-) Faust has a pretty good one too, sunshine girl.
It might be worth pointing out that the remastered SACD edition of "Future Days", reissued in 2005, has added room ambience type reverb to the entire album. All of the remastered reissues are quite heavily compressed, loud and have been treated with digital noise reduction. The early Can recordings will never sound "perfect", and in some cases these modern touches help a bit (like some extra bass boost on "Mushroom" on Tago Mago) but in most cases they tweaked them too much. Some people are obsessed with high quality needledrops of Can albums in their original first pressings, but few seem to have actually compared them with the old Spoon CDs from the late 80s. I just did and those old CD reissues are often very close to how the original LPs sound. I've filed away the SACDs and went back to my old Spoon CDs.Very exciting update: I found my old 1989 Spoon CD reissue of "Future Days", and the added reverb is present there as well. Have a listen to Damo's vocals on the title track: on the original LP they're completely dry and very upfront. On the CD reissues they have a room ambience with a digital sheen, giving them a completely different feel.
Absolutely stunning remaster. Not listened to the other recent remasters in detail yet, but Future Days has never sounded better. Everything comes through with so much clarity now, and the climax of Bel Air was stunning.
Golden freddi
This album was the beginning of the end of the classic Can era. Holger had worked so hard, practically single-handededly, on the editing of the first albums that by Future Days his editing razor blade had become blunt.Bel Air is so in need of cutting that I don't know where to begin. It's not a Can track that I enjoy so perhaps the less said the better. I can see from comments here that people rate it so all I can say is "in matters of taste there is no dispute". It's too long, unstructured and lacks discipline for my taste. The title track is probably the best track Can ever recorded. A weightless exercise in shimmering tropical psychedelia, this is the flipside of Bel Air-style Can to me and I can find no fault with it.Spray is surplus to requirements. Moonshake is superior mechanical funk - another great entry in the Can funk series like Spoon and Vitamin C from Ege Bamyasi.In my opinion a good track for this album, rather than Bel Air, would have been Doko E which was recorded around the same time. You can hear the full length version on several bootlegs in great quality (some are called Doko E, one is called Future Days Live, a misnomer as it's a studio recording). A really good stripped-down extended minimal work-out that's recommended to Can completists.The album after this - Soon Over Babaluma - isn't rated so highly by Can fans but I always really liked it. Parts of it are pretty deep.... going into some kind of quantum jazz fusion perhaps but mind-blowingly ahead of it's time, taking into account what else was happening in the mid-70s. Damo is missed of course, but I actually like the breathy vocals of Karoli. Dizzy Dizzy and Come Sta La Luna are two wonderful and engaging songs.After that the Can catalogue gets pretty hit and miss. All the subsequent albums contain good moments and plenty of them - but Holger really needed to wield that razor-blade with a more ruthless effiency.
bel air takes me far away
My first introduction to Can was the excellent but haphazard "Anthology". Fortunately Can are such a distinctive band that it still all seemed to fit together but I always found myself returning to the tracks "Future Days" and "Moonshake" so eventually I bought the album "Future Days" itself.For me it has always been the peak of Can's music and for a long time I only really enjoyed this and "Ege Bamyasi" from their extensive catalogue. There is a definite split in Can's music between the jagged Velvet's inspired one chord garage drones of the Malcolm Mooney era and the more liquid and original Damo Suzuki music. From Damo's first track with the band "Don't Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone" you can feel the change in feel as the band mold their music around Damo's voice. With Mooney it often felt as if they were being dragged in his wake such was the strength of his personality. Damo is no less striking but much less declamatory, the tone of his musings blend with the guitar and organ in such as way that with the liberal doses of reverb and delay which cloak the music often it is difficult to say who is creating which melody within a tune.The title track has been a perennial favourite, it has always felt like a perfect piece, just the right length with not a note out of place. Can with Damo were the only "progressive" band who managed to be both excellent players but also write extremely catchy melodies. The sounds are always extremely organic, no flashy excessive soloing, even though Michael Karoli plays extensively he always plays intricate little tunes which Damo plays off and vice versa. The magic of Can is how they subvert certain prog rock cliches with unexpected twists. The mesmerizing samba rhythms master drummer Jaki Liebezeit weaves beneath "Future Days" is as silky as a Tom Jobim ballad yet also propulsive and muscular. Think of any other prog or Cosmic rock band who would use this groove? Oddly Liebezeit's playing reminds me of Fela Kuti's drummer Tony Allen in that it is jazz influenced but accented in a way that is neither rock, jazz or funk while combining the grooves of each genre.The next track Splash is my least favourite from the album and feels like it could have come off Can's next album, the Damo less "Soon Over Babaluma" where the jazzy improvisation was removed from the discipline of working with Damo's songs and became indulgent. However being Can it is never less than fascinating, on any other album it would be a stand out track.It is interesting that Julian hates the second side of "Future Days" calling the oceanic 20 minutes of "Bel Air", a total "mess". However I think that this track perfectly demonstrates the perfect balance Can had with Damo. Yes there are self indulgent parts and yes it could haver lost a few minutes here and there but Damo is always there singing his strange incantations whenever it looks like the band has drifted into ambient doodling. Remove Damo and yes it would be a mess, infact I often see "Soon Over Babaluma" as a series of "Bel Airs" without the tunes. Like any long track it demands your attention, but if you look at "Bel Air" as a series of short pop songs which blend together rather than one intimidating slog the beauty unfolds itself, every time Damo sings it is a new song.I see "Bel Air" as a follow up to Jimi Hendrix's track "1983" with it's washes of sound which never fall into ambient banality due to the delicacy and sensitivity of the playing and the tough beats which anchor them. There are parallels in the mood to John Martyn's album "Solid Air" which was also released in 1973 with it's blend of electric piano and reverbed twanging guitar. However where Martyn finds sorrow and darkness in this mix Can find a massive neutral charge, removed from any identifiable human emotion, more like standing on a beach in the sun as a cool breeze brushes your face. Not quite elation, not quite pensive.It is this aspect which means this is an album you can listen to in any mood and find yourself in a different place. Only a later album like "Loveless" by My Bloody Valentine would combine this level of the avant and the pop in one sound although again the prevailing mood on MBV's masterwork was intense nostalgia and pain.Before this monster track comes Can's sweetest pop song. Moonshake has the same sexy samba groove as the title track but this time the Jobim in the beat is given free reign. A cousin to "One More Night" from "Ege Bamyasi" and directly reused by Can themselves on the later "Saw Delight" for the soundalike "Don't Say No", this is a propulsive stomper which is both funky and weird with the odd scratches and bleeps which take the place of a solo in the middle. Can's disco side would coem to full fruition on their one UK hit, the facile but fun "I Want More".I can see why this album is often under rated compared to the more obviously rocking Mooney era "Monster Movie" and the Damo led "Tago Mago". It is possible that "Future Days" could be perceived as being a little bland after their previous fire breathing sturm und drang. However I feel that many of the early Can tracks are too close to The Velvet Underground and The Mothers in style and simply lacking in the narcotic melody they would find on Ege Bamyasi" and "Future Days". Despite the ferocity of Malcolm Mooney I find much of the garage rock Can boring in the same way I find much of the proto punk critics darlings like The Stooges tedious. If you are going to have no tune then go all the way and sound like "Negativland" by Neu! I would suggest that at least half of "Tago Mago" and "Monster Movie" are more of a "mess" than "Bel Air"!Of their later albums after "Future Days" I dislike "Soon Over Babluma" and "Landed" (their worst album by some way) but enjoy "Flow Motion" for it's odd dub experiments and poppy disco and enjoy the first album with new members Rosko Gee and Rebop Kwaku Baahchaz, "Saw Delight" which has a sunny around the world in a day vibe. Maningrey  LONDON School of Sound
Pressing is not as good as it could be, but hell, it is "unofficial". I suggest aiting for spoon to officially reissue the thing
this is the best can album
I'm sure there is an printed inner sleeve in the french press. I don't know for the german release, but surely.
I just picked up a nice French 1st press for cheap ($20!) and yes, indeed there is an insert.
I have a copy of this German release with the embossed cover. Does anyone know it truly came with an inner sleeve other than generic? I can find no evidence online. Thanks.
Yes. Initial copies had a printed inner sleeve or an insert. My copy has both. Read my Notes...
This is an incredible album and one of the best by CAN. Do beware that later versions are often bootlegs. I ordered one from a seller from Italy stating it was a 2000 Spoon version. What I received was cheap a United Artists (out of business years ago) version that is just another known bootleg (most likely made from a cd). If you want good quality (analogue) records go for older versions and check the sales histories on this site for multiple mint sales of rare albums. I believe Can never reissued their albums on Lp after the 80's. Can anybody verify whether the 2000 versions are legit?
I got a copy on opaque purple vinyl with a non-embossed sleeve. Anyone else?
My copy is deep translucent purple with the embossed cover. This pressing hit the market sometime between 2006 - 2008. Perhaps the marbled vinyl with the flat cover is a newer pressing?
mine is also non embossed and opaque marble purple. I can't find any indication of the year printed aside form 1974, which it couldn't possibly be.
Yep, Just picked up a new copy from a Mail Order shop in the U.K and the sleeve is not embossed. The vinyl is discoloured in places, not listened to it yet. The code is the same as above.
I've seen one for sale for 19.99, but I won't say where...I still might buy it...I don't know if it is embossed or not. I'm wondering what year it is from!
This is, I believe, the original US issue of Future Days. The cover has: ©UAR inc under the cover artwork. The back has the same "frame design" as the cover (art nouveau style) with the track listing for each side inside. The band member's photographs are at the bottom in black and white. I got my copy off ebay years ago, before any reissues were available.... it does not have the original inner sleeve. I don't even know if there was anything printed inside.... does anyone know about this?
By far the best album by Can. Opposed to the too jazzy "Moon Over Babalooma" or the more experimental former material (including the daring Tago Mago each) each of the 4 trax of Future Days are perfect. From the clever rhythmc excess that is Future Days over the (nearly) melodic short A3 track , each song sits comfortable at it's place. The similarities to modern Techno are in fact disturbing... The 20 minutes of Side b pass by without getting repetetive, boring or pathetic. It is as rhythmic adventurous and atmospheric as the fantastic "Future Days" Track. Just put this LP on (or push the CD Version in your CD Player) lean back and concentrate on this mighty rhythmic experience. Satisfaction guaranteed.
If previous LPs "Tago Mago" and "Ege Bam Yasi" showed Can at their most rhythmic and expressive, then "Future Days", the last LP that they would record with the quixotic vocalist Damo Suzuki shows them encapsulating a whole new soundscape. Gone is the thundering drumming of Leibezeit, replaced by a more harmonic approach that, especially with the release of the remastered CD in August 2005, shows the band at the height of their powers. It's deliciously slow at times, revelling in a summer-drenched sound that is intensely psychedelic at times. "Moonshake" is one of their greatest tracks, a tight minimal funk jam that contains an irresistible backbeat, and "Bel-Air" is Balearic before it was even invented. A masterful LP from a glorious band.
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