Friday, 16 December 2016

TECHNICAL SPACE COMPOSER'S CREW - CANAXIS 5 (Revisited Rec. ‎– REV 063, CD, 2006) (FLAC)


Can con Prehistoric Future de 1968 y el primer disco de Tangerine Dream, Electronic Meditation, de 1969, son sin duda dos de los grandes monumentos Krautrock, que pueden ser considerados un antecedente de la música electrónica tal y como la conocemos. También en 1969, Holger Czukay de Can publica junto a Rolf Dammers una de las obras más influyentes de la música electrónica de todos los tiempos que se adelanta varios años al uso de técnicas de sampler (aunque en este punto tendríamos también que referirnos a Spike Jones que ya en los años 30 hiciera una versión del Jingle Bells con ladridos de perro), y que musicalmente incorpora elementos tribales hoy tan en boga. Canaxis, el título de esta obra maestra, se grabó en tan sólo cuatro horas en el estudio de música electrónica de Stoackhausen, aunque, según nos confesaba el propio Czukay se aprovecharon, con la complicidad del asistente de Stockhausen, que éste había salido para colarse de rondón en su estudio y realizar la grabación sin que él lo supiera. Cantos de lamentación vietnamitas convenientemente manipulados en bucles repetitivos y atmósferas electroacústicas, conforman el núcleo central de una obra muy infravalorada y desconocida incluso hoy.

La versión que os ofrezco es la que se reeditó en formato CD a través del sello germano REVISITED REC. en 2006, pero el formato auténtico fue en LP y contenía sólo los dos primeros temas con los títulos: A1 - Ho-Mai-Nhi (The Boat Woman Song) / B1 - Shook Eyes Ammunition (Canaxis). Por cierto, quien quiera un ejemplar de dicho LP, que prepare los 1.293,06 euros que se piden en Discogs.

DISFRUTAD...

Escaneos del CD:


Fotos del LP:



Tracklist:

1 Boat Woman Song 17:39
2 Canaxis 20:15
3      Mellow Out    2:12
4 Cruise 4:30
5 Epilogue 2:13


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Password to unzip the rar: STAHLFABRIK

13 comments:

  1. Awesome!! Thx a lot for this lossless jewel!!!

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  2. This is NOT the original 1969 LP, but a common, ordinary CD rip. I can see that it mentions this further down in the notes, but to title the post like that is really misleading, and pretty pathetic. (Especially since you even post scans of the LP, with the original timings!)

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    1. I apologize for having put the information of the vinyl LP in the title, but in the text I have explained very well that it is the CD version: "The version that I offer is the one that was reedited in CD format through the seal germano REVISITED REC. In 2006, but the authentic format was in LP and contained only the first two tracks with titles: A1 - Ho-Mai-Nhi (The Boat Woman Song) / B1 - Shook Eyes Ammunition (Canaxis)".
      The "pathetic" are already willing to humiliate me on your part, and I do not consent. We must learn to know how to say things by keeping forms and education.

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    2. Pido disculpas por haber puesto la información del LP de vinilo en el título, pero en el texto he explicado muy bien que se trata de la versión CD: "La versión que os ofrezco es la que se reeditó en formato CD a través del sello germano REVISITED REC. en 2006, pero el formato auténtico fue en LP y contenía sólo los dos primeros temas con los títulos: A1 - Ho-Mai-Nhi (The Boat Woman Song) / B1 - Shook Eyes Ammunition (Canaxis)".
      Lo de "patético" ya son ganas de humillarme por tu parte y no te lo consiento. Hay que aprender a saber decir las cosas guardando las formas y la educación, que no cuesta nada.

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  3. The point is, as you have just admitted, you are and were fully aware that you were posting the CD, not the LP, and if you knew the facts about the original LP, you would know that NO CD versions are true reproductions of the LP. Which makes the title of your post incorrect.

    So I will retract my use of the of the word "pathetic", but I will say again - to title the post the way you have is 100& incorrect and totally misleading.

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    1. Okay, but anyway, the way you've come to accuse me is not proper to an educated person. I accept your apologies, but in the future check your attitudes before writing. Greetings and have a good time.

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    2. De acuerdo, pero sea como sea, la manera con que usted ha entrado a acusarme no es propio de una persona educada. Acepto sus disculpas, pero en el futuro controle sus actitudes antes de escribir. Saludos y que usted lo pase bien.

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    3. Let me state one more time why I was frustrated, and perhaps chose inappropriate words...

      I appreciate what you do here very much. However, based on the things you post, I assume you are a very knowledgeable person about the types of material you post. Therefore, I would also expect you to be quite aware of just how rare the original LP of this would be, and why taking extra special care in noting the source for it would be very important. As I originally said, I did see the note you made in the comments about it being from the CD - but this was only after I had immediately started my download based on the information you put in the header.

      So, "pathetic" would perhaps have been a word more appropriate for someone who does not have basic knowledge about the subject, and I said, I do not think this is the case with you. "Careless" might have been less harsh - but in any case, you've changed it now, we've both said our opinions - so onward. Thank you again for the good work you do here.

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  4. Apologies - the way you HAD titled it - I see you have changed it now. My browser had not updated the page.

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  5. Tengo la suerte de guardar en mi colección la reedición de 1982 de Spoon Records "Cannaxis" en vinilo. Sólo piden 36 euros en Discogs pero sigue siendo una joya que no tengo pensado vender en la vida! :-)

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  6. Many thanks for sharing this in FLAC - most appreciated.

    Poor Mr Anonymous just needs some love - here's a big hug from me as well xxx

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