Album artwork for Tago Mago by Can

This is perhaps Can's finest album.

Tago Mago was Can's third long-player originally released in 1971, and the second album to feature the vocals of Damo Suzuki, who took over from Malcolm Mooney. Generally considered as the band's best work, consisting of intensely rhythmic jazz-inspired drumming, improvised guitar and keyboard soloing, tape edits, and Suzuki's idiosyncratic vocalisms. Seven mighty tracks with the band at their kosmische psychedelic peak through seminal tracks such as Mushroom and the side-long pieces Halleluwah and Aumgan.

Can

Tago Mago

Mute
Album artwork for Tago Mago by Can
LPx2

$32.99

Released 07/18/2014Catalog Number

A 69519

Album artwork for Tago Mago by Can
CD

$12.99

Released 02/06/2012Catalog Number

693772A

Can

Tago Mago

Mute
Album artwork for Tago Mago by Can
LPx2

$32.99

Released 07/18/2014Catalog Number

A 69519

Album artwork for Tago Mago by Can
CD

$12.99

Released 02/06/2012Catalog Number

693772A

This is perhaps Can's finest album.

Tago Mago was Can's third long-player originally released in 1971, and the second album to feature the vocals of Damo Suzuki, who took over from Malcolm Mooney. Generally considered as the band's best work, consisting of intensely rhythmic jazz-inspired drumming, improvised guitar and keyboard soloing, tape edits, and Suzuki's idiosyncratic vocalisms. Seven mighty tracks with the band at their kosmische psychedelic peak through seminal tracks such as Mushroom and the side-long pieces Halleluwah and Aumgan.