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  can - publications
By the time they were ready to record their first album they had teamed up with a an incredibly volatile fl American artist called Malcolm Mooney, who had no musical background save the ability to scream and moan effectively.
Mooney's demented performances were part of Can's live appeal but it soon became clear that much of this dementia was real.
Apparently, Mooney had found, down the back of a sofa, an air ticket the band had sent him in the US a decade before, and was prompted to renew contact.
www.czukay.de /can/publications/2.html   (1061 words)

  
  Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mooney's bizarre and (often apparently psychotic) ranting stood in contrast to the stark minimalism of the music, which was influenced particularly by garage rock, funk and psychedelic rock.
Malcolm Mooney's voice has been compared to that of James Brown and their early style, rooted in psychedelic music, drew comparisons with Pink Floyd.
Early concerts found Mooney and Suzuki often able to shock audiences with their unusual vocal styles, as different as they were from one another: Suzuki's debut performance with Can in 1970 nearly frightened an audience to the point of rioting due to his odd style of vocalizing.
www.goupstate.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Can_(band)   (2395 words)

  
 Can
Called Malcolm Mooney, he went on not to New York but to Cologne with Irmin, who had been so impressed with his hyperbolic imagination and insatiable verbosity that he's asked him to become the band's singer.
Mooney had never sung before, but he threw himself into the role with fervour, and locked the band into a positive direction.
Malcolm Mooney had found an unused airline ticket stuffed down the side of his armchair and had contacted his former sparring partners to suggest they made another record together.
www.mutelibtech.com /mute/can/canbiog.htm   (2756 words)

  
 TN043 - DAVID TYACK WITH MALCOLM MOONEY - RIP VAN WINKLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Malcolm Mooney reads the original text by Washington Irving.
Malcolm Mooney was recorded by Paul Bang in New York City and Yonkers, USA.
Malcolm thanks Paul Bang and Ma Mooney, Ty and Jackie, Andy and Dave.
www.twistednerve.co.uk /tn043   (197 words)

  
 Current Exhibition at Synagogue for the Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Malcolm R. Mooney sees the artist as having assumed an historical responsibility: the act of painting.
In the large and lively works of the Pages series, inspired by meditation, Mooney has created paintings that draw on the environment, using and transcribing the positive spirit of energy and life.
Malcolm Mooney holds a B.F.A. from Boston University and an M.F.A. from California State University at Los Angeles.
www.synagogueforthearts.org /arts/currentexhibition.shtml   (252 words)

  
 Mooney Suzuki
The Mooney Suzuki might have done just that at the legendary garage festival, Cavestomp, in 1999 when they opened for the mythic Aguilar and Co. To be absolutely fair, the CWB did something that borders on heresy in the garage world.
The Mooney Suzuki’s debut is a fine first album, but it doesn’t quite capture the sound and fury of the band on stage.
James is the blueprint for a vast majority of the Mooney Suzuki's principles and motivations.
www.furious.com /perfect/mooneysuzuki.html   (1273 words)

  
 Malcolm Mooney (Can) with Tenth Planet and Daevid Allen (Gong) with The University of Errors
I'd seen Malcolm backed by a similar group of people on a couple occasions a few years back, and always been highly satisfied with the mix of Mooney's high-energy poetic delivery, excellent improv music, and fine reinterpretations of early Can songs.
Mooney has an amazingly unique delivery style (somewhat reminiscent of Robert Calvert), and can really spit it out; he was quite mesmerising, whether subdued to whisper level or ranting aggressively.
The University of Errors obviously hadn't been doing this for as long as Tenth Planet (as previously mentioned, members of that band have backed Malcolm Mooney on numerous occasions over the last 5 years, wheras I believe this was the University's first public performance), but were still a great band for Daevid.
www.aural-innovations.com /issues/issue6/live01.html   (609 words)

  
 Can: 'Soundtracks' (1970) Music Reviews - New York - Hippyland
The vocals on this album are split between Can’s original vocalist, Malcolm Mooney, and new vocalist, Damo Suzuki.
Malcolm Mooney is the vocalist on this track, and in some parts it almost sounds like he a coughing up a hairball or something.
This was also the last song that Malcolm had recorded with Can before he had his nervous breakdown and had to depart the band in late 1969.
www.hippy.com /php/review-218.html   (767 words)

  
 Can
It is at Schloss NÀrvenich where this musicians collective establishes its first studio, operating under the name Inner Space.new member points the way: Black American sculptor Malcolm Mooney, who is visiting Irmin and Hildegard Schmidt, links up with the band, and his intuitive drive leads the musicians toward rock music.
Among those were few tracks with Malcolm Mooney, who'd left the band after one year and returned to the U.S. following a psychological breakdown.
It was there at his Outer Space Studio where in November eight years later the original 'Monster Movie' line-up got together again with their first vocalist, Malcolm Mooney, and recorded 'Rite Time', which was released in 1988.
members.tripod.com /faust71_2/can.htm   (1385 words)

  
 TrouserPress.com :: Mooney Suzuki
The Mooney Suzuki had the good fortune of forming right before three-chord garage rock tackled the American zeitgeist in late 2001, entitling them to street cred withheld from the Vines and the Strokes.
Albums haven't communicated that energy wholesale; instead, the Mooney Suzuki has used the recording studio to clue listeners in to the pop songwriting craft lurking beneath the hard rock fireworks.
The Mooney Suzuki sound like the sex hungry young men they were, barely into their 20s and no more serious than their shaggy bowl haircuts and Ray-Bans.
www.trouserpress.com /entry.php?a=mooney_suzuki   (465 words)

  
 TWISTED NERVE RECORDS - NEWS ON TOAST   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Malcolm Mooney was the original singer in Krautrock legends CAN, appearing on their 'Monster Movie' and 'Delay' albums.
Whilst in Manchester, Malcolm met Dave Tyack and was immediately impressed by his musical talent and prolificacy.
Dave recorded all of the music in Manchester, while Malcolm was recorded in New York City and Yonkers, a little further along the Hudson from where the events of the story take place.
www.twistednerve.com /mouth/55.html   (616 words)

  
 www.haroldpinter.org - W.S. Graham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Although he became one of the most original voices of the century with the publication of "Malcolm Mooney's Land" and 'Implements in Their Places,' and was equipped with a playful and comical style his audience remained a shamefully restricted one.
William Sydney Graham was born to his West of Ireland mother at "five o'clock the bright nineteenth of November nineteen eighteen." The birthplace was a Greenock tenement with the cruelly ironic address, One Hope Street.
"Malcolm Mooney's Land" (1970) and "Implements In Their Places" (1977) were both Poetry Book Society choices.
www.haroldpinter.org /poetry/poetry_graham.shtml   (1680 words)

  
 The Mooney Suzuki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Emerging in the early years of the twenty-first century, New York City, New York, USA-based the Mooney Suzuki were one of several acts on the city's underground scene to base their sound on legendary US subversives the MC5.
Taking their name from the surnames of two members of the groundbreaking experimental German outfit Can (vocalists Malcolm Mooney and Damo Suzuki), the quartet's early goal was to get signed by the acclaimed garage rock label Estrus.
Mooney Suzuki got their wish after travelling across the USA to play a show in Bellingham, Washington for Estrus head Dave Crider, who signed the band shortly thereafter.
musicstore.mymmode.com /artist.do?artistID=6072997   (230 words)

  
 Can Excerpt
Mooney had never played music, but he was a jazz and blues fan who dreamed of being a singer.
When a mystic friend told Mooney he was taking the wrong path in life, he began to grow paranoid.
Mooney, now a remedial reading teacher in New York, flew in to sing, but the resulting album, Rite Time, was anti-climactic.
www.jimdero.com /TurnOn/CanExcerpt.htm   (1621 words)

  
 David Tyack With Malcolm Mooney - Rip Van Winkle - Review - Uncut.co.uk
On Rip Van Winkle, he teams up with ex-Can singer Malcolm Mooney for a heartfelt tribute to Washington Irvine's classic short story about an idle fellow who falls into a deep sleep and wakes up to find those he once knew have passed away.
Mooney's abridged reading was recorded in Yonkers—not far from the Catskill mountains where the story was set—while Tyack's accompaniment was composed and produced in his hometown of Manchester, alongside the nine instrumentals that comprise the first half of the album.
Uncut hope he's working on his new opus somewhere, because Rip Van Winkle is a bewitching album, and a fine introduction to one of Manchester's finest young artists.
www.uncut.co.uk /music/david_tyack_with_malcolm_mooney/reviews/4994   (356 words)

  
 can - comments - malcolm mooney   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Before we actually had started recording in Schloss Norvenich, the owner had invited the most important gallerists for a Picasso exhibition I think and we were invited to contribute as a music group without a name.
There was this big staircase in the castle and Malcolm started singing "upstairs-downstairs-upstairs-downstairs..." going on for at least one hour.
As far as I can see the situation right Malcolm had left this cooking creation plant in order to stay with the artists league.
www.czukay.de /can/comments/index1.html   (361 words)

  
 Malcolm Mooney - Biography - AOL Music
After gaining some renown as a New York sculptor, he set off to hitchhike around the world, and while in Paris met the four German members of the fledgling Can, joining them in 1968.
After fronting the group on their 1969 debut Monster Movie, Mooney's volatile offstage behavior and deranged onstage performances reached their boiling point, and on the advice of his psychiatrist he left Germany in 1970 to return to the U.S., where he spent the next decades largely outside of the music business.
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music.aol.com /artist/malcolm-mooney/107009/biography   (208 words)

  
 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Soundtracks - Can at Epinions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
1970 was a transitional period for Can, since the band's first singer Malcolm Mooney was getting into a profound psychological crisis and finally decided to leave the band and to return to the United States.
Mooney's voice is very hoarse and the lyrics are soon reduced to the mere title while his voice gets weaker and weaker.
After that the album finally closes with a smooth and tender ballad with strange lyrics sung by Malcolm Mooney.
www.epinions.com /content_144442625668   (640 words)

  
 BLEEP.COM | BLEEP - SEARCH RESULTS
David Tyack with Malcolm Mooney - As he was about to descend he heard a voice from a distance
David Tyack with Malcolm Mooney - He began to doubt whether both he and the world around him were bewitched
David Tyack with Malcolm Mooney - He was naturally a thirsty soul: one taste provoked another
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 Rolling Stone : Can: Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mooney left in 1970, partway through a series of movie-music sessions, and was promptly replaced by Damo Suzuki, an itinerant freak from Japan who integrated his voice into the band's improvisations more than Mooney had.
In 1986, the original lineup of Can -- including Malcolm Mooney -- reunited for the sessions that became Rite Time, but they don't seem to have been too excited about them; the album didn't appear for almost three years.
It's identifiably Can, and not embarrassing, but the old magic is absent, and Mooney bellows away without much relevance to what the band is playing.
www.rollingstone.com /artists/can/biography   (1041 words)

  
 Malcolm Mooney - AOL Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Malcolm Mooney appears on the following original albums:.
In the autumn of 1968, they enlisted the creative, highly rhythmic, but often confrontational American vocalist Malcolm Mooney, with whom they recorded the...
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 Can Bass Tabs
This song, which features Mooney yelling what appear to be the highlights from a love letter, has been covered in abbreviated form by The Geraldine Fibbers, Thin White Rope, and others.
Mooney returned to America soon afterwards (on the advice of a psychiatrist, according to legend) and was replaced by the less overtly challenging Damo Suzuki, a Japanese traveller found busking outside a cafe.
Suzuki was a very different sort of singer from Mooney: his multi-lingual (he claimed to sing in "the language of the Stone Age"), often inscrutable vocal style (somewhat influenced by Yoko Ono) added the missing ingredient to a set of playful pop songs.
www.bassmasta.net /c/can   (285 words)

  
 sfweekly.com - Music - Hear This   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
American expatriate Malcolm Mooney, who served as the band's first lead singer, was the loose cannon.
Malcolm Mooney & the 10th Planet with the Multiplicators
Except for a brief Can reunion in the late 1980s, Mooney stayed out of music until the mid-1990s, when a renewed interest in Can brought him out of retirement.
www.sfweekly.com /Issues/2000-10-11/music/music6.html   (470 words)

  
 Profiel: Crossing Border
Zanger werd de Amerikaanse beeldhouwer Malcolm Mooney, op de vlucht voor de dienstplicht in Vietnam en even ongeremd als onervaren in de geïmproviseerde schreeuwmonologen waarin hij losbarstte.
Mooney vormde een onmisbaar onderdeel van de ritmesectie, die alleen in James Brown zijn gelijke kende als hypnotiserende human beatbox.
Toen de door schizofrene aanvallen geplaagde Malcolm Mooney op last van zijn psychiater naar de VS terugkeerde, koos Can de Japanner Damo Suzuki als nieuwe zanger nadat ze hem heupwiegend en zingend op straat hadden aangetroffen.
www.nrc.nl /W2/Lab/Profiel/Crossingborder/can.html   (1132 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Rite Time: Music: Can   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Perhaps inspired by Mooney's presence, and Czukay settled back on bass, the music contained here truly satisfies in tracks like "On The Beautiful Side Of A Romance"--where the late Karoli lets it rip--and "The Withoutlaw Man"--with its sinuous and long riff and Mooney's best vocal in the whole record.
Malcolm Mooney rejoins the group for a belated reunion (1989, long after the group disbanded, and even longer since malcolm left).
Malcolm's rough-and-funky vocals work with the badass liebeszeit beat better than ever, and the counterpoint with karoli's acid-space guitar is a joy for the ear.
www.amazon.com /Rite-Time-Can/dp/B0000067XB   (1073 words)

  
 Music Preview: Who's next? How about the Mooney Suzuki
WITH: The Mooney Suzuki, The Raveonettes, Longwave, White Light Motorcade.
was putting the Mooney Suzuki together back in early '97, he had no way of knowing a new generation was about to learn that rock 'n' roll could rock with the abandon of his favorite band, The Who.
Considering the bands they choose to emulate, it's more than just a little odd that The Mooney Suzuki is a reference to Malcolm Mooney and Damo Suzuki of Can, a German electronic group.
www.post-gazette.com /ae/20030321mooney4.asp   (1273 words)

  
 Malcolm Mooney | The Bear Rocks
The original frontman for the legendary Kraut-rock band Can, Malcolm Mooney was an American native who began singing while in high school, joining an a cappella group called the Six Fifths.
After gaining some renown as a New York sculptor, he set off to hitchhike around the world, and while in Paris met the four German members of the fledgling Can, joining them in 1968.
After fronting the group on their 1969 debut Monster Movie, Mooney's volatile offstage behavior and deranged onstage performances reached their boiling point, and on the advice of his psychiatrist he left Germany in 1970 to return to the U.S., where he spent the next decades largely outside of the music business.
www.thebearrocks.com /performer/107009/malcolm-mooney   (185 words)

  
 Browse by Label: SPOON/MUTE (UK)
"Can's debut is the only full-length, proper release to feature original vocalist Malcolm Mooney, whose free-form ranting is matched by a raw, aggressive dynamic unlike anything else in the group's canon; driving, dissonant songs like the extraordinary 'Father Cannot Yell' and 'Outside My Door' even owe a rather surprising debt to psychedelia and garage rock.
Delay 1968 features classic early recordings with Malcolm Mooney on vocals, recorded in Nörvenich, Germany in 1968-69, not released until 1981.
"A collection of cuts featuring early vocalist Malcolm Mooney, these seven songs are among the very first Can ever recorded; while nowhere near as intricate or assured as the group's later work, the visceral energy of tracks like the deranged 'Uphill' and 'Butterfly' is undeniable." -- Jason Ankeny.
www.forcedexposure.com /labels/spoon.mute.uk.html   (1203 words)

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