Remix

Jaki Liebezeit - Can DVD album art Can Below This Level Can - Can DVD (Comp) Spoon Records, Mute USA & Canada 2003 Sell This Version

Vocals

Jaki Liebezeit - Flow Motion album art Can I Want More and 1 more… Can - Flow Motion (Album) Virgin New Zealand 1976 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Saw Delight album art Can Can - Saw Delight (Album) Harvest, EMI Electrola UK 1977 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Full Circle album art Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit Holger Czukay, Jah Wobble, Jaki Liebezeit - Full Circle (Album) Virgin, Virgin Japan 1982 Sell This Version
SPOON 018/19 Jaki Liebezeit - Filmmusik Vol. 3 & 4 album art Irmin Schmidt Fürst Von Atlantis and 1 more… Irmin Schmidt - Filmmusik Vol. 3 & 4(2xLP) Spoon Records SPOON 018/19 Germany 1983 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Anthology - 25 Years album art Can Can - Anthology - 25 Years (Comp) Spoon Records Germany 1994 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - I Want More album art Can ...And More and 1 more… Can - I Want More (Single) Spoon Records, Spoon Records, The Grey Area UK 1976 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Der Osten Ist Rot / Rome Remains Rome album art Holger Czukay Holger Czukay - Der Osten Ist Rot / Rome Remains Rome (Comp) P-Vine Records, Grönland Records UK 2014 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - The Singles album art Can Can - The Singles (Comp) Spoon Records UK & Europe 2017 Sell This Version

Instruments & Performance

MLP 15021 Jaki Liebezeit - Deutsches Amateur-Jazz-Festival '58 Düsseldorf album art Various Taps Miller (as Hans Liebezeit) Various - Deutsches Amateur-Jazz-Festival '58 Düsseldorf(LP, Album) Metronome MLP 15021 Germany 1959 Sell This Version
ams-studio 15012, 15012 Jaki Liebezeit - Und Erbarmt Sich Seiner Elenden album art Peter Janssens Peter Janssens - Und Erbarmt Sich Seiner Elenden(7") Schwann Musica Sacra, Schwann AMS Studio ams-studio 15012, 15012 Germany 1965 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Voices album art Manfred Schoof Quintett* Manfred Schoof Quintett* - Voices (Album) CBS Germany 1966 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Manfred Schoof Sextett album art Manfred Schoof Sextett Manfred Schoof Sextett - Manfred Schoof Sextett (Album) Wergo, Wergo Germany 1967 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Jazz 66 album art Various Blues For T. M. (as J. Liebezeit) Various - Jazz 66 Supraphon Czechoslovakia 1967 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Die Befristeten / Improvisationen Über Die Oper "Die Soldaten" / Tratto album art Bernd Alois Zimmermann Die Soldaten and 1 more… Bernd Alois Zimmermann - Die Befristeten / Improvisationen Über Die Oper "Die Soldaten" / Tratto (Album) Wergo Canada 1967 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Globe Unity album art Alexander von Schlippenbach Sun (as Jackie Liebezeit) Alexander von Schlippenbach - Globe Unity (Album) SABA Germany 1967 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Monster Movie album art The Can* The Can* - Monster Movie (Album) Music Factory (20) Germany 1969 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Electric Rock (Idee 2000) album art Various Thief (as Jackie Liebezeit) Various - Electric Rock (Idee 2000) (Comp) Liberty, United Artists Records Germany 1970 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Soundtracks album art Can Can - Soundtracks (Album) Liberty Germany 1970 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Tago Mago album art Can Can - Tago Mago (Album) United Artists Records UK 1971 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Ege Bamyasi album art Can Can - Ege Bamyasi (Album) United Artists Records UK 1972 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Future Days album art Can Can - Future Days (Album) United Artists Records France 1973 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Soon Over Babaluma album art Can Can - Soon Over Babaluma (Album) United Artists Records Germany 1974 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - The Classic German Rock Scene album art Can Can - The Classic German Rock Scene (Comp) United Artists Records, United Artists Records, United Artists Records Germany 1975 Sell This Version
Jaki Liebezeit - Landed album art Can Can - Landed (Album) HÖR ZU, EMI Electrola Spain 1975 Sell This Version

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Arizur

Arizur

April 24, 2020
edited 2 months ago
Legends and Facts
Sorry guys, Jaki was a great drummer, yeah. But he's overrated. Surprisingly, it has to do with Holger Czukay. He, who mixed the legendary Can-albums Tago Mago & Ege Bamyasi partly with tape looping technique, has heavily contributed to make Jaki a legend. But listen to what is already happening in the last phase of Can (in the new studio): Jaki suddenly hardly plays these driving, hypnotic rhythms anymore (maybe the last time he played in 'November' on 'Out of Reach') but limits himself to his reduced, snare-emphasized playing, with an extremely dry sound and keeps it from the 80s until his death, without growing big, even to get rid of the bassdrum and hi-hat at the end. I don't know about you guys, but that's exactly why I was fed up with the duos with Friedmann, for example. Admittedly, there were always funky exceptions (e.g. 'Drums & Club of Chaos') and interesting projects where Jaki appears (e.g. MIR), but he never found his way back to those hypnotic rhythms that established his legendary reputation - for the simple reason that they were not really his merit. How Holger ''celebrates" Jaki in the studio, can be seen quite well in the Can-Rockpalast concert of 1970, for example. As far as I can remember, Holger recorded the drums with only three microphones in the days of the Innerspace-Studio and remixed it so ingeniously, as if half an orchestra came along... that's exactly how the hammer track 'Hallelujah' sounds! Of course, all members are measured on CAN after the split; in my opinion, no one's projects have reached the density and complexity of that time. Finally, it is impossible to overlook the uniqueness of Holger Czukay, who has shown the greatest and most original creative will. All the others - including Jaki - got stuck somewhere in midfield.

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