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Damo Suzuki's Network - Tokyo On Air West 30.04.97 album download
Psychedelic Rock, Experimental
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    Tokyo On Air West 30.04.97
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    Psychedelic Rock, Experimental
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Damo Suzuki was born Kenji Suzuki in the outskirts of Tokyo in 1950. Leaving home one day after his 18th birthday to travel to Europe, Damo recently told Mojo magazine that his original plan was to become a cartoonist, someone who draws comics. Arriving in Sweden, he busked around Europe and earned money as a pavement artist, before settling in Munich in 1970 to appear in the musical Hair for 3 months.

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In I Am Damo Suzuki, Kenji Damo Suzuki and co-author Paul Woods illuminate a life in music driven by the principle of randomness. The book spans the influence of Western music on Suzuki growing up in post-Second World War Japan, his rejection of national traditions and a lifelong journey of exploration. After his hippie-influenced beginnings as a provocative street musician, Suzuki's story took an unlikely turn after a chance recruitment into Can, one of the most innovative bands of the 1970s. Suzuki was born in the outskirts of Tokyo in 1950. Leaving home after his 18th birthday to travel to Europe, his plan was to become a cartoonist.