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Damo Suzuki
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    (January 16, 1950- )
    Born in Japan
    Given name is Kenji Suzuki
    Lead vocalist for Can (1970-1973)
    Leader of Damo Suzuki's Network (1983-)
    Recorded 'Soundtracks,' 'Tago Mago,' 'Ege Bamyasi,' and 'Future Days' with Can
    Recorded 'Seattle,' 'Odyssey,' and 'Metaphysical Transfer' with Damo Suzuki's Network
    He is a former street musician.
    He is a pothead.
    He left Can in 1973 to become a Jehovah's Witness.
    His interviews can be kind of loopy.
    He improvises his lyrics and vocal performances.
    He returned to music in 1983.
    The Fall recorded a tribute to him, titled 'I Am Damo Suzuki.'
    He was a member of Can during its most acclaimed period.
    A band called the Mooney Suzuki took their name from him and Can's first vocalist, Malcolm Mooney.
    His later project, Damo Suzuki's Network, was a collective of local musicians he performed with around the world.
    The band Dudes of Neptune paid tribute to him by titling their album 'Jamming for Damo.'
    He is much easier on the ears than a certain other well-known Japanese vocalist.

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