Damo Suzuki & Tree ‎– Live At The Ozen Bar, Tel Aviv

Damo Suzuki and Tree

On February 9th, 2014 I’d first ever show in Israel.
I performed with four members of Tree as sound carriers. Sound documentation of this show is now available.

Track list :
1 Untitled 5:29
2 Untitled 5:30
3 Untitled 15:04
4 Untitled 21:29
5 Untitled 5:17
6 Untitled 4:25
7 Untitled 6:33
8 Untitled 15:58

Sound Carriers :
Ben Golan : Guitar
Dor Koren : Bass
Nave Koren : Drums
Damo Suzuki : Vocal
Yair Vermouth : Organ, Piano

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Limited edition of 500 copies packaged in a heavy duty gatefold sleeve.
 On a long hot summer night in 2012 a meeting of minds happened in Liverpool, England. Damo Suzuki visited the city to play a show with MUGSTAR. 
After a flurry of e-mails Damo requested MUGSTAR not to practice or figure out any music prior to the performance, as he believed it should “Start from Zero”.
 Leaving the whole performance to be entirely improvised on the spot.
 It proved to be quite a night: the shamanic presence of the legendary Damo Suzuki immersed in the full-on, intense, sound of MUGSTAR – one of the leading bands currently exploring fresh and uncharted areas – as they forge forward through the deep space of kraut/psych.
 The music that emerged that evening moved through driving, head-spinning double wah-wah attacks, eerie ethereal passages and on to an extended motorik coda, all powered along by thunderous bass and drums.
 Damo settled in immediately, a master of his own unique art. Surging along with MUGSTAR as “sound carriers”, absorbed in the energy and atmosphere through to the shows exhausting end. It’s a great pairing.

Sound Carriers :
Damo Suzuki – Vocals
Peter Smyth – Guitar, Keyboards
Neil Murphy – Guitar
Jason Stoll – Bass
Steve Ashton – Drums

Side 1:
1. Waken to the Night
2. Subway Sound
3. Innanewah
Side 2:
4. Zero Coda

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Facebook platform of “Neverending”

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The platform opened by Francesco Di Loreto, the director of above mentioned documentation film about Damo Suzuki’s Network.

Please visit following link

“Neverending” is 80 minutes documentation film directed by Francesco Di Loreto.
There is live documentation around the world and interviews done by Damo and friends. Some times Francesco and his assistant Samantha Vecchiattini travelled together with Damo, Italy, Germany and Japan. Also this is collaborated with materials from all over the world. You might see this movie somewhere near to you in near future.
Please be informed and visit that Facebook page!

Wish you a fantastic 2015 !

Photo by M.A.S.










Hi, I didn’t contact you for quite a while.
I didn’t inform you that I’m ill.
Stayed three months in hospital for very difficult operation.
No worries hard period is gone, I’m getting everyday better,
So, I had to cancel scheduled shows.
I don’t know when I’m able to back on the road again where I feel most comfortable.
I might don’t see you for long time.
But, I’ll back.
Wish you every good thing come and happen and make you happy in year 2015!

Feel Free Energy!
Damo Suzuki //

Stefan Krachten (July 16, 1958 – September 14, 2014 )


When I heard pass of Stefan Krachten, I myself was in coma for weeks.
I feel sad that I couldn’t show up for his last.
He left us on September 14th 2014.

Stefan Krachten was one of young musician who brought me back to make music again in 1983 after my first cancer operation.
He, the drummer invited me to join Dunkelziffer.
We played three years together, released 2 Vinyls, a single and a compact vinyl, also later a live CD.

Stefan and Damo in Dunkelziffer Period

Stefan and Damo in Dunkelziffer Period

Stefan with the Unknown Cases

Stefan with Trans Club

Stefan with Walk of the Elephants

Stefan with Trans Groove

Stefan with Goldman

We had many good times together.
Before he passed he played in Blue Shell, Cologne, I had opportunity to see him with Goldman around a few months ago.
He was long time not healable ill and last years most of times he had to spend on his bed wasn’t mobile.
Still he wasn’t weak, performed sometimes and produced his own and other artist recordings.

Stefan forever.
Sincere Condolences to his family and his loved ones.

Damo Suzuki / January 2015