in Hard Rock Can – Vitamin C December 29, 2009, 9:20 am 2k Views 32 Comments Performed live, 1972 Can – Vitamin C source Vitamin See more Previous article Jane – Daytime 1972 Next article Busting Out for Rosie by Tommy Bolin 32 Comments Leave a Reply god bless jaki leibzit Reply unfortunately invented madchester Reply A drummer ahead of his time…. Reply Sounds nothing like the original Reply i'm so happy to be born in 1972 while this song and band was around Reply Preacher brought me here. Reply Yeah they were def on something here….lol Reply Adam Beyer bring me here Reply I bet that acid was top notch Reply Don’t know why I love this song so much, but I do. Reply Awesome! Reply Stephen Morris from New Order brought me here. Reply What happened to German music? Reply I love it Reply You can't taste the LSD in this cut Reply Can brought me here…but also Mark E Smith Reply From my hometown Cologne… 😊 Reply why does he keep his eyes closed? Reply Jaki was not human. Reply Well, good year, in 1971 they couldn't afford shirts. Reply Sublime and beautiful…!!☮☮☮ Reply I just feel like dancing and making faces Reply I'm glad he cut his hair so that we can see the real Damo Suzuki. Reply Fool became Jehovah's witness Reply Go Damo go Reply A fat fruit seller just turned my dad into water Reply Type into Google: "What is scurvy?" Reply The use of synth was too awesome and sounded like a video game song. Reply Jaki Liebezeit is the greatest drummer of all time. Reply This is so good ,energitic.Hypnotic .,psyhodelicHolger is master,but Damo is Shaman in trance.I love Can foreverBest bend from Germany..Never bored,always something new..Again,again…Malcom,Damo,Holger,Irmin,Jacky.,Michael …..better than James Brown,P,Floyd….. Reply thank god holgar did not have his shirt off here as in some other live can performances. Reply God my body is starting to melt into goo!? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!