Live Footage: Sean Noonan Pavees Dance featuring Mooney/Tacuma/Buerger

Live Footage: Sean Noonan Pavees Dance featuring Mooney/Tacuma/Buerger\"/prednisone\

Described as a fermentation of Afro-Celtic Punk Jazz, Pavees Dance wanders through an all
new array of Sean Noonan compositions brewed in a wide spectrum of poetry by Malcolm
Mooney from his earlier years with CAN to the present.
Noonan describes himself as an “Irish griot”, one who collects tales, legends, and life stories
over the course of his journeys and transforms them into the raw material, not only from
drumming, but in all of his music. Together with Norbert Buerger, his alter ego, and
Jamaaladeen Tacuma, mutant bassist from Ornette Coleman’s Primetime, they track down
Malcolm Mooney, the original Can singer (back to “Monster Movie”). The latter remains
famous for having been the shooting-star voice, half Soul, half psychedelic, of one of the
more influential experimental Rock bands in History. If it wasn’t for a few cameo appearances
on stage, Mooney has devoted himself to poetry, sculpture and teaching for forty years. His
return is one of many beautiful gifts the “Irish griot” gives us.
Pavees Dance make available to the public a pre-release limited edition CD Picture Book
“There’s Always the Night” that feature 6 New Songs and 14 new art works by Mooney in
an collectors item lyric CD book. You can pre-order at:


One thought on “Live Footage: Sean Noonan Pavees Dance featuring Mooney/Tacuma/Buerger

  • August 21, 2018 at 12:37 am

    Great stuff.
    Works 100% better live like here on the Screen.
    Go for it!


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