Can - Out Of Reach download album
Out of Reach is the tenth studio album by the German krautrock band Can, released as an LP in 1978 on Harvest Records. The band's previous album Saw Delight was the first to include former Traffic members Rosko Gee and Rebop Kwaku Baah. Founding bassist and producer Holger Czukay was reduced to the position of making electronic sounds as Gee took over the bass duties.
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Out Of Reach is a music studio album recording by CAN (e Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. In the end the title of the album proved to be more than a little prophetic, to the point where the band itself has long since disowned it. Spoon Records, the CAN parent company, is currently on a four-year schedule to re-master every album the band ever released, from their 1969 debut "Monster Movie" to the 1989 reunion "Rite Time", with the notable exception of this one. I've always had a soft spot of sympathy for it: the lost Little Match Girl of the greater CAN discography.
Out of Reach Tracklist. 1. Serpentine Lyrics.
Out of Reach, from 1978, failed to make the cut. For 25 years, whenever this record has been reissued, it's been as a questionable semi-bootleg mastered from vinyl, and never endorsed by the band. Apparently, Can want to keep this one under rug swept. How bad can it be? It's not a total loss. In fact, from one perspective, Out of Reach is an inspiration. Knowing that the godlike musical force that recorded the Tago Mago - Ege Bamyasi - Future Days troika could, only a few short years later, sink to this level of awfulness makes anything seem possible. Perhaps our lives are.
All but unknown to most but the most hardcore Can fanatics, 1978's Out of Reach is one of the group's rarest albums. This is due in large part to the fact that bassist Holger Czukay left the band before the recording sessions, and drummer Jaki Liebezeit has a greatly reduced role, leaving most of the rhythm duties to ately Reebop Kwaku Baah. As a result, many fans don't consider this a true Can album. They have a point, and there's no doubt that this is not one of Can's better albums. However, it's not an album to be dismissed outright.
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Album Name Out of Reach. Released date July 1978. Labels Harvest Records. Music StyleKrautrock. Members owning this album1. 2. Pauper's Daughter and I.
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