Can: Out of Reach 12"

Synergy Records


One of its less critically praised works, Can's OUT OF REACH is nonetheless a versatile and rewarding entry in this seminal band's catalogue. By the time of the album's release in 1978, Can had added former Traffic members Rosko Gee and Rebop Kwaku Baah to their lineup and had begun incorporating streamlined disco rhythms and African percussion into their already eclectic sound. The polyrhythmic funk of "Pauper's Daughter and I" and the freeform percussion assault of "One More Day" are particular highlights.
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