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HR - Keep Out Of Reach

HR - Keep Out Of Reach
  • Performer HR
  • Title Keep Out Of Reach
  • Country US
  • Label SST Records
  • Catalog number SST CD 177
  • Other formats CD, Mini, Single
  • Genre Other
  • Size MP3 1932 mb
  • Size FLAC 1775 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 422

Tracklist

1Power Of Trinity
Mixed By – David Byers, Earl Hudson, Kenny Dread
2Keep Out Of Reach (Version)
3Keep Out Of Reach
Mixed By – David Byers

Credits

  • Bass [Bass Guitar]Judah II
  • Engineer [Engineered By]Jeff Jeffry, Jim Ebert, John Biehl
  • Guitar [Gits]David Byers, Kenny Dread
  • Guitar [Gits], Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Gits]Mark Riffle, Tiko
  • PercussionEarl Hudson
  • Producer [Produced By]David Byers
  • Production Manager [Production Assistance]Joseph I, Kenny Dread
  • Vocals [Larynx Vibrations]Joseph I

Notes

Originally released by Olive Tree Records, 1984.

Recorded at Cue Recordings, Falls Church, VA, Spring '85.

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Cesstone Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SST Records
  • Recorded At – Cue Recording Studios

Album

Tapes '84-'86: It's About Luv, Keep out of Reach - H. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Keep Out Of Reach - H. Keep Out Of Reach dub version 11. Power Of The Trinity. George Harrison Greatest Hits Full Album Best Songs of George Harrison HQ - Продолжительность: 2:10:39 Frederick Benavides Recommended for you. HR Band Woodbury 2805 of Reach is the ninth 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. Czukay left the band during the recording. An epic - downright metal-sounding, even - single, Keep out of Reach slots in neatly aside Bad Brains' I Against I in its slightly more mainstream but still pretty strong punch. The title track itself appears in two versions, the main one mixing hints of reggae into the music, but mostly keeping that atmosphere with H. s fine singing voice. Calmer dub beats slot alongside some soaring guitar, especially toward the suddenly all-the-more-anthemic ending, and the whole is a pleasant listen indeed. Album 1988 11 Songs. Keep Out of Reach Dub. Power of the Trinity. 11 Songs, 34 Minutes. Released 1988. 1988 SST Records. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 10 out of 11 tracks have been rated. Sort by. Track Number. 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. They'd dabbled with dance rhythms for a little while by 1978, but Out of Reach finds them going deep into Latin disco rock territory. Now, understand something here: if someone described a band as Can doing Latin disco rock, I'd normally be all over it. The fact that these masters of space and precision decided to explore genres known for thick layers and elasticity is a beautiful thing. HR goes off like a Lion at the end of Keep Out of Reach the song and you HAVE to hear it - prolly the most intense event in rock history, for me at least. It's About Luv is one of those awesome songs that you just have to hear on a beautiful day. And if it's not-so-beautiful outside, you can throw it on anyway and turn that day around. The 84-86 Tapes album is a perfect example of HR's reggae side. To really get a feel for his historic punk influence, you have to pick up Bad Brains, Alive album. You have to at least hear them to understand. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Keep Out Of Reach - Version. Play track. Love this track. Human Rights born February 11, 1956 in London, England is the stage name of Paul D. Hudson, the lead singer of the influential hardcore punk band Bad Brains. Often, in conflict with the other members of the group throughout the 1980s, H. would leave the band periodically and record solo albums which were more mellow reggae than Bad Brains' usual offerings. Though reggae is the main focus on H. s solo material, rock and other musical genres are explored as well