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Saw Delight

Saw Delight
Studio album by Can
Released March 1977
Recorded January 1977
Genre Krautrock
Length 37:29
Label Harvest, Virgin
Producer Can
Can chronology
Flow Motion
(1976)
Saw Delight
(1977)
Out of Reach
(1978)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Saw Delight is the ninth Can studio album, and features two new band members who were ex-members of the band Traffic, with Can's bassist Holger Czukay giving up the bass in favour of experimental effects.

The music itself works as an attempt at world music with the extra percussion adding to this vibe, and precedes the mid-1980s world music trend set by artists such as Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel.

It was made as a binaural recording.[2]

Track listing

Side one
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Don't Say No"   Peter Gilmour Czukay/Schmidt/Liebezeit/Karoli/Gee 6:36
2. "Sunshine Day and Night"   instrumental Czukay/Schmidt/Liebezeit/Karoli/Gee 5:52
3. "Call Me"   Rosko Gee Czukay/Schmidt/Liebezeit/Karoli/Gee 5:51
Side two
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Animal Waves"   instrumental Czukay/Schmidt/Liebezeit/Karoli/Gee 15:29
2. "Fly by Night"   Peter Gilmour Czukay/Schmidt/Liebezeit/Karoli/Gee 4:08

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Mason, Stewart. > Review"Saw Delight"Can: at AllMusic. Retrieved 2 November 2011.
  2. ^ Saw Delight (CD back cover).  


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