Caravan - In The Land Of Grey And Pink CD (album) cover




Canterbury Scene

4.27 | 1307 ratings

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Jake E.
4 stars Golf girl starts this one of real mellow, vocals fit perfectly in the music, horns, piano, drums, organ, flute. When I first heard this album I was mindblown, especially the first song Golf Girl. Next comes Winter Wine which is also great singing, complexity, and drumming. Love To Love You is the third number and is the most catchiest one of the bunch, once again a flute solo by Jimmy Hastings which leads us to The Land Of Grey And Pink, which is the most Rockish with a beautiful piano solo by David Sinclair, includes nice bass work by Richard Sinclair, and a nice organ solo towards the end, this song tells a great fun story with references to smoking marijuana, but then again it was 1971...after listening to side one you will feel Nine Feet Underground, obviously the masterpeice on this album, capturing a prime example of what the Canterbury Collective was all about.
Jake E. | 4/5 |


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