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4 stars This album really deserves 4.5 stars. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to get into the Canterbury Scene. One of Caravan's finest.

If I Could Do It All Over Again I'd Do It All Over You - This is a light and jazzy song, with an interesting beat with the overlapping vocals.

And I Wish I Were Stoned/Don't Worry - This is one of my favorite songs on the album. It is quite catchy, especially the chorus. It is a simple but relaxing tune.

As I Feel I Die - The song starts out slow and reminiscent of the Beatles song She's Leaving Home. It speeds up into a jazz rock track. The drums are very good on this song.

With An Ear To The Ground You Can Make It/Martinian/Only Cox/Reprise - The keyboards on this track are great. It's not a very memorable track though.

Hello Hello - The rhythm section gets an applause on this track. The harmonies are very nice too.

Asforteri 25 - The background melody in this song combined with the vocals makes it a pleasant short track.

Can't Be Long Now/Francoise/For Richard/Warlock - The beginning is a great flute melody. Then, at a faster tempo, there's the classic Canterbury jazzy sound with organ and guitar. The sax solo is also amazing. When the flute comes back in, it is an excellent combination. For the last part of the track, it's back to the standard Caravan jazz rock.

Limits - A nice little ending track with some flute. Nothing extraordinary, but it's alright.

YesFan72 | 4/5 |


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