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Canterbury Scene

3.77 | 650 ratings

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4 stars Probably not one of the greatest albums in Caravan's discography but still a very well done work. After the two well-diserved-five-stars previous albums ("If I could do it all over again" and "In the land of grey and pink") anybody would expect their following album would be equally great, but I feel they couldn't get that level neither in "Waterloo Lily" nor in any of their following albums.

It's not a bad album, that needs to be clear, in fact is one of my all time favourites, not one of my 100 favourites, maybe, but still I do believe it's a great work.

The opening song defends their classic sound. The album starts very well, the following songs are great too, but they don't catch the listener to really fall in love with them (at least not to me).

When the album ends I feel satisfied, because (I insist) it is a good album, but I can't feel the same magic that I always get with other Caravan albums.

Four stars...

YourJefa | 4/5 |


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