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CARAVAN

Caravan

 

Canterbury Scene

3.67 | 360 ratings

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brianjwright62
5 stars Being a lover of the Canterbury sound, I give this the obligatory 5 stars. While most critics point to In The Land Of Grey And Pink or For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night as the group's best recordings, this debut has a helluva lot going for it. The first two tunes, "Place Of My Own" and "Ride" are classic psych-pop songs and set the tone for the rest of the album. I had many opportunities to purchase Caravan albums during my tour in Germany in the early/mid eighties (I looked at their albums repeatedly but always ended up purchasing something else) and am sorry it took almost twenty more years to finally hear this classic music. Caravan is another prog rock group inexplicably passed over by America in their heyday. If you love the music of the late 60's, get some of this and don't let them pass you by again!
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