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Caravan - Blind Dog At St. Dunstans CD (album) cover




Canterbury Scene

3.30 | 302 ratings

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Blind Camel
5 stars This is one of my favorite prog albums. Caravan seemingly achieves the perfect medium between jazz, prog, and pop with BLIND DOG AT ST DUNSTANS. Caravan uses keyboard, moog, flute, sax, clarinet, and VIOLA! on this record and fuses these beautiful sounds with memorable melodies and vocals by PYE HASTINGS. this album is incredible and VERY UNDERRATED. some standout tracks include:

"Here Am I" - which has a powerful intro and incredible solos.

"Chiefs and Indians" - starts out slow, then bursts into a funky breakdown, one of my favorite songs, with a beautiful mellow ending.

i wont go into detail on everysong, but every song on this CD is awesome, and has a great fun pop/prog sound to it, while still putting on a technically impressive show. DONT BE FOOLED BY THE RATINGS, THIS IS ESSENTIAL CARAVAN! gotta be one of my top 5 favorite prog albums of all time. (diamond in the rough imo...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)

Blind Camel | 5/5 |


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