Caravan - Live UK Tour 1975 CD (album) cover




Canterbury Scene

3.85 | 11 ratings

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4 stars This live recording was made a few months after the band had released "Cunning Stunts" in 1975. By that time keyboard player David Sinclair had left the band and was replaced by Jan Schelhaas. It is the same line-up that would record "Blind Dog at St. Dustans" a year later.

Although this is not the most famous period of the band, live they were very good. And so is this live recording. It contains the obvious classics (For Richard, Love in Your Eye) and of course tracks from "Cunning Stunts" (The Show Of Our Live, The Dabsong Conshirtoe). The tracks are very long, so there is plenty of room for instrumental interplay. The sound quality of the recording is excellent, so I recommend this to every Caravan fan.

Agemo | 4/5 |


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