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Canterbury Scene

4.30 | 1829 ratings

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4 stars In the Land of Grey and Pink- This is a very energetic album with great instrumentation and catchy lyrics. Caravan writes humorous lyrics and catchy little folk tunes on this album wich really compliment the overall concept of this album. People have been putting this album down for having meaningless lyrics. Well who really cares! Not every band is going to rival Jethro Tull in the lyric department but you can still enjoy the album for what it is and not what it isn't. For making music that is catchy and humorous I am going to give in the Land of Grey and Pink 5 stars. Nine Feet Underground is an epic song that stays fresh from start to finish and contains some great keys from David Sinclair. Winter Wine is a cool acoustic song that contains some strange but fun lyrics. I friggin love Golf Girl for its English charm and even stereotypes. Playing golf and drinking tea eh? Great stuff. This is a classic prog album from a lesser known band during the 70s. if you want to listen to some happy music instead of the other depressing albums of the prog scene then check out In the Land of Grey and Pink by Caravan.
Buckethead1 | 4/5 |


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