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IF I COULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN, I'D DO IT ALL OVER YOU

Caravan

 

Canterbury Scene

4.24 | 669 ratings

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DrömmarenAdrian
4 stars Thank you Caravan for you fantastic music, weird but just a little, mostly amazing and very nice. What I like so much is the bright feeling and the happy distinct guitar. This is the third record I acquire and it gets my thumbs up. Caravan is such a prog band even not-proggers can enjoy beacuse of its nice bright melodies but they were also very obscure, far away from top hits and rock star levels.

My favourite tracks here is: "And I wish I were stoned don't worry", "As I feel I die" and "Cant belong now/Francoise/For Richard/Warlock". I think these tracks show us real magic and a perfect harmony between obsession, virtuosity and love. What they could have developed and what they had done on their next album was strong melodies that carry the music forwards. On this plate the feeling of jams is something annoying. But this is undeniably feel-good music for every prog lover. For me this record is a 8/10 or even a 9/10 but not a masterpiece. Caravans music shows the world what you can do if your music mind is open for take rock music to another level. Also I think this is the band that fits the genre Canterbury best. It's not symphonic, not space-shit, not folk, not metal and not too experimental but little jazzy, soft avante-garde and has a bunch of crossover tendencies.

DrömmarenAdrian | 4/5 |

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