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Canterbury Scene

4.30 | 1819 ratings

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3 stars As much as I do like the overall sound, mood and feel of the Canterbury scene, I just don't like this album very much. To me, it lacks the true creativity and virtuosity that I like to see in prog rock. And it's a shame, because I know that Caravan can do better. Take their previous album, "If I Could Do It Over Again, I'd Do It Over You" - this is in my opinion a much more interesting and worthwhile work. Or even the longest track on this album - "Nine Feet Underground". This features some great moments. The overall vibe of this track could take up the whole album - I would be grateful. Instead, Caravan went with (in my opinion) pointless songs like "Golf Girl". It's not a bad song, don't get me wrong, but I think it is very inadequate and is not the best presentation of what the band were capable of doing. Sad, but with this thought I send you to their previous album, which is superior to this one. 3 stars!
ALotOfBottle | 3/5 |


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