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Canterbury Scene

4.31 | 1875 ratings

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M. B. Zapelini
5 stars This is Caravan's most memorable album. Great tunes, great playing, wonderful cover art - in a word, perfection! I bought this album in 2003, and it gets more playing at my CD player than other recent buys. Highlights: "Winter Wine", "In the Land of Grey and Pink", and, of course, "Nigel Blows a Tune" (every prog rock epic should be as good as this one). Listen carefully to the marvellous work of Richard Sinclair, both on bass and on vocals, and, of course, the great David Sinclair (who actually plays progressive keyboards instead of adopt a "see how great I am" attitude - which is common on most keyboard players, like Rick Wakeman or Keith Emerson). And I agree with Jan: this is one of the albums I would take to a deserted island. Stop reading and buy one, if you don't have "In the Land of Grey and Pink".
M. B. Zapelini | 5/5 |


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