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Caravan - Blind Dog At St. Dunstans CD (album) cover




Canterbury Scene

3.30 | 302 ratings

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Easy Livin
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2 stars John Wayne comes to the rescue again!

Not one of Caravan's best by any means, most of the tracks being Caravan by the numbers. It is however saved by the excellent final track, "All the way (with John Wayne's single handed liberation of Paris)". This is a laid back nine minute piece, with a lengthy ending refrain, and a beautiful melody.

I love the music of Caravan, but for me the rest of the tracks are pretty forgettable, being sub-standard soft/jazz rock tracks with little in the way of inspiration.

St. Dunstan's by the way is a home for blind people in the south east of Great Britain, hence the (play on words) title. The LP has a clever cartoon on the cover with plenty of dog related puns, this of course is completely lost on the miniaturised CD version.

Easy Livin | 2/5 |


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