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Canterbury Scene

3.30 | 301 ratings

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4 stars The seventh studio album of Caravan is more or less author project of Pye Hastings, who wrote and sang eight of nine songs. For this reason, it is the most pop album in the history of this band. But pop music for the Caravan is nothing in the style of contemporary bands. This music is intelligent, well marked by jazz music and produced in very high quality.

Another significant element of its sound is also the departure of David Sinclair, who was replaced on keyboards by Jan Schelhaas, former member of the Gary Moore's group. Songs like Here I am, Jack and Jill, Can You Hear Me or All The Way belong to a very high quality songs, that we can easily move to the better things of Caravan's repertoire. Important parts of this album are Geoffrey Richardson's viola and guest horn section, consisting of Jimmy Hastings.

Burbuja | 4/5 |


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