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1. If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
2. Medley: And I Wish I Were Stoned/Don't Worry
3. As I Feel I Die
4. Medley: With an Ear to the Ground You Can Make It/Martinian/Only Cox/Reprise
5. Hello Hello
6. Asforteri
7. Medley: Can't Be Long Now/Francoise/For Richard/Warlock
8. Limits
9. A Day in the Life of Maurice Haylett
10. Why? (And I Wish I Were Stoned)
11. Clipping the 8th (Hello Hello)
12. As I Feel I Die

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a wonderful and pleasant journey 22 Mar. 2008
By B. E Jackson - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Wow, Caravan's "If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You" album is really good. An album that really never got the appreciation it deserves, whether from progressive rock fans back in the 70's or just rock fans in general- it's an overlooked gem.

People tend to believe Caravan only had one good album (the follow up to this one) but that's really not true. I guess the band was bigger in other places in the world, but here in America they never caught on and became big.

While most of the songs honestly sound quite similar to one another, it's such a pleasant sound, with beautiful and melodic vocals, keyboards, guitars, flutes (LOTS of flute passages) and drums (that resemble Phil Collins from the Foxtrot album) and extremely heavy bass dominating the entire thing for the most part. Sometimes a few saxophone jams can be heard, but they don't happen as much as I originally thought they would judging by the reviews. The sound Caravan is going for on this album honestly isn't much different from their biggest album, "In the Land of Grey and Pink".

If you like that album, well, you'll probably either consider this album more of the same kind of pleasant prog rock, or basically the same thing with less enjoyable results. Either way, the album rules, and what makes Caravan so unique is how they work for just about anyone- if you like other prog bands such as King Crimson, Genesis or Camel, you'll like this album. If you like pop bands such as the Beatles or Brian Eno, you'll like this album. If you like jam bands (the Allman Brothers or Frank Zappa's "Hot Rats") you'll like this album. There's something here for everyone.

My version came with a bonus track called "A Day In The Life of Maurice Haylett" which is a pretty good song mostly focusing on a three minute jam, but not the highlight of the disc. The regular songs are probably better in my opinion. Please buy this great album.
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