- Audio CD (5 Sept. 2011)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Original recording reissued
- Label: Wienerworld
- ASIN: B005FQH7L4
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 157,212 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Overall it is a refreshing CD with a hints of the sixties, jazz and rock with a smattering of classical tones, but just incase you start to feel sleepy, bars of jazz wake you up. Get to a concert if you can. It is worth it, but until then, buy the CD. It is a real treat.
So having bought some of the re-releases I thought I'd go for the new one. It's an album I'd recommend strongly to anyone who likes Caravan. It's a very fine album with some stunning guitar from Doug Boyle. It's a delight to hear soloing that flows along with the music. I'd forgotten that's one of the things Caravan do really well !
Some great inmstrumental sections with superb guitar work that is very reminiscent of later Camel.
I wasnt expecting much to be honest.
Most bands have a "golden" period that they never recapture.
This isnt Caravan trying to relive their early days, but it has elements of that, along with elements of the former bands of some of the players.
All in all a very decent effort.
If you like Camel and the more instrumental early Caravan you will find much in this CD to enjoy.
Buy this record - if you're already into Caravan you'll love it. If you're just coming across them this is a quality band who have truly stood the test of time - and for all the right reasons! Why this band is not recognised alongside other rock greats I 'll never know.
All old fans will, I believe like what they hear, most certainly on the slower songs where the lyrics have always made there impacted. But age has also played a part in the songs, were you can hear that there is a little of the "going through the motions" takes place.
I do not say this easy, as they are very much a must have band of the late sixties / early seventies, but time plays its little tricks on all of us. There is better new music out there, but we had to have these kind of bands to keep it going.
I have to say that the more listens one has, one may think this is as good as the old Caravan, but although not, they may just have moved on, which is great for a seventies band, as most become boring. The song construction may not me as strong, but that matters not too much, this is a darn good album.
Carry on there is still more to say.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
saw them in Glasgow a few weeks ago. I've followed them since the very early 70s and they are still great, bought the Paradise Filter album at the concert then saw this on the net. Read morePublished 21 months ago by john grant milner
Caravans' output over the last 30 years has been somewhat sporadic, but always worth the wait! This latest installment does not disappoint. Read morePublished on 14 Jun. 2012 by Lord Canterbury
This is undoubtedly the best new Caravan album for years. It is easily the equal of the very strong 1976 effort: `Blind Dog at St. Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2010 by paul-crampton
This one of the best of the Caravan works and its a great in the car or at home discs.
Pye is great (first saw him perform in 1971) and the whole band is really together... Read more