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THE archive release of 2002,
By A Customer
This review is from: Live at the Fairfield Halls, 1974 (Audio CD)
The year has barely started and the competition for the best archive release of 2002 is already over. Caravan's "Live at the Fairfield Halls, 1974" is one monster of a live album, a couple of seconds short of 80 minutes of sheer brilliancy from a magnificent group in the peak of its powers.
Previously available only briefly in the early 80's under the title "The Best of Caravan Live" (now complete with "Chance of a Lifetime" and the encore "Hoedown" correctly placed) this is a professionally recorded album with exceptional sound quality. The gig itself has been lauded as one of the finest Caravan performances of the period, and one can easily hear why. The set is brilliant from start to finish. Even the songs usually heard with orchestral backing ("Virgin on the Ridiculous" and "A Hunting We Shall Go") sound superb as quartet arrangements and certainly do not seem lacking in any respect.
This Caravan comes loaded with goods - don't miss out on your share!
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Initial post: 30 Mar 2010 22:03:55 BDT
JC Bernardo says:
Too bad they have forgotten the "Backwards" song from the french double vinyl LP.
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