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There's such an analogue warmth to this record. It feels like sitting beside a roaring fire on a winter's afternoon. I return to Caravan most weeks because they ooze a lovely spirit mixed with restless invention This is possibly their best album, though in truth all of them are high quality adventures in progressive rock. I think it's the amplified sound of Dave Sinclair's keyboards that define them, along with an certain English whimsy.
This was released way back in 1971 and I imagine it's audience was largely in University Halls of Residence. It was critically well-received but didn't sell and that means it's quite collectible album. A first pressing on the brown and white Deram label currently commands over £100 for a clean copy. Mine here is a 2nd pressing on red and white Deram. It's booked at £40...I paid £12 for this - which given the great condition of it, is probably a bit low. CANTERBURY SCENE T-SHIRT