Caravan & The New Symphonia
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1 in stock
Rarity Scale: Very Rare
A beautiful live performance with the typical sound of Caravan combined with the greatness of a complete orchstra.
The vinyl itself is a lovely near mint piece. It plays loud and clear with only minimal crackle at the beginning and ending of both sides (pressing). Deram pressings are famous for it’s lovely pressing quality in this period. The vinyl makes no exception. Both labels are clean with only a few spindle marks. The vinyl is glossy.
The fragile front laminated single sleeve is EX-. There are some minor half moon creases at the front near the opening. The corners are ok but not really sharp to make it an EX+. There is some lamination lift near the spine. The spine itself is perfect. The un-laminated back of the sleeve shows some ring wear and one crease down left. The opening of the sleeve is OK. The record comes with it’s correct dated original inner sleeve.
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On this very affordable Deram album you can hear the typical “Caravan” sound combined with a talented orchestra. It’s a live performance done on October 28th 1973. The great voice of singers Pye Hastings and John Perry combined with amazing 12-string electric guitar work and electric piano work brings the true Caravan spirit to life on this album.
Caravan is a well known band in the UK progressive rock from the late 60’s and 70’s. They are part of the legendary “Canterbury scene”. There first album is a holy grail and consists a late 60’s psychedelic sounds. There second album already brings there own sound. To our ears there third album “In The Land Of The Grey And Pink” from 1971 is there very best. This album became a true Canterbury classic.
This live album is there 6th release and was released in 1974. It went out to be there last album on the legendary Deram label.