The Album is an album released in 1980 by Caravan. It was recorded at Farmyard Studios, Little Chalfont, Bucks. Side one. Side two. Bonus tracks on Eclectic remaster (2004). Pye Hastings – vocals, guitar. Geoff Richardson – guitar, viola, flute, vocals. Dek Messecar – bass guitar, vocals. Richard Coughlan – drums. Additional personnel. Stephen W. Tayler – engineer, mixing. Ian Morais – engineer, mixing.
Caravan is the debut album by the British Canterbury scene progressive rock band Caravan. It was released in October 1968. The album was the result of the band borrowing equipment from Soft Machine (who were touring the . at the time with Jimi Hendrix and using his backline), producing "an unusually mature musical statement". The album was released in stereo and mono, in both the United States and United Kingdom, but failed to reach chart hit status.
I would not say that The Album is a significant drop down from the level of 1977 - the only difference is that here, there is not even a single superficial attempt to retain the progressive legacy of classic Caravan, but then, this is not necessarily a bad thing: from a certain point of view, it makes them more honest about what they are. trying to do. The problem is that Caravan as a bona fide pop band, with no additional ambition, is a suicidal proposal - they never had the cockiness, the energy, the great guitar tones, the vivaciousness that should go along with a great pop band
The Album is unfortunately another below average album by Caravan and itīs hard not to get the thought that they really didnīt have much more to offer to the world of music at this point in their career. I must say that I had expected much more from the band after a three year recording break. Caravan entered the 80's with this Disco-infected Pop Rock album, simply titled The Album. The first two tracks are upbeat, simple Pop-Disco tunes that feel void of inspiration, but with Watcha Gonna Tell Me there is at least some first indication that they still had at least some progressive aspirations.
The Album is an album released in 1980 by Caravan. It was recorded at Farmyard Studios, Little Chalfont, Bucks Contents. In the Land of Grey and Pink is the third album by English progressive rock band Caravan, released in April 1971 on Deram Records. It was produced by David Hitchcock and was the last album to feature the original lineup of Richard Coughlan, Pye Hastings, Richard Sinclair and Dave Sinclair unti. mage: Land Of Gray And Pink. Waterloo Lily is a 1972 released album by Caravan on the Deram label. The track "The Love in Your Eye" has been featured as a Caravan live track for many years. Waterloo Lily is the only album by Caravan with Steve Miller as the keyboard.
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Album Name The Album. Labels Eclectic Discs. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album5.
Released in 1980, this was Caravan's nineth studio album. It was 43 minutes long. The original CD was released in 1990 and the sound quality was fair, with poor dynamic range. So, a remastered version would be welcomed. The LP and original CD were never released in the US. This is a remastered version, with 2 additional tracks. Total time is now up to 53 minutes. Note that some songs on this album and the next album, Back to Front were combined and released as Canterbury Collection. 7 people found this helpful.
|2||Corner Of Me Eye||3:39|
|3||Watcha Gonna Tell Me||5:48|
|5||Make Yourself At Home||3:27|
|7||Bright Shiny Day||6:19|
|8||Clear Blue Sky||6:25|
|9||Keepin' Up De Fences||5:21|
|10||Heartbreaker (Single Version)||3:40|
|11||It's Never Too Late||6:24|
- Recorded At – Farmyard Studios
- Remastered At – The Audio Archiving Company
- Bass – Dek Messecar
- Coordinator, Liner Notes – Mark Powell
- Design [Cd], Layout [Cd] – Phil Smee
- Drums, Percussion – Richard Coughlan
- Engineer – Ian Morais, Stephen Tayler*
- Guitar – Pye Hastings
- Guitar, Viola, Flute – Geoffrey Richardson
- Keyboards – Dave Sinclair*
- Remastered By – Paschal Byrne
- Vocals – Dek Messecar (tracks: 3), Geoffrey Richardson (tracks: 2, 6, 8), Pye Hastings (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11)
- Written-By – Dave Sinclair* (tracks: 3 to 5), Geoffrey Richardson (tracks: 2, 8), J. Atkinson* (tracks: 6), John Murphy (tracks: 4), Pye Hastings (tracks: 1, 7, 9 to 11)
NotesTotal playing time: 53'21"
Recorded at Farmyard Studios, Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire in July 1980.
Remastered at The Audio Archiving Company.
Bonus Tracks A and B Side of Single - Released on October 24th 1980.
Unofficial release in jewel case with 8-pages booklet and clear tray.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 009910 220936
- Mastering SID Code: none
- Matrix / Runout: DGTR220936
|KVL 9003||Caravan||The Album (LP, Album)||Kingdom Records||KVL 9003||UK||1980|
|CDKVL 9003||Caravan||The Album (CD, Album)||Kingdom Records||CDKVL 9003||UK||1991|
|40474||Caravan||The Album (LP, Album)||Music Box International||40474||Greece||1991|
|ECLCD 1011||Caravan||The Album (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Eclectic Discs||ECLCD 1011||UK||2004|
|Colly-Sion 7||Caravan||The Album (LP, Album)||Pinball||Colly-Sion 7||Argentina||1983|