CARAVAN - IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK    'CD'     ''GERMANY''

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CARAVAN - IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK 'CD' ''GERMANY''

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1 Golf Girl song review Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair Caravan 5:01 SpotifyRdio 2 Winter Wine Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair Caravan 7:36 SpotifyRdio 3 Love to Love You (And Tonight Pigs Will Fly) Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair Caravan 3:04 SpotifyRdio 4 In the Land of Grey and Pink song review Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair / Richard Sinclair Caravan 5:00 SpotifyRdio 5 Nine Feet Undergroud: Nigel Blows a Tune/Love's a Friend/Make It 76/Dan Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair Caravan 22:44 6 I Don't Know Its Name (Alias the Word) Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair / Richard Sinclair Caravan 6:10 Rdio 7 Aristocracy Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair / Richard Sinclair Caravan 3:43 Rdio 8 It's Likely to Have a Name Next Week/Winter Wine Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair / Richard Sinclair Caravan 7:48 9 Group Girl Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair / Richard Sinclair Caravan 5:03 SpotifyRdio 10 Dissassociation/100% Proof Richard Coughlan / Jimmy Hastings / Pye Hastings / Dave Sinclair / Richard Sinclair Caravan 8:32

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Fresh from his landmark remastering of the King Crimson back catalog, Porcupine Tree's Steve Wilson now takes on one of the most beloved, and eccentric prog albums of them all. In The Land of Grey and Pink is probably Caravan's finest hour (although For Girls Who Grow Plump runs it close), and back in the days when every sensible music buyer played his music on headphones, it served up a sensory experience that few others could match. For those reasons alone, the creation of a 5.1 mix would appear a no-brainer, and so it proves to be. No less than throughout the Crimson collection, Wilson delves deep into the master tapes, pulling out the flourishes that ears weren't even dimly aware of in the past, but does so without impacting the integrity of the listeners' own memories -- a trick that David Bowie (Station to Station) and Mike Oldfield (Ommadawn) would both have done well to heed. A good surround sound remix does its duty by remaining true to the original sound; a bad one just cuts things up and throws them in the air. This one is good, with the side-long epic "Nine Feet Underground" naturally taking the lion's share of the plaudits, but even the album's "lesser" songs (the opening "Golf Girl," the title track) benefit from the process, while the outtake "Frozen Rose" emerges, too, as a understated jewel. Add video footage of a two-song German TV performance taped for the album's release, and disc three of this three-disc package is worth the cost of admission in its own right. There is more, however. Disc one serves up the original album in stereo, with bonus tracks "Frozen Rose," the first version of "Love to Love You," and a none-too-essential, but gorgeously radical alternate mix of "Nine Feet Underground" worked up by Wilson in 2011. Disc two creaks beneath the weight of half-a-dozen alternate versions, a three-song BBC radio session, and a couple of track from Caravan's BBC radio concert a month after the album's release. A handsome fold-out digipack and an excellent 20-page booklet complete the package, and it doesn't matter how many times you have bought this album in the past. It's time to buy it again.

Informação Adicional

Artista CARAVAN
Formato da Mídia CD
Gravadora DERAM RECORDS
Origem GERMANY
Nº de Faixas 5
Código Identificador (SKU) 820 520 2

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