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Caravan and That Lot

Profile and Interview by Mark Williams, International Times, 13 March 1970

I REMEMBER the early publicity campaign, a minor masterpiece of hip PR and, it being early 1969 when the 'Underground Group As Pop Stars' syndrome ...

Caravan Do It All Over Again

Report and Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, October 1970

ONE OF THE more interesting events of last year, away from the resurgence of rock ‘n’ roll in all shapes and sizes, was the first ...

Caravan, Barclay James Harvest: The Lyceum, London

Live Review by Mark Plummer, Melody Maker, 24 April 1971

Live and well? ...

Caravan: Missing Out On Hysteria

Report by Andrew Tyler, Disc, 24 June 1972

YOU CAN almost see the sky through the hazy plastic roof. Richard Sinclair hands around huge pastries stuffed with stringy macro weeds. Guzzling Cokes and ...

Caravan and Renaissance: Rainbow Theatre, London

Live Review by Ed Jones, Melody Maker, 9 March 1975

NO DOUBT YOU WILL NOTICED the double page ads in the music press extolling the virtues of Caravan and Renaissance, and pointing to their enthusiastic ...

Ike and Tina Turner, Caravan, John McLaughlin et al: Startruckin' 75

Report by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 23 August 1975

WHERE THE HELL is Lou Reed?Good question, if a trifle academic, but eminently suited for whiling away times in the coach by discussing. ...

Caravan: Blind Dog at St. Dunstan’s (BTM/Arista)

Review by Miles, New Musical Express, 22 May 1976

WHEN THE members of Caravan pulled down their trousers, bent over, and revealed the name of their last album spelt out on their white English ...

Caravan/Kevin Ayers: London, Astoria

Essay by Rob Chapman, MOJO, November 1997

IT'S THE gathering of the Canterbury faithful. The main event is the original — as near as dammit — Caravan line-up. That other former Wilde ...

Caravan: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

Live Review by Ian Gittins, The Guardian, 10 January 2013

PUNK'S SCORCHED-EARTH policy towards the past has brought many a musical career to a premature halt. It's no coincidence that veteran progressive rockers Caravan originally ...

see also Hatfield And The North

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