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Caravan

It's Likely To Have A Name Next Week ('Winter Wine' Instrumental)

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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 David Sinclair. The album was written and recorded during late 1970 and early 1971, and featured more material from Richard Sinclair than the previous two albums. Hastings, who had been the dominant songwriter, contributed only one track. Instrumentally, the music is dominated by David Sinclair’s keyboard solos, and side two is taken up by a 22-minute suite of songs, “Nine Feet Underground”. The cover features a Tolkien-influenced painting. The album was well received critically but was not a chart success,... Read on...

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More songs by Caravan (See Charts): Aristocracy, Nine Feet Underground, Love To Love You (And Tonight Pigs Will Fly), Golf Girl, and For Richard.

Popular in Instrumental (See Charts): Entre Dos Aguas, Blackbird, Green Onions, Wonderful Land, Olan Oldu, The Fool On The Hill, Michel, Hawkeye, La Vita È Bella, and Il Silenzio.

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