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i dont think caravan did a bad album Smile

second issue of s/t lp also has different cover

they are still touring, without RS, although Hatfields are touring europe very shortly as are soft machine legacy

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Uncle Hippie wrote:
... Apparently this group was an off-shoot of the '60s group Eternity's Children.

Didn't Tower (the Capitol subsidiary) release a few singles by this group, around 1968 or so?
 
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I've got Angel "Live without a Net". It has a couple of listenable tracks, but most of the thing is garbage. They had some of the worst 70's pop/rock stuff out there. I had an Angel City LP a while back, but traded it off, as it was pretty boring.

Being a total Yes/Queen nut, I have been tempted to get the first Starcastle the several times I have seen it; but the tracks I have heard off the album are all pretty boring.

Does anyone have any early Camel. I've heard the Snowgoose album is a prog classic, but I haven't seen those first few albums anywhere.

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I've got Angel "Live without a Net". It has a couple of listenable tracks, but most of the thing is garbage.

Being a total Yes/Queen nut, I have been tempted to get the first Starcastle


I have the same Angel LP and I agree with that opinion totally. From the reviews I read Starcastle was more like Yes then Queen.

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Love Angel. Went out and bought the first LP which is even better than 'Helluva Band.' They stunk after that, though. Love Starcastle's first few as well.

Early Camel is great.
Annaloog, you're right, Tower did release a few singles from Eternity's Children.

Been listening to a lot of early Colosseum lately, particularly 'Valentyne Suite.' Also can't stop listening to Patto or The Chocolate Watchband.

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Was just listening to the first Patto CD in my car today. It gets better with each listen.
 
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Awwh yeah! You know, Ollie's guitar playing is just out of this world. I hear new things every time I listen to their first two albums! Awesome stuff.
 
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Yeah, he's a kilelr guitarist. He plays on some Kevin Ayers albums, so I want to get some of those. Got any?
 
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