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    Richard Sinclair - RSVP 25th Anny Release

    Wayside Music now has in stock the 25th Anny on CD and 2 Vinyl LP release

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    Will have to pick this up.
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    Anyone even remotely interested in Canterbury music, or the singer/songwriter genre with a proggy/jazzy edge, could do far worse than picking up Caravan of Dreams and RSVP. Great singing, melodies, accompaniment, and Richard's trademark subtle and goofy humor.

    I bought them at Progman Cometh (2002) and revisit them every year or two with much enjoyment. These have been OOP for a long time so get 'em while you can. I would guess it's a quite limited run.

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    Is Caravan of Dreams only receiving a vinyl reissue? And, if so, boo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by arturs View Post
    Anyone even remotely interested in Canterbury music, or the singer/songwriter genre with a proggy/jazzy edge, could do far worse than picking up Caravan of Dreams and RSVP. Great singing, melodies, accompaniment, and Richard's trademark subtle and goofy humor.

    I bought them at Progman Cometh (2002) and revisit them every year or two with much enjoyment. These have been OOP for a long time so get 'em while you can. I would guess it's a quite limited run.
    Just listened to this again couple weeks ago. It is really a great album. I especially love the new studio material.

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    Richard for prime minister.
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    I paid more for a used copy awhile back. I wasn't disappointed. The album is chock full of beautiful melodies and inventive bass playing and vocalizing. The 12 minute Out Of The Shadows is a stand out!

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    How would you guys describe this album? For someone who is a fan of Caravan, Hatfield, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    How would you guys describe this album? For someone who is a fan of Caravan, Hatfield, etc?
    yes definitely. it feels a little more on the jazz fusion side of things in terms of the production, but it is very very canterbury

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    Any European distribution?
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    I ordered the 2018-re-release from the official distributor a couple of weeks ago through discogs (https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/12347378?ev=rb).
    Love the pieces with Kit Watkins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smörgåsbord View Post
    Any European distribution?
    I believe it's released by an Italian label!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aith01 View Post
    How would you guys describe this album? For someone who is a fan of Caravan, Hatfield, etc?
    More on the singer/songwriter jazz/rock-fusion side. That's R. Sinclair's thing. But it's got "What's Rattlin'", one of the sweetest tributes - or indeed even anthems! - to the Canterbury scene we could ever hope for.

    Other goodies too.
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    You heard this one, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smörgåsbord View Post
    Any European distribution?
    The distributor (Zamusica) is located in Italy (Europe). You can order directly from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Krautman View Post
    The distributor (Zamusica) is located in Italy (Europe). You can order directly from them.
    That's the one I meant. It's the 2018 release as also mentioned in this thread: https://www.progressiveears.org/foru...-Record-Thread

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