Universal have announced an exclusive 40th Anniversary re-release of In the Land of Grey and Pink on 180g vinyl. The limited run of 500 are still available for purchase at [ Universal Vinyl ]
EXCLUSIVE TO UVINYL.CO.UK
Strictly limited to 500 copies
Each disc is manufactured with its own unique pattern: no two discs are identical
Consists of 2 x 180g heavyweight vinyl LPs
To celebrate the 40th year of In The Land Of Grey And Pink’s release Caravan are releasing a very limited coloured marble vinyl double LP.
Two 180g LPs consisting of the original album remastered by Paschal Byrne and three stereo mixes done by Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree Blackfield and more) including two previously unreleased versions of “It Doesn’t Take A Lot” and “Nigel Blows A Tune” plus four non-album tracks remixed by Wilson.
The set also includes three songs recorded live for BBC radio’s Sounds of the Seventies – “Love To Love You” “Love Song Without Flute” and “In The Land Of Grey And Pink” plus two songs recorded live for John Peel’s Sunday Concert which included a superb cover version of Soft Machine’s “Feelin’ Reelin’ Squealin’” and Caravan’s own magnum opus “Nine Feet Underground”.
A defining moment in Caravan’s career and in the Canterbury progressive scene the vinyl will be available from 13th June.