During the power outage at St. John’s Church Farncombe, the band relaxed and discussed an acoustic set list. Geoffrey explained how playing acoustic spoons is easier and less painful than the electric ones. Continue reading
Pye Hastings and Geoffrey Richardson of Caravan are to be given honorary fellowships by Canterbury Christ Church University for their services to music.
The long-time collaborators will be inducted at a ceremony in Canterbury Cathedral on November 30. Continue reading
On behalf of the band and fans worldwide we congratulate Geoffrey on the 40th Anniversary of his first gig with the band in Berne Switzerland on September 9th 1972. Continue reading
Probably the best garden shears solo in music. Continue reading
Geoffrey’s second solo album – Moving Up A Cloud
03. High Strung
04. Departure Lounge
05. Who Knows
06. I Was Blind
08. Little Ukulele
09. La Paz
10. How It Was
13. All That I Hold Dear
Originally from Leicestershire, Peter Geoffrey Richardson’s playing has graced many a Canterbury Scene track.
BBC South East have interviewed Richard Coughlan Geoffrey Richardson Hugh Hopper Robert Wyatt and others for a short ‘Canterbury Scene’ film to be shown on BBC South East Today and also on the following page:
BBC Radio Kent and South East Today will also be broadcasting live from Canterbury’s latest music festival – Lounge on the Farm. Tune in to hopefully hear from Geoffrey Richardson and Syd Arthur.
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8 pages. 35th Anniversary! Continue reading
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