30 disc career spanning box set
29 CDS. 8 previously unreleased live shows from 1972-2017, plus all official albums up to 2013’s Paradise Filter.
DVD of live footage from French TV,
Signed Photo with signatures from Pye Hastings, Richard Sinclair and Dave Sinclair
Coffee Table Book detailing the history of the band with rare and exclusive memorabilia and photos.
Replica posters, Canterbury Street Map, Replica Tour Programme, Exclusive Fanzine, plus more.
Due November 2020
Over the last decade, Madfish has released a variety of award winning and highly acclaimed career defining box sets from artists including Wishbone Ash, Family and Steve Hillage.
Visit madfishmusic.com to discover more and look for further news on Where But For Would I?, due for release in November 2020.
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
This is the promotional video made by the band’s label in 1973 following the release of ‘For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night’. Continue reading
When Steve Miller and Richard Sinclair departed Caravan following the release of Waterloo Lily in early 1972, with Pye Hastings’ discovery of new boy Geoffrey Richardson, the touring line-up was completed by Stuart Evans on bass and the well travelled Derek Austin on keyboards.
Richard Sinclair’s classic fan favourite, Winter Wine, recorded in Bremen, Germany July 24th 1971 for television broadcast on Beat Club. Continue reading
Richard Sinclair’s classic fan favourite, Golf Girl, recorded in Bremen, Germany July 24th 1971 for television broadcast on Beat Club July 27th 1971. Continue reading
English bass player and composer Richard Sinclair talks about 1990 Caravan reunion. Continue reading
Metropolis Studios, London, December 4th 2010. Continue reading
Probably the best garden shears solo in music. Continue reading