Category: Classic Rock

My Caravan Girl - Danny Doyle (2) - Raised On Songs And Stories (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Danny Doyle Discography, at theBalladeers. Raised On Songs And Stories. - Release RRL LP; Side One. Maid in the Calico Dress.
  2. referencing Caravan, LP, Album, Mono, "So, VLP i own the french press ref , but on middle sticker of the LP it miss the stamp of the SACEM and it's .
  3. Caravan discography and songs: Music profile for Caravan, formed January Genres: Canterbury Scene, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Albums include In the Land of Grey and Pink, If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You, and For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night.
  4. Caravan's self-titled debut is equally as inventive and infinitely more subtle than the Soft Machine's Volume One or Pink Floyd's Piper at the Gates of Dawn. Two of the album's best tunes -- the ethereal "Place of My Own" was backed with the dreamlike "Magic Man" -- were issued as the band's first single.9/
  5. The Ringsend Boatman Danny Doyle; The One-Legged Beggar Danny Doyle; Sally Broome Danny Doyle; The Rare Oul' Times Danny Doyle; Neil Milligan's Fools Danny Doyle; The Fields Of Athenry Danny Doyle; My Caravan Girl Danny Doyle; Willie McBride The Flowers Of The Forest Danny Doyle; I'll Give You Six Ribbons Danny Doyle; The Maid In The Calico.
  6. Caravan is a British progressive rock band from Canterbury, United Kingdom, founded by former Wilde Flowers members David Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings, and Richard rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfon rose to success over a period of several years from onwards into the s as part of the Canterbury scene which also included Soft rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfon still continue a part-time gigging existence into.
  7. Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Golf Girl; 2. Winter Wine; $ on iTunes 3. Love to Love You (And Tonight Pigs Will Fly) $ on iTunes 4. In the Land of Grey and Pink.
  8. "Caravan Girl" is a folktronica song performed by British duo Goldfrapp. The song was written and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory for the duo's fourth album Seventh Tree (). It was released as the album's third single on 30 June and peaked at number 54 on the UK Singles Chart. In Scotland, the song reached number 6, becoming the third single from Seventh Tree to reach.