UK, 1973, Canterbury scene / progressive rock

CaravanFor Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night: Eighteen different people play on this album? Whoa. Track B1 is my favorite here. As someone who takes his sex and his religion seriously, I always find it interesting to see how people on both sides of the argument are unable to reconcile the two. For me, they are complementary, and it’d be difficult to have one without the other, considering how intimately they are connected.

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