- Released: May 15, 1989
- Label: Polygram Uk
Record Collector (magazine) - p.895 stars out of 5
-- "[T]he album's larkish, bucolic charm is wholly intact..."
- 1.Golf Girl
- 2.Winter Wine
- 3.Love to Love You (And Tonight Pigs Will Fly)
- 4.In the Land of Grey and Pink
- 5.Nine Feet Undergroud: Nigel Blows a Tune / Love's a Friend / Make It 76/Dan
- 6.I Don't Know It's Name (Alias the Word)
- 8.It's Likely to Have a Name Next Week / Winter Wine [Instrumental]
- 9.Group Girl [First Version]
- 10.Dissassociation/100% Proog [New Mix]
IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK, the timeless 1971 LP from the U.K.'s psychedelic kings, Caravan, represents a remarkable achievement in the history of progressive rock. The album features the marathon track, "Nigel Blows The Horn."
Frequently cited as Caravan's most successfully realized album, IN THE LAND OF GREY AND PINK contains elements both of the band's roots in the Canterbury art rock scene and, in songs such as "Love to Love You," distinct traces of commercial leanings. Dragons, knights in armor, and utopian visions win a decisive victory, however, aided by a suite of lengthy and accomplished instrumental jams, making this release essential listening for any self-respecting prog-rock buff.