Cunning Stunts is the sixth studio album by the progressive rock band Caravan, released in 1975. It was their first album with the bass guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Mike Wedgwood. Two previous Caravan albums with titles that are also sexual plays on words are If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You (1970) and For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night (1973).
Caravan – Cunning Stunts. Label: Decca – SKL-R 5210. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Caravan - Stuck in a Hole 3:09. Caravan - The Show Of Our Lives 5:50. CARAVAN The Dabsong Conshirtoe 14:13. Caravan - Lover (1975) 5:08. Caravan - Welcome the day (Cunning Stunts - 1975) 4:02. Geprijsd/priced sale not on internet by Vinylundercover57.
Cunning Stunts is the sixth studio album by the progressive rock band Caravan, released in 1975.
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The Caravan album never sold in serious numbers, and for much of 1968 and early 1969, the members were barely able to survive – at one point they were literally living in tents. Out of that chaos, however, the group got a new manager in Terry King and, with the help of a fledgling producer named David Hitchcock (who'd seen the band in concert), a contract with England's Decca Records, which was a major label at the time. They also released a new album, Cunning Stunts, that became their first chart LP, not only in England but also in America (albeit at number 124) and most of Europe as well. Unfortunately, Cunning Stunts, for all of its sales success, was an ending rather than a new beginning – the group parted company with Decca Records after its release.