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Caravan (Rush song)

"Caravan"
Clockwork Angels
Released June 1, 2010
Format Digital, CD, Vinyl
Recorded April 13, 2010
Genre Hard rock, progressive rock
Length 5:40
Label Anthem Records (Canada), Atlantic Records
Producer Nick Raskulinecz and Rush
Rush singles chronology

"The Larger Bowl (A Pantoum)"
(2007)
"Caravan"
(2010)
"Headlong Flight"
(2012)

Caravan is the first single from Canadian rock band Rush's 19th studio album, Clockwork Angels. It was released to radio stations and saw digital release on June 1, 2010, on CD via mail order later that month, and as a 7" vinyl record for Record Store Day 2011, with a limited printing of 3000 units.[1] The B-side is an additional studio track titled "BU2B", which stands for the lyric "brought up to believe". Both songs were recorded April 13, 2010, at Blackbird Studios in Nashville with producer Nick Raskulinecz[2] with mixing and engineering done by Richard Chycki at the Sound Kitchen in Franklin, Tennessee. The songs were mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in New York. Both songs were featured on Rush's recent Time Machine Tour.

According to drummer Neil Peart's personal essay, these two songs are the initial parts of what he referred to as an "extended album-length story".[3]

In Other Media

The song "Caravan" was featured in TSN's introductory footage to the CFL game between the Calgary Stampeders and Montreal Alouettes on July 20, 2013.

Track listing

Music and lyrics by Lee/Lifeson/Peart

No. Title Length
1. "Caravan"   5:40
2. "BU2B"   4:21

Personnel

Chart performances

Chart Position
Finnish Singles Chart 19
Canadian Hot 100 44

[4]

See also

  • List of Rush songs

References


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