Planet Caravan

"We sail through endless skies.
Stars shine like eyes.
The black night sighs.
The moon in silver dreams
falls down in beams.
Light of the night.
The earth, a purple blaze
of sapphire haze on orbit always.

While down below the trees
bathed in cool breeze
silver starlight
breaks down from night.
And so we pass on by the crimson eye
of great god Mars
as we travel the universe."

-lyrics of the original song-

The original song was by Black Sabbath from their album "Paranoid" edited in 1970. This is a version by Pantera of their work "Far Beyond driver" published in 1994.

Lyrics and music have a special charming. Oneself is surrounded by several sensations. Planet Caravan is a magic and unforgettable song.
I wish you like it.

-Emma Alvarez-

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Esteban said...

Mystical song that takes me back in time.

Emma Alvarez said...

Glad you like it.

aryan said...

The band was originally named Pantera's Metal Magic and consisted of Donnie Hart on vocals, Dimebag Darrell (then known as Diamond Darell) and Terry Glaze on guitar, Tommy Bradford on bass, and Vinnie Paul on drums. In 1982, the band was renamed Pantera in order to shorten the name and to settle an agreement between all band members. Hart left the band because he didn't agree with the bands' ethics and Glaze became the group's vocalist, leaving Darrell as the sole guitarist. Later that year Bradford also departed and was replaced by Rex Brown (then known as Rexx Rocker). Pantera became an underground favorite, though its regional tours in this era never took them beyond Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. The band began supporting fellow heavy metal acts such as Stryper, Dokken, and Quiet Riot, who in turn promoted Pantera's debut, Metal Magic. Metal Magic was released on the band's record label with the same name in 1983 and produced by the Abbott brothers' father, Jerry Abbott (referred to as "The Eldn"), at Pantego Studios.[1]

The following year, Pantera released its second album, Projects in the Jungle. Though still very much a glam metal album, the band members crafted songs that had less overbearing melodic influences than songs from Metal Magic. Another change was Terry Glaze's name, as he was henceforth credited as "Terrence Lee". In addition, a music video for the album's lead track, "All Over Tonight", was eventually created. Projects in the Jungle was also released on the independent Metal Magic Records label and produced by Jerry Abbott.

In 1985, Pantera again released a full-length album with Metal Magic Records, entitled I Am the Night. As with Projects in the Jungle, this album saw Pantera's sound becoming heavier (though still rooted in glam metal), and the heavy metal press took more notice of the band. Because of poor distribution, I Am the Night was a costly album to many fans. Around 25,000 copies of I Am the Night were sold. Pantera's second music video was produced for the track "Hot and Heavy".Motorhomes For Sale

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