Record Sleeves With Dogs On ( 663 )

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EXPLANATION: The cover art and title bring together several elements relating to
Canterbury. Saint Dunstan was Archbishop of Canterbury and patron saint of the
blind, after whom a home for the blind was named. The title comes from a Noël
Coward explanation to a child for why one dog had mounted another: one dog
was blind and the other was pushing him to Saint Dunstan's. The album cover
shows Saint Dunstan’s Street leading to the old West Gate in Canterbury.
Members of Caravan used to frequent the pubs near the Saint Dunstan area.

( Wikipedia )

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