|2||Driving To Amsterdam|
|4||Like We Used To|
|6||Mixed Up Man Of The Mountains|
|8||Prophet (feat Rider Shafique)|
|9||Badman City (feat Flowdan)|
|10||Snake Eyes (feat Jabu)|
|14||Over Deh So|
|15||And the World Was Gone|
Khan were an English progressive rock band of the Canterbury Scene during 1971-1972.
Formed by Steve Hillage from Uriel, the initial line-up was Steve Hillage (guitar), Nick Greenwood (bass guitar, from The Crazy World of Arthur Brown), Dick Heninghem (organ) and Pip Pyle (percussion). Pyle quickly moved on to Gong and by the time the band played its first gig in June 1971 he had been replaced by Eric Peachey (from Dr. K’s Blues Band). In October 1971 Dick Heninghem left as well, replaced by Dave Stewart for the duration of the album sessions.
The album Space Shanty was released in June 1972, followed by a UK tour supporting Caravan, for which Canadian organist Val Stevens joined.