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2009
Rain Dances (Remastered and Expanded)
2002
A Live Record
1979
I Can See Your House from Here
1978
Breathless
1975
The Snow Goose

Never Let Go

The Paris Collection (The Paris Collection) [feat. Andrew Latimer]

The Snow Goose

Dust and Dreams

Harbour of Tears

Rajaz
Camel - Band Jun 21, 2019
On 2 August 1972, Camel signed to MCA Records and on 15 August they were at Morgan Sound Studios where they spent a little over a week recording their self-titled debut album. It’s a collection of road-honed songs with four written by guitarist Andy Latimer, one co-written with drummer Andy Ward and the other three songs from the pen of Peter Bardens.
Camel - Band Jun 18, 2019
The section on Arabic music particularly caught Latimer’s eye and introduced him to a mysterious form of musical poetry called “Rajaz”.
Camel - Band Jun 14, 2019
Prog is not often the go-to source for hip-hop’s guiding lights, yet OutKast’s subtle use of Camel’s 1976 recording ‘Spirit Of The Water’ on their 1998 track ‘Da Art Of Storytellin’ (Part 2)’ remains a testament to the creativity of both.
Camel - Band Jun 11, 2019
In the late 1960s Peter Bardens formed Peter B’s Looners, which eventually became Shotgun Express, a band that played soul music and featured Rod Stewart, Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood; following Green and Fleetwood’s departure they were joined by singer Beryl Marsden and the trio made a couple of singles for Columbia.
Camel - Band Jun 07, 2019
After entering the UK chart, 'Nude' climbed to its peak of No. 34 in its second week, and was the band’s last top 40 album in their own country.
Camel - Band Jun 04, 2019
Things took a decided upswing with Camel's third album 'The Snow Goose', which used state of the art technology at Island and Decca Studios.
Camel - Band May 31, 2019
Camel are rightly lauded as pioneers in the field of the ambitious concept album and masters of progressive rock, not to mention their facility with space jams and symphonic structures.
Camel - Band May 28, 2019
Elegant, ambitious and all-instrumental, Camel’s third album 'The Snow Goose' was first released in April 1975, and became the first of their eight consecutive UK chart albums over the following decade.
Camel - Band May 24, 2019
When Peter Bardens joined Camel it was his keyboard wizardry that made them a force to be reckoned with. Read the full story here...
Camel - Band May 21, 2019
Camel has been a fixture on the prog rock scene since the young group formed in the early 1970s. What tracks would feature in your perfect anthology?
Camel - Band May 17, 2019
If not a “concept” LP in the strictest sense, Stationary Traveller’s 10 tracks shared a common theme in that they all related to the trauma that East German citizens faced when leaving their families and attempting to cross the notorious Berlin Wall to the “freedom” of democratic Western society. Discover more.
Camel - Band May 16, 2019
This is the evocative cover image of Camel's 11th studio album 'Dust and Dreams', inspired by John Steinbeck's 'The Grapes of Wrath'.
Camel - Band May 13, 2019
Alan R. Pearlman, who passed away at the beginning of the year aged 93, founded ARP Instruments and helped shape the face of analogue synthesis during the ’70s.
Camel - Band May 07, 2019
Released on 13 April 1984, the band’s tenth LP, Stationary Traveller, was also recorded in a state of flux, with the nucleus of Latimer and Paton joined by versatile keyboardist Ton Scherpenzeel (ex-Dutch progsters Kayak) and a new full-time drummer, Paul Burgess.
Camel - Band May 06, 2019
Listen again to Camel’s ‘The Single Factor’ and learn the history behind the album that was released OTD 1982
Camel - Band May 05, 2019
Atlanta Rhythm Section, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Camel, The Strawbs - Relive the forgotten Heroes of 70s Rock 🤘
Camel - Band May 03, 2019
Listen again to Camel’s ‘The Single Factor’ and learn the history behind the release.
Camel - Band Apr 30, 2019
Pioneers in the field of the ambitious concept album and masters of progressive rock, not to mention their facility with space jams and symphonic structures, Camel has been a fixture on the scene since the young group formed in the early 1970s.
Camel - Band Apr 26, 2019
On 2 August 1972, Camel signed to MCA Records and on 15 August they were at Morgan Sound Studios where they spent a little over a week recording their self-titled debut album. It’s a collection of road-honed songs with four written by guitarist Andy Latimer, one co-written with drummer Andy Ward and the other three songs from the pen of Peter Bardens.
Camel - Band Apr 23, 2019
The section on Arabic music particularly caught Latimer’s eye and introduced him to a mysterious form of musical poetry called “Rajaz”.
Camel - Band Apr 19, 2019
Prog is not often the go-to source for hip-hop’s guiding lights, yet OutKast’s subtle use of Camel’s 1976 recording ‘Spirit Of The Water’ on their 1998 track ‘Da Art Of Storytellin’ (Part 2)’ remains a testament to the creativity of both.
Camel - Band Apr 16, 2019
In the late 1960s Peter Bardens formed Peter B’s Looners, which eventually became Shotgun Express, a band that played soul music and featured Rod Stewart, Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood; following Green and Fleetwood’s departure they were joined by singer Beryl Marsden and the trio made a couple of singles for Columbia.
Camel - Band Apr 13, 2019
Released in 1984, Camel’s ‘Stationary Traveller’: A Brave Foray Into Mid-80s Paranoia
Camel - Band Apr 12, 2019
After entering the UK chart, 'Nude' climbed to its peak of No. 34 in its second week, and was the band’s last top 40 album in their own country.
Camel - Band Apr 09, 2019
Things took a decided upswing with Camel's third album 'The Snow Goose', which used state of the art technology at Island and Decca Studios.