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Camel - Camel (1973)

Camel - Camel (1973)

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Camel - Camel

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Side one

1. "Slow Yourself Down"   4:47

2. "Mystic Queen"   5:40

3. "Six Ate" (instrumental)   6:06

4. "Separation"   3:57

Side two

5. "Never Let Go"   6:26

6. "Curiosity"   5:55

7. "Arubaluba" (instrumental)   6:28

Bonus tracks

8. "Never Let Go" (Single version)   3:36

9. "Homage to the God of Light" (Peter Bardens cover; Recorded Live at The Marquee Club – 29 October 1974)   19:01

Camel Band Members Musicians

Andrew Latimer – guitar; vocals (1, 4)

Peter Bardens – organ, Mellotron, piano, VCS 3 synthesizer; vocals (5, 8)

Doug Ferguson – bass guitar; vocals (2, 6)

Andy Ward – drums, percussion

Engineered by Roger Quested

Sleeve design by Modula

Camel is the first studio album by English progressive rock band Camel, released on MCA Records in February 1973.

By August 1972, Camel were signed to MCA Records. They quickly entered the studio to record their first self-titled album, Camel. A collection of individual songs, chiefly from Andrew Latimer and Peter Bardens, the album was greeted with muted success and MCA did not take an option for a second album. By then, the group had acquired the management team of Geoff Jukes and Max Hole of Gemini Artists (later to become GAMA Records) and had moved to Decca Records, where they would remain for the next 10 years.

Camel is an English progressive rock band formed in Guildford, Surrey, in 1971. Led by founder-member guitarist Andrew Latimer, they have produced fourteen original studio albums and fourteen singles, plus numerous live albums and DVDs. Without achieving mass popularity, the band gained a cult following in the 1970s with albums such as Mirage (1974), The Snow Goose (1975) and Moonmadness (1976). Surviving punk rock, they moved into a jazzier, more commercial direction, but then were put on a seven-year hiatus in the mid-1980s. Since 1991 the band have been independent, releasing albums including Dust and Dreams (1991), Harbour of Tears (1996) and Rajaz (1999) on their own label.

Camel Band Members

Andrew Latimer – guitar, flute, recorder, keyboards, percussion, vocals (1971–present)

Colin Bass – bass, acoustic guitar, keyboards, vocals (1979–1981, 1984–present)

Denis Clement – drums, percussion, keyboards, fretless bass, recorder (2000–present)

Peter Jones – keyboards, synthesisers, saxophones, vocals (2016–present)

Camel Discography Full

Live albums

Greasy Truckers Live at Dingwalls Dance Hall (1973) (Camel + Various Artists. Includes 19 minute version of Camel's 'God of Light Revisited')

A Live Record (1978) (2lp/2 cd, live, various venues 1974, 1975, 1977)

Pressure Points: Live in Concert (1984) (live, 11 May 1984, Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK)

On the Road 1972 (1992) (live, venue unspecified)

Never Let Go (1993) (2 cd, live, 5 September 1992, Enschede, NL)

On the Road 1982 (1994) (live, Dutch radio, 13 June 1982, Congresgebouw, Den Haag, NL)

On the Road 1981 (1997) (live, BBC radio, 2 April 1981, Hammersmith Odeon, London, UK)

Coming of Age (1998) (2 cd, live, 13 March 1997, Billboard, Los Angeles, USA)

Gods of Light '73-'75 (2000) (live, various venues)

The Paris Collection (2001) (live, 30 September 2000, Bataclan-Club, Paris, France). Note: CD wrongly states concert as 30 October.

At the Royal Albert Hall (2020) (2 cd, live, 17 September 2018, Royal Albert Hall, London, UK)

Compilation albums

Chameleon – The Best of Camel (1981)

The Collection (1985)

A Compact Compilation (1986)

Landscapes (1991)

Echoes: The Retrospective (1993)

Camel – Master Series (25th Anniversary Compilation) (1997)

Lunar Sea (2001)

Rainbow's End: An Anthology 1973–1985 (2010)

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