Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Camel - Nude (1981)

Camel - Nude (1981)

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Camel - Nude

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Side one

1. "City Life"   4:41

2. "Nude"   0:22

3. "Drafted"   4:20

4. "Docks"   3:50

5. "Beached"   3:34

6. "Landscapes"   2:39

Side two

1. "Changing Places"   4:11

2. "Pomp & Circumstance"   2:05

3. "Please Come Home"   1:12

4. "Reflections"   2:39

5. "Captured"   3:12

6. "The Homecoming"   2:49

7. "Lies"   4:59

8. "The Last Farewell: The Birthday Cake"   0:30

9. "The Last Farewell: Nude's Return"   3:42

2009 Expanded & Remastered Edition

Bonus tracks recorded at Hammersmith Odeon on 22 February 1981 for BBC Radio One "In Concert". Excerpts from "Nude" medley:

16. "City Life" 

17. "Nude/Drafted"

18. "Docks"

19. "Beached"

20. "Landscapes"

21. "Changing Places"

22. "Reflections"

23. "Captured"

24. "The Last Farewell: The Birthday Cake"

25. "The Last Farewell: Nude's Return"


Camel Band Members Musicians

Andrew Latimer – guitars, vocals, flute, koto & various keyboards; lead vocals on "Please Come Home" and "Lies"

Colin Bass – bass, vocals; lead vocals on "City Life" and "Drafted"

Andy Ward – drums, percussion

Mel Collins – flute, piccolo, saxophones

Duncan Mackay – keyboards

Jan Schelhaas – piano on "The Last Farewell"

Chris Green – cello on "Drafted"

Gasper Lawal – all percussion on "Changing Places"

Herbie Flowers – tuba on "The Homecoming"

Engineered by Tony Clarke

Nude is the 8th studio album and a concept album released by the English progressive rock band Camel in January 1981. The album is based on a true story of a Japanese soldier (Hiroo Onoda) marooned on an island in World War II who doesn't know that the war is over. 'Nude' derives from his family name 'Onoda'. Most of the album is composed of instrumentals with only a few tracks containing lyrics. The album's lyrics were mainly written by Susan Hoover, except "Please Come Home", which was written by Andrew Latimer. It was the last Camel album to feature original drummer Andy Ward, and the last Camel album to feature more than one original member.

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