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.
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Album closer Coming of Age is also reminiscent of ‘70s Camel and does away with much of the Celtic folk influence prevalent throughout the album. There is really not a weak track on the whole album. However, sampling this music in small doses really doesn’t do it justice. Probably Camel’s most popular album and their best work, the group’s second effort Mirage both expanded and improved upon their self-titled début.
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Nude is a music studio album recording by CAMEL (Symphonic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1981 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The final Camel album to feature Andy Ward is a bit of a return to form after the awkward transitional albums from Rain Dances to I Can See Your House From Here. The line up on "Nude" is Andrew Latimer (lead vocals, guitars, flute, koto and various keyboards), Andy Ward (drums and percussion), Colin Bass (lead and backing vocals and bass), Mel Collins (flue, piccolo and saxophones), Duncan MacKay (keyboards), Kit Watkins (keyboards), Jan Schelhaas (piano), Chris Green (cello)
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