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.
Camel - 1984-05-28 - Stockholm, SWE (audience FLAC).
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Skiddaw Stockholm-1984 1 0 Bowland Winter Stockholm-1984 0 0 Windermere Stockholm-1984 1 0 Lakeland Sunset Stockholm-1984 2 0 Cannich Hills - Five Stockholm-1984 0 0 Cannich Hills - Four Stockholm-1984 0 0 Cannich Hills - Three Stockholm-1984 0 0 Cannich Hills - Two Stockholm-1984 0 0 Cannich Hills Stockholm-1984 0 0 Predjama Stockholm-1984 3 3 Julian Alps. Stockholm-1984 2 1 Vrsic Stockholm-1984 3 0 Jasna Stockholm-1984 3 0 Butterflies Stockholm-1984 0 4 The North Stockholm-1984 1 0 Loch Ailort Stockholm-1984 6 0. Browse Gallery. Btw, title is from an awesome track off latest Foo Fighters album.
In August 1972 Camel signed with MCA Records and their eponymous debut album Camel (1973) was released six months later In 1974 they released their second album, the critically acclaimed Mirage, on which Latimer showed he was also adept on flute. Although failing to chart at home, it gained success on the . . After the release of the resulting live Pressure Points in late 1984, the contract with Decca finished. After a seven-year hiatus, Latimer revived the Camel name, releasing a new album, Dust and Dreams, in 1991.
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In 1975, Camel released their breakthrough album The Snow Goose, which climbed into the British Top 30. The band's English audience declined with 1976's Moonmadness, but the album was more successful in America, reaching number 118 – the highest chart position the band ever attained in the . Following the release of Moonmadness, Ferguson left the band and was replaced by Richard Sinclair (ex-Caravan); at the same time, the group added saxophonist Mel Collins. After the release of the 1984 live album, Pressure Points, Camel entered a long period of hibernation that lasted until the early '90s. In 1985, Decca dropped Camel from its roster.
|1-1||La Princesse Perdue|
|1-3||Never Let Go|
|1-7||Still Wonder Why|
|1-9||I Don't Wanna Need|
|2-5||Take Our Side|
|2-8||Rhayader Goes To Town|
- Recorded At – Draken, Stockholm