Camel – Camel – 1997



Album Camel by the band Camel
Album Camel by the band Camel

Camel is an album by the British progressive rock band Camel, released in 1997. The album showcases the band’s eclectic musical influences, ranging from jazz fusion to folk rock to classical music. The album features complex arrangements, virtuosic instrumental performances, and melodic vocals by lead singer and guitarist Andrew Latimer. The album also includes some of the band’s most popular songs, such as “Never Let Go”, “Mystic Queen”, and “Separation”. Camel is widely regarded as one of the most influential and innovative albums in the history of progressive rock, and has been praised by critics and fans alike for its originality, creativity, and musicality.

Camel – Camel is a solid comeback album that shows Camel still has something to offer. It is a good introduction to their music for new listeners and a great addition to the collections of fans of their work.

The personnel of the album Camel – Camel – 1997 are:

  • Andrew Latimer – guitars, flute, keyboards, vocals
  • Colin Bass – bass, vocals
  • Denis Clement – drums, percussion
  • Guy LeBlanc – keyboards, vocals

Source: Camel (band) – Wikipedia

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