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Christmas Progcast

It’s been a hell of a year for music and the arts in general losing so many wonderful legends. Indeed in the words of her majesty it has been an Annus Horriblus. With the most recent loss being Greg Lake it is fitting that we steer from our normal format of including new releases etc …

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Camel | York Barbican 8th July 2015

  Camel returned to the live music seen only a couple of years ago after an absence of what seemed to be a life time. It was a heart warming return and one that so many Camel fans were more than pleased about. the bands 2015 tour sees them playing no less than six UK …

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Camel | Sheffield City Hall

Andy Latimer

One of the things i am not too keen on in life is hero worship. And yet i am perhaps as guilty as anyone else of it. That is why i attend gigs by Camel on every occasion that it is possible. Knowing full well that the band had no new music to play i …

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Forty Years On 2013 has been a great Prog year.

2013 has been a very difficult year for me personally and one that will remain in my memory for many years to come. The one thing that has remained positive has been the world of Prog. Forty years on since the release of the most most influential albums that truly shaped the genre that many …

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Camel | Harrogate Royal Theatre

  Some things in your life are very personal and effect you in a way that touch your soul. Camel are one of those things and an element of my life since adolescence. Imagine how thrilled i was to hear that after a ten year abscence due in no small part to guitarist Anrdew Latimers …

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Camel | A Nod And A Wink

I have to admit to writing this my concluding Camel review with a bit of a lump in my throat. A Nod and A Wink takes us into the millennium years and with many of us showing the signs of aging. Unbeknown to the majority I dare say, A No…

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Camel | Harbour Of Tears

The third album under scrutiny as part of the Progmeister Camel feature is Harbour Of Tears. It’s not until you reflect upon the huge body of work that Camel have recorded since 1972 until 2002 that you realize the diversity of t…

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Camel | Stationary Traveller

Camel - Stationary Traveller

The second album review as part of the Camel feature takes us from 1976 into the 80’s with 1984’s Stationary Traveller. As with my previous review i will for the reasons of nostalgia be refering to the vinyl copy of this album and not the remastered an…

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