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10 thoughts on “ Aristillus - Camel - Moonmadness

  1. I only recently heard Moonmadness for the first time -- I made the mistake of trusting this dumb-dumb who told me that Mirage and The Snow Goose were their only good records, and it took me years to realize how wrong he was -- so it's probably too soon to tell, but it might be my favorite Camel. At the very least, it's as good as their first three.
  2. Camel - Moonmadness () This is one of the best Camel album featuring some of their most memorable compositions. Latimer's solo's are perfect, the keys are subtle and professional, the bass acceptable and the drums good. The vocals of Latimer aren't the best around, but they soot the sound of the band and make me feel at home/5.
  3. Released in March , just in time for that year’s now legendarily drought-ravaged summer, Moonmadness was the ultimate showcase for the classic Camel line-up of Latimer, keyboard player Peter Bardens, bassist Doug Ferguson and drummer Andy metalcore.dalalsanuanaracordalanim.infoinfo: Dom Lawson.
  4. Love it: Aristillus, Song Within a Song but it seems to me that with Moonmadness Camel achieved a perfect mix of Mirage's cool but impersonal prog chops and The Snow Goose's charm and warmth. Just like Caravan, much of Camel's best work is pop-oriented/5().
  5. Jan 02,  · This is the story of Camel’s Moonmadness. The all instrumental Music Inspired by the Snow Goose was a surprising success for Camel, climbing to no. 22 on the UK album chart in
  6. Sep 16,  · Quite simply the best Camel album of all time. It was the band's fourth effort and it was never surpassed. The last album to feature the classic line-up of Bardens, Latimer, Ferguson and Ward, we have a mix of instrumental and vocal tracks, the latter coming back after album three 'The Snow Goose' which had been completely instrumental/5(K).
  7. Moonmadness Camel. Released March 26, Moonmadness Tracklist. 1. Aristillus Lyrics. 2. Song Within a Song Lyrics. 3. Chord Change More Camel albums A Nod and a Wink.
  8. Camel is an English progressive rock group formed in fronted by Andrew Latimer. Moonmadness was their fourth album and the last to feature the original band's line-up, and was released in The album has an overall theme but was a loose concept based on the individual personalities that made up Camel.
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  10. Part of the reason behind the shift in musical direction was the label's insistence that Camel venture into more commercial territory after the experimental Snow Goose, and it is true that the music on Moonmadness is more akin to traditional English progressive rock, even though it does occasionally dip into jazz-fusion territory with syncopated rhythms and shimmering keyboards. Furthermore, the songs 6/

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