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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
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Camel
Great Britain
 
 
Stationary Traveller progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Although destined to be Camel'sfinal studio album for Decca Records, it was a fine effort. Inspired by the Cold War (then at its height) between the Eastern Bloc countries and NATO, the album featured such classics as Cloak and Dagger Man , West Berlin , Stationary Traveller and Long Goodbyes and saw CAMEL reach new heights of creativity.

Andy Latimer – electric, acoustic & 12 string guitars, bass, piano, drum synthesiser, flute, lead vocals
Ton Scherpenzeel – organ, grand piano, Prophet synthesizer, Yamaha CS80, Juno 60, Korg, PPg, accordion
Paul Burgess – drums

Featuring:
David Paton – bass, fretless bass, back vocals
Chris Rainbow – lead vocals
Mel Collins – sax
Haydn Bendall – Fairlight synthesizer, PPg synthesizer

1.Pressure Points
2.Refugee
3.Vopos
4.Cloak And Dagger Man
5.Stationary Traveller
6.West Berlin
7.Fingertips
8.Missing
9.After Words
10.Long Goodbyes
bonus tracks
1.In The Arms Of Waltzing Fraulines
2.Pressure Points (extended 12 single version)
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ECLEC 2154 CD 1984 / 2009   17.00
 
 
Pressure Points - Live In Concert (2CD - Expanded Edition) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! destined to be Camel's final studio album for Decca Records, it was a fine effort. The subsequent tour to promote the album was equally memorable and was captured by Decca at Hammersmith Odeon on 11th May 1984 and released as the album Pressure Points later that year. The concert saw CAMEL joined by former member PETER BARDENS for certain songs during the set, including a rousing version of Lady Fantasy, not featured on the original album. Long unavailable on CD, this newly re-mastered reissue has been expanded to a 2CD set to include songs not featured on the original album.

Andrew Latimer – lead guitar, vocals
Colin Bass – bass, vocals
Ton Scherpenzeel – lead keyboards
Chris Rainbow – vocals, keyboards
Paul Burgess – drums, percussion
Richie Close – keyboards

Featuring:
Pete Bardens – organ
Mel Collins – saxophone

CD1
1.Pressure Points
2.Drafted
3.Captured
4.Lies
5.Refugee
6.Vopos
7.Stationary Traveller
8.West Berlin
9.Fingertips
CD2
1.Sasquatch
2.Wait
3.Cloak And Dagger Man
4.Long Goodbyes
5.Rhayader
6.Rhayader Goes To Town
7.Lady Fantasy
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ECLEC 22162 CD 1984 / 2009   20.00
 
 
The Single Factor progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! The album saw Andrew Latimer assemble an impressive array of musicians to record under the CAMEL moniker, including original GENESIS guitarist ANTHONY PHILLIPS, FRANCIS MONKMAN, SIMON PHILLIPS, DAVID PATON and also saw PETER BARDENS guest on the track Sasquatch . Unavailable on CD for many years, this reissue has been re-mastered from the original master tapes and includes rare edited version of You Are the One as a bonus track.

Andy Latimer – lead vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, Mellotron, organ, bass
David Paton – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals
Chris Rainbow – backing vocals, lead vocals
Anthony Phillips – organ, grand piano, Polymoog, ARP 2600, marimba, acoustic guitar, 12-string guitar
Graham Jarvis – drums
Peter Bardens – organ, Minimoog
Haydn Bendall – Yamaha CS80 synthesizer
Duncan Mackay – Prophet synthesizer
Francis Monkman – synclavier
Dave Mattacks – drums
Simon Phillips – drums
Tristan Fry – glockenspiel
Jack Emblow – accordion

1.No Easy Answer
2.You Are The One
3.Heroes
4.Selva
5.Lullabye
6.Sasquatch
7.Manic
8.Camelogue
9.Today's Goodbye
10.A Heart's Desire
11.End Piece
bonus track
1.You Are The One (promotional 12 single version)
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ECLEC 2156 CD 1982 / 2009   17.00
 
 
Nude - Expanded Edition progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! The album is based on a true story of a Japanese soldier (Hiroo Onoda) marooned on an island in World War II who doesn't know that the war is over. "Nude" derives from his family name "Onoda". The album's lyrics were mainly written by Susan Hoover, except "Please Come Home", which was written by Andrew Latimer. It was the last Camel album to feature original drummer Andy Ward.

An international success, Camel toured globally to promote the album, with their concert at Hammersmith Odeon recorded by the BBC for the In Concert programme. This re-mastered and expanded release includes the lengthy medley Excerpts from Nude from that radio broadcast as over 30 minutes of bonus material. This new release also includes an extensive booklet with copious photographs, memorabilia and a new essay.

Andrew Latimer – guitars, vocals, flute, koto & various keyboards, lead vocals
Colin Bass – bass, vocals, lead vocals
Andy Ward – drums, percussion

Featuring:
Mel Collins – flute, piccolo, saxophones
Duncan Mackay – keyboards
Jan Schelhaas – piano
Chris Green – cello
Gasper Lawal – percussion
Herbie Flowers – tuba

1.City Life
2.Nude
3.Drafted
4.Docks
5.Beached
6.Landscapes
7.Changing Places
8.Pomp And Circumstance
9.Please Come Home
10.Reflections
11.Captured
12.The Homecoming
13.Lies
14.The Last Farewell - The Birthday Cake
15.The Last Farewell - Nude's Return
bonus tracks - Live
1.City Life
2.Nude
3.Drafted
4.Docks
5.Beached
6.Landscapes
7.Changing Places
8.Reflections
9.Captured
10.The Last Farewell
11.The Last Farewell - The Birthday Cake
12.The Last Farewell - Nude Returns
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ECLEC 2159 CD 1979 / 2010   17.00
 
 
I Can See Your House From Here (Expanded Edition) progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Unlike many bands whose careers had begun in the early 1970 s, CAMEL still continued to enjoy much success at the close of the decade. I Can See Your House From Here was a revitalized work that included many fine songs such as Ice (featuring Phil Collins on Percussion), Hymn To Her and Your Love is Stranger Than Mine. Produced by Rupert Hine, the album was a chart success and spawned an extensive World tour. This edition has been re-mastered from the original tapes and features two Bonus Tracks, including a live version of Ice recorded by the BBC in 1981. The accompanying CD booklet includes copious photographs and memorabilia and a new essay.

Andrew Latimer – guitars, flute, autoharp, backing vocals, lead vocals
Colin Bass – bass, backing vocals, lead vocals
Kit Watkins – Hammond C3 organ, Solina synthesizer, Yamaha electric grand piano, Rhodes piano, Moog synthesizer, Minimoog, Clavinet, Prophet-5, Yamaha CS80, EMS Sequencer, flute
Jan Schelhaas – Yamaha CS80, Yamaha electric grand piano, grand piano, Prophet-5, Moog synthesizer, Minimoog, EMS Sequencer
Andy Ward – drums, percussion

Featuring:
Mel Collins – alto saxophone
Phil Collins – percussion
Rupert Hine – backing vocals

1.Wait
2.Your Love Is Stranger Than Mine
3.Eye Of The Storm
4.Who We Are
5.Survival
6.Hymn To Her
7.Neon Magic
8.Remote Romance
bonus tracks
1.Remote Romance (single version)
2.Ice (live)
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ECLEC 2158 CD 1979   17.00
 
 
Breathless progressive rock

Enlarge this picture! Remastered CD release for Camel's classic 1978 studio album with bonus track & deluxe booklet with photos & liner notes. After recording a string of successful albums with Camel, Breathless would be the last studio album to feature Peter Bardens and heralded more line-up changes for the band. Former CARAVAN and HATFIELD & THE NORTH member RICHARD SINCLAIR had already been in CAMEL for some months and was soon joined by his cousin DAVE SINCLAIR in a new Camel line-up. Breathless features traditional CAMEL music along with the Canterbury influences associated with Richard Sinclair, making for a unique album. This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been re-mastered from the original master tapes and includes the single version of Rainbows End as a bonus track.

Andrew Latimer – guitar, Yamaha CS80/50, vocals
Peter Bardens – keyboards, organ, vocals
Mel Collins – flute, saxophones
Richard Sinclair – bass, vocals
Andy Ward – drums, percussion

Featuring:
Dave Sinclair – keyboards

1.Breathless
2.Echoes
3.A Wing And A Prayer
4.Down On The Farm
5.Starlight Ride
6.Summer Lightning
7.You Make Me Smile
8.The Sleeper
9.Rainbows End
bonus track
1.Rainbows End (single version)
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ECLEC 2155 CD 1978   17.00