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  • Jethro42 I'd be amazed to attend that memorable show. I've taken a look, and nothing for Montreal up to september the 17th. Probably they will add some cities after that. I'm gonna be attentive, and I cross my fingers.
    June 10 04:50 PM
  • Jethro42 haha, I'd like to tell you I've seen Moonmadness, but no, I never saw them live. My very first show was in 1979 for Supertramp's Breakfast in America, the year Camel released I Can See Your House From Here. During that time, I didn't know about Camel, even if I was into the prog monsters of the 70s. A friend of my brother was a huge Camel fan, and he introduced me to them couple years later, so I missed their prime time. I'm not sure about what happened afterwards, but no, I never saw them live.
    June 10 03:45 PM
  • Jethro42 Sounds great Nag! I'm surprised you can't find Dust, Harbour and Rajaz from their site. I assume you already own Moonmadness. Me, I have Mirage, The Snowgoose, Moonmadness, Rain Dances and Stationary Traveller on vinyl, but I don't have a turntable since a while. Will fix it. I also have Harbour on cd. Would like to get the first album, A Nod and a Wink and Rajaz. What a brillant discog they have! The guitar playing is so warm and emotional everywhere. So unique. So colorful.
    June 10 03:25 PM
  • Jethro42 Snow Goose is my first contact with the band, and album helped me to consolidate my love for prog music. Moon and Mirage confirmed my love for the band, and then I was hurry to searching for their entire discog. I invite you to try Snow Goose Re-Recording. It's pretty much faithful to the original, save for extra arrangements and some extended parts. Also it's more punch-y, tighter. Some say it's still better than the original. Maybe it could give you a new appreciation of the album. Cheers!
    November 16 04:07 PM
  • Jethro42 Thanks for your wishes, mate. Yeah, the Netherlands must be a warm audience, considering Camel visit your country that often... I'm happy for you, really. The line-up is great. Colin Bass is a longtime Latimer's co-worker and Denis Clement has proven himself as a great drummer. I hope Latimer totally recovered of all his health issues. Don't know about Pete Jones, but if he's joining Camel, I guess he can play the keys. Personally, I put Mirage, Snow Goose and Moonmadness all on par.
    November 16 03:46 PM

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