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  • 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
  • Jethro42 Hey Nag how are you, I'm fine myself in the circumstances, thank you. I try to accept my let-say fragile condition in order to live with less anxiety. Whoa, man, lucky you!...That is gonna be epic!!! I'm listening to the album atm to celebrate with you!... They're certainly going to play extra material as well. Do you know if it's the same line-up as for A Nod and a Wink? Would be awesome if Andy Ward could join them. For sure, you'll be in for an amazing event! That's some great Camel!
    November 15 12:34 PM
  • Jethro42 I appreciate you are sensible about my health, my friend. You're the first person on sput who is aware of that. It shows how much I trust you. I'm affected of a muscular dystrophy that is reducing my mobility. My legs are particularly weak. I'm also affected of rheumatoid arthritis. Both are more or less controlled (exercises) but it cannot improve. I've said it. As for FW, I will relisten to that album. My rating belongs to my first impression. It doent seem to be exactly my cup of tea ;)
    September 14 09:23 PM
  • Jethro42 Yes I'm not surprised you are too busy, and it's a reason why you don't frequent the site as you used to. We have an expression here that says ''When you're busy, you're not preoccupied''. I have nothing too special to say about my life. Since 7 years, I have some health problems that prevent me to work anymore. I'm looking for some volunteering since that's all I can do. I won't give you details of my diseases by now, but it's serious enough. It doesn't reduce my life expectancy, so yes...
    September 12 01:47 PM

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