Top Camel Albums
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The Snow Goose
The Snow Goose
[2013]
Rainbow's End – A Camel Anthology (1973–1985)
Rainbow's End – A Camel Anthology (1973–1985)
[2010]
Rarities Edition: The Snow Goose
Rarities Edition: The Snow Goose
[2010]
The Paris Collection (The Paris Collection) [feat. Andrew Latimer]
The Paris Collection (The Paris Collection) [feat. Andrew Latimer]
[2001]
Rajaz
Rajaz
[1999]
Harbour of Tears
Harbour of Tears
[1996]
Never Let Go
Never Let Go
[1993]
Echoes
Echoes
[1993]
Dust and Dreams
Dust and Dreams
[1991]
Stationary Traveller
Stationary Traveller
[1984]
The Single Factor
The Single Factor
[1982]
I Can See Your House from Here
I Can See Your House from Here
[1979]
Breathless
Breathless
[1978]
A Live Record
A Live Record
[1978]
Moonmadness (Bonus Track Version)
Moonmadness (Bonus Track Version)
[1976]
The Snow Goose (Deluxe Version)
The Snow Goose (Deluxe Version)
[1975]
Mirage
Mirage
[1974]
Related Information for Camel
Camel is an English progressive rock group from London, England, United Kingdom. They formed circa 1964 when brothers Andrew and Ian Latimer got together with their respective friends Alan Butcher and Richard Over to form The Phantom Four. The band played extensively around their home town of Guildford, Surrey before changing their name to Strange Bew. The group performed mainly cover tunes until mid-1968 when Ian Latimer quit to get married. Andrew Latimer and Alan Butcher placed an ad in the Surrey Advertiser for a bass player to which Doug Ferguson responded. On 13th November 1968 Ferguson arrived for an audition and promptly impressed the duo with his confidence, a 'fat' bass sound, excellent gear (Fender jazz bass, 2 V.. read more