Camel

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Breathless
Prog Used - LP L2OP 1047 London
Sealed Japanese Pressing W/Obi.... more details
 
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Live In Concert
Prog Used - LP L25P 1202 London
Japanese Pressing With Obi. Recorded Live At Hammersmith Odeon, 1984.... more details
 
Camel - Breathless Breathless
Prog New - LP AB 4206 Arista
Sealed 1977 Original.... more details
 
Camel - Stationary Traveller Stationary Traveller
Prog Used - LP 820 020 Decca
Mint 1984 Original With Custom Lyric Insert.... more details
 
Camel - Mirage Mirage
Prog Used - LP SML 1107 Deram
1974 UK Original With Custom Insert. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 2W/2W Stampers.... more details
 
Camel - Moonmadness Moonmadness
Prog Used - LP JXS 7024 Janus
1976 Gatefold Original. "Abandoning The Lovely Soundscapes Of Snow Goose, Camel Delved Into Layered Guitar And Synthesizers Similar To Those Of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here On The Impressive Moonmadness. 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 Are Little More Concise And Accessible Than Those Of Its Predecessor. That Doesn't Mean Camel Has Abandoned Art. Moonmadness Is Indeed A Concept Album, Based Loosely On The Personalities Of Each Member — "Chord Change" Is Peter Bardens, "Air Born" Is Andy Latimer, "Lunar Sea" Is Andy Ward And "Another Night" Is Doug Ferguson. Certainly, It's A Concept That Is Considerably Less Defined Than That Of The Snow Goose, And The Music Isn't Quite As Challenging, Yet That Doesn't Mean That Moonmadness Is Devoid Of Pleasure. In Fact, With Its Long Stretches Of Atmospheric Instrumentals And Spacy Solos, It's Quite Rewarding." - AMG... more details
 
Camel - Moonmadness Moonmadness
Pop New - LP JXS 7024 Janus
Sealed 1976 Gatefold Original. "Abandoning The Lovely Soundscapes Of Snow Goose, Camel Delved Into Layered Guitar And Synthesizers Similar To Those Of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here On The Impressive Moonmadness. 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 Are Little More Concise And Accessible Than Those Of Its Predecessor. That Doesn't Mean Camel Has Abandoned Art. Moonmadness Is Indeed A Concept Album, Based Loosely On The Personalities Of Each Member — "Chord Change" Is Peter Bardens, "Air Born" Is Andy Latimer, "Lunar Sea" Is Andy Ward And "Another Night" Is Doug Ferguson. Certainly, It's A Concept That Is Considerably Less Defined Than That Of The Snow Goose, And The Music Isn't Quite As Challenging, Yet That Doesn't Mean That Moonmadness Is Devoid Of Pleasure. In Fact, With Its Long Stretches Of Atmospheric Instrumentals And Spacy Solos, It's Quite Rewarding." - AMG... more details
 
Camel - Nude Nude
Prog Used - LP SKL 5323 Decca
1981 FFSS Boxed Logo UK Gatefold Original. Shrink Wrap Intact. Appears Unplayed. “A New, Larger Version Of Camel Debuted On Nude, A Concept Album About A Japanese Soldier Stranded On A Deserted Island During World War II And Staying There, Oblivious To The Outside World, For 29 Years. More Ambitious Than The Preceding I Can See Your House From Here, Nude Is In Many Ways Just As Impressive. Although It's A Less Accessible Effort, It Has A Number Of Quite Intriguing Passages, Particularly Since It Boasts Heavier Improvisation, Orchestration, And Even Some Worldbeat Influences. It's Not As Spacy As Camel's Earlier Progressive Rock Records, Yet It Is Quite Atmospheric, Creating Its Own Entrancing World.” Daevid Jehnzen, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Camel - Moonmadness Moonmadness
Prog Used - LP PB 9857 Passport
1976 2nd Pressing. Previously Released That Same Year On Janus With A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. "Abandoning The Lovely Soundscapes Of Snow Goose, Camel Delved Into Layered Guitar And Synthesizers Similar To Those Of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here On The Impressive Moonmadness. 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 Are Little More Concise And Accessible Than Those Of Its Predecessor. That Doesn't Mean Camel Has Abandoned Art. Moonmadness Is Indeed A Concept Album, Based Loosely On The Personalities Of Each Member — "Chord Change" Is Peter Bardens, "Air Born" Is Andy Latimer, "Lunar Sea" Is Andy Ward And "Another Night" Is Doug Ferguson. Certainly, It's A Concept That Is Considerably Less Defined Than That Of The Snow Goose, And The Music Isn't Quite As Challenging, Yet That Doesn't Mean That Moonmadness Is Devoid Of Pleasure. In Fact, With Its Long Stretches Of Atmospheric Instrumentals And Spacy Solos, It's Quite Rewarding." - AMG... more details
 
Camel - Single Factor Single Factor
Pop New - LP PB 6013 Passport
Sealed 1982 Original, Saw Cut.... more details
 
Camel - Mirage Mirage
Prog New - LP JXS 7009 Janus
Sealed 1974 Original.... more details
 
Camel - Snow Goose Snow Goose
Prog Used - LP SKL-R 5207 Decca
Stunning 1975 UK Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket With The Rare Insert. 1W/1W Stampers. “Camel's Classic Period Started With The Snow Goose, An Instrumental Concept Album Based On A Novella By Paul Gallico. Although There Are No Lyrics On The Album -- Two Songs Feature Wordless Vocals -- The Music Follows The Emotional Arc Of The Novella's Story, Which Is About A Lonely Man Named Rhayader Who Helps Nurse A Wounded Snow Goose Back To Health With The Help Of A Young Girl Called Fritha He Recently Befriended. Once The Goose Is Healed, It Is Set Free, But Fritha No Longer Visits The Man Because The Goose Is Gone. Later, Rhayader Is Killed In Battle During The Evacuation Of Dunkirk. The Goose Returned During The Battle, And It Is Then Named La Princesse Perdue, Symbolizing The Hopes That Can Still Survive Even During The Evils Of War. With Such A Complex Fable To Tell, It Is No Surprise That Camel Keep Their Improvisational Tendencies Reigned In, Deciding To Concentrate On Surging, Intricate Soundscapes That Telegraph The Emotion Of The Piece Without A Single Word. And Even Though The Snow Goose Is An Instrumental Album, It Is Far More Accessible Than Some Of Camel's Later Work, Since It Relies On Beautiful Sonic Textures Instead Of Musical Experimentation.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Camel - Mirage Mirage
Prog Used - LP GP 1089 Deram
Rare Japanese First Pressing With Wide Obi Pressed By King Record Co. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Camel - A Live Record A Live Record
Prog Used - LP DBC-R 7/8 Decca
1978 2LP Gatefold Original With Blue & Silver FFSS Labels. Tracks Recorded Live In The UK 1974-1977. The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By David Bedford Appear On Some Tracks. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Camel - Nude Nude
Prog Used - LP PB 6008 Passport
1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Camel - Mirage Mirage
Prog Used - LP PB 9855 Passport
Beautiful 1974 Original With Insert.... more details
 
Camel - Snow Goose Snow Goose
Prog New - LP JXS 7016 Janus
Sealed 1975 Original. “Camel's Classic Period Started With The Snow Goose, An Instrumental Concept Album Based On A Novella By Paul Gallico. Although There Are No Lyrics On The Album -- Two Songs Feature Wordless Vocals -- The Music Follows The Emotional Arc Of The Novella's Story, Which Is About A Lonely Man Named Rhayader Who Helps Nurse A Wounded Snow Goose Back To Health With The Help Of A Young Girl Called Fritha He Recently Befriended. Once The Goose Is Healed, It Is Set Free, But Fritha No Longer Visits The Man Because The Goose Is Gone. Later, Rhayader Is Killed In Battle During The Evacuation Of Dunkirk. The Goose Returned During The Battle, And It Is Then Named La Princesse Perdue, Symbolizing The Hopes That Can Still Survive Even During The Evils Of War. With Such A Complex Fable To Tell, It Is No Surprise That Camel Keep Their Improvisational Tendencies Reigned In, Deciding To Concentrate On Surging, Intricate Soundscapes That Telegraph The Emotion Of The Piece Without A Single Word. And Even Though The Snow Goose Is An Instrumental Album, It Is Far More Accessible Than Some Of Camel's Later Work, Since It Relies On Beautiful Sonic Textures Instead Of Musical Experimentation.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Camel - Rain Dances Rain Dances
Prog New - LP JXS 7035 Janus
Sealed 1977 Original. Small Cut Corner. “The Band's Fifth Release, Rain Dances Is Camel At Its Best, Offering The Most Consistent And Representative Package In Their Saga. The Addition Of Caravan-Cofounder Richard Sinclair Proves Profitable, As Do A Few Colorist Touches By Brian Eno On "Elke." Mel Collins' Woodwinds Are Among The Highlights, Especially On "Tell Me" And The Title Track. From Beginning To End, This Project Flows Gracefully.” Matthew Plichta, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Camel - Nude Nude
Prog Used - LP K28P-128 London
1981 Japanese Original Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi. The Wide Band LP Appears Unplayed. “A New, Larger Version Of Camel Debuted On Nude, A Concept Album About A Japanese Soldier Stranded On A Deserted Island During World War II And Staying There, Oblivious To The Outside World, For 29 Years. More Ambitious Than The Preceding I Can See Your House From Here, Nude Is In Many Ways Just As Impressive. Although It's A Less Accessible Effort, It Has A Number Of Quite Intriguing Passages, Particularly Since It Boasts Heavier Improvisation, Orchestration, And Even Some Worldbeat Influences. It's Not As Spacy As Camel's Earlier Progressive Rock Records, Yet It Is Quite Atmospheric, Creating Its Own Entrancing World.” Daevid Jenzen, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Camel - Pressure Points Live In Concert Pressure Points Live In Concert
Prog Used - LP SKL 5338 Decca
1984 Original Recorded Live At The London Hammersmith Odeon On May 11th, 1984.... more details
 
Camel - Nude Nude
Prog New - LP PB 6008 Passport
Sealed 1981 Original.... more details
 
Camel - Chameleon The Best Of Camel Chameleon The Best Of Camel
Pop Used - LP SKL 5325 Decca
Sealed Best Of Compilation With Tiny Cut Corner.... more details
 
Camel - Breathless Breathless
Prog Used - LP AB 4206 Arista
1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Camel - Collection Collection
Prog Used - LP CCSLP 116 Castle
Beautiful 1985 2LP UK Compilation. Cover Has Slight Corner Rubbing.... more details
 
Camel - Rain Dances Rain Dances
Prog Used - LP JXS 7035 Janus
1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “The Band's Fifth Release, Rain Dances Is Camel At Its Best, Offering The Most Consistent And Representative Package In Their Saga. The Addition Of Caravan-Cofounder Richard Sinclair Proves Profitable, As Do A Few Colorist Touches By Brian Eno On "Elke." Mel Collins' Woodwinds Are Among The Highlights, Especially On "Tell Me" And The Title Track. From Beginning To End, This Project Flows Gracefully.” Matthew Plichta, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Camel - I Can See Your House From Here I Can See Your House From Here
Pop Used - LP AB 4254 Arista
1979 Original. Appears Unplayed. “Undoubtedly Their Most Popular Work. The One-Time Addition Of American Kit Watkins Produces Some Fine Keyboard Lead Work. Rupert Hine's Resourceful Production And Appearances By Phil Collins And Mel Collins Round Out This Strong Release. "Survival" And "Who We Are" Feature Some Fine Orchestrations, And Guitarist Latimer Delivers Some Exceptional Lead Work On The Album's Closer "Ice." Matthew Plichta, AMG.... more details
 
Camel - Cloak And Dagger Man / Pressure Points Cloak And Dagger Man / Pressure Points
Pop Used - 12 CAMEX 1 Decca
1984 UK 45rpm Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Camel - Breathless Breathless
Prog Used - LP TXS.R.132 Decca
Beautiful 1978 UK FFSS Stereo Label Original With Insert. P1/P1 Stampers. “With Rain Dances, Camel Began Exploring Shorter, More Concise Songs, But It Wasn't Until Its Follow-Up, Breathless, That They Truly Made A Stab At Writing Pop Songs. Although They Didn't Completely Abandon Improvisational Prog Rock -- There Are Several Fine, Jazzy Interludes -- Most Of The Record Is Comprised Of Shorter Songs Designed For Radio Play. While The Group Didn't Quite Achieve That Goal, Breathless Is Nevertheless A More Accessible Record Than Camel's Other Albums, Which Tend To Focus On Instrumentals. Here, They Try To Be A Straightforward Prog Rock Band, And While The Results Are Occasionally A Little Muddled, It Is On The Whole Surprisingly Successful.” Daevid Jehnzen, AMG.... more details
 
Camel - Mirage Mirage
Prog Used - LP JXS 7009 Janus
Beautiful 1974 Original.... more details
 
Camel - Rain Dances Rain Dances
Prog Used - LP JXS 7035 Janus
1977 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Cut Corner. And Small Corner Dent. “The Band's Fifth Release, Rain Dances Is Camel At Its Best, Offering The Most Consistent And Representative Package In Their Saga. The Addition Of Caravan-Cofounder Richard Sinclair Proves Profitable, As Do A Few Colorist Touches By Brian Eno On "Elke." Mel Collins' Woodwinds Are Among The Highlights, Especially On "Tell Me" And The Title Track. From Beginning To End, This Project Flows Gracefully.” Matthew Plichta, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Camel - Stationary Traveller Stationary Traveller
Prog Used - LP L28P 1164 London
1984 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Features Andy Latimer On Pan Flute.... more details
 
Camel - Single Factor Single Factor
Pop Used - LP PB 6013 Passport
1982 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Camel - Moonmadness Moonmadness
Prog Used - LP PB 9857 Passport
1976 2nd Pressing. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Previously Released That Same Year On Janus With A Gatefold Jacket. Appears Unplayed. "Abandoning The Lovely Soundscapes Of Snow Goose, Camel Delved Into Layered Guitar And Synthesizers Similar To Those Of Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here On The Impressive Moonmadness. 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 Are Little More Concise And Accessible Than Those Of Its Predecessor. That Doesn't Mean Camel Has Abandoned Art. Moonmadness Is Indeed A Concept Album, Based Loosely On The Personalities Of Each Member — "Chord Change" Is Peter Bardens, "Air Born" Is Andy Latimer, "Lunar Sea" Is Andy Ward And "Another Night" Is Doug Ferguson. Certainly, It's A Concept That Is Considerably Less Defined Than That Of The Snow Goose, And The Music Isn't Quite As Challenging, Yet That Doesn't Mean That Moonmadness Is Devoid Of Pleasure. In Fact, With Its Long Stretches Of Atmospheric Instrumentals And Spacy Solos, It's Quite Rewarding." - AMG... more details
 
Camel - Snow Goose Snow Goose
Prog Used - LP L20P 1044 London
1982 Japanese First Pressing With Obi. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Camel's Classic Period Started With The Snow Goose, An Instrumental Concept Album Based On A Novella By Paul Gallico. Although There Are No Lyrics On The Album -- Two Songs Feature Wordless Vocals -- The Music Follows The Emotional Arc Of The Novella's Story, Which Is About A Lonely Man Named Rhayader Who Helps Nurse A Wounded Snow Goose Back To Health With The Help Of A Young Girl Called Fritha He Recently Befriended. Once The Goose Is Healed, It Is Set Free, But Fritha No Longer Visits The Man Because The Goose Is Gone. Later, Rhayader Is Killed In Battle During The Evacuation Of Dunkirk. The Goose Returned During The Battle, And It Is Then Named La Princesse Perdue, Symbolizing The Hopes That Can Still Survive Even During The Evils Of War. With Such A Complex Fable To Tell, It Is No Surprise That Camel Keep Their Improvisational Tendencies Reigned In, Deciding To Concentrate On Surging, Intricate Soundscapes That Telegraph The Emotion Of The Piece Without A Single Word. And Even Though The Snow Goose Is An Instrumental Album, It Is Far More Accessible Than Some Of Camel's Later Work, Since It Relies On Beautiful Sonic Textures Instead Of Musical Experimentation.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Camel - Snow Goose Snow Goose
Prog Used - LP JXS 7016 Janus
1975 Original. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Camel's Classic Period Started With The Snow Goose, An Instrumental Concept Album Based On A Novella By Paul Gallico. Although There Are No Lyrics On The Album -- Two Songs Feature Wordless Vocals -- The Music Follows The Emotional Arc Of The Novella's Story, Which Is About A Lonely Man Named Rhayader Who Helps Nurse A Wounded Snow Goose Back To Health With The Help Of A Young Girl Called Fritha He Recently Befriended. Once The Goose Is Healed, It Is Set Free, But Fritha No Longer Visits The Man Because The Goose Is Gone. Later, Rhayader Is Killed In Battle During The Evacuation Of Dunkirk. The Goose Returned During The Battle, And It Is Then Named La Princesse Perdue, Symbolizing The Hopes That Can Still Survive Even During The Evils Of War. With Such A Complex Fable To Tell, It Is No Surprise That Camel Keep Their Improvisational Tendencies Reigned In, Deciding To Concentrate On Surging, Intricate Soundscapes That Telegraph The Emotion Of The Piece Without A Single Word. And Even Though The Snow Goose Is An Instrumental Album, It Is Far More Accessible Than Some Of Camel's Later Work, Since It Relies On Beautiful Sonic Textures Instead Of Musical Experimentation.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Camel - Nude Nude
Prog Used - LP PB 6008 Passport
1981 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Camel - I Can See Your House From Here I Can See Your House From Here
Prog Used - LP AB 4254 Arista
1979 Promo Label With Cut Corner And Promo Sticker On Cover. Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. “Undoubtedly Their Most Popular Work. The One-Time Addition Of American Kit Watkins Produces Some Fine Keyboard Lead Work. Rupert Hine's Resourceful Production And Appearances By Phil Collins And Mel Collins Round Out This Strong Release. "Survival" And "Who We Are" Feature Some Fine Orchestrations, And Guitarist Latimer Delivers Some Exceptional Lead Work On The Album's Closer "Ice." Matthew Plichta, AMG.... more details
 

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