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About this Artist
Camel is a progressive rock group from Guildford, Surrey, England. 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 hometown of Guildford, Surrey before changing their name to Strange Brew. The group...
Camelstars, from 4 Fan reports
Salisbury - Salisbury City Halll
bonus from steve Johnson, 05/11/13On a very windy/rainy night in Salisbury i had the pleasure to see one of my all time favorite bands namely Camel. After Andy Latimers illness over the last few years it was a real Bonus to see the band perform again. However it did not reach the heights that i was expecting(sorry) Those around me would not agree as they said how good it was,but having seen Camel quite a few times before i just felt it fell slightly short this time. A strange second set list after set 1 revisited the Snow goose. Camel have such fantastic songs ie Ice,Stationary Traveller ,Nude etc etc but never got touched.I know you can only fit so much in to a 2 hour plus concert but there were a few of shall we say not so good tracks no offence i love the band.
Wolverhampton - Wulfrun Hall
What a Trip back in time. from Den, 28/10/13I saw Camel perform Snow Goose back in 1975 and it was fantastic to hear it performed again. It was still as slick and enjoyable as all those years ago and gave me many goosebumps - although it was sad that it was 40 years of my life gone in a blink.
Salisbury - Salisbury City Hall
Triumphant return of a Prog legend from John W, 28/10/13When Andy Latimer was diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, it really looked as if their last tour in 2003 was indeed going to be their last. But he seems to have made an excellent recovery, and returned to the stage to a tumultuous welcome from the packed-out hall. He has gathered together some excellent musicians for this tour, including long-term collaborator Colin bass, and all of them really did justice to the music. It was well-advertised in advance that they were going to play their album the Snowgoose in its entirety, which they did superbly. This formed the first half of the gig, and they then returned after the interval to perform highlights from most of their other albums, pretty much in chronological order. They returned for the inevitable encore (they definitely deserved it!), which featured Lady Fantasy and a new song (confusingly ALSO called Never Let Go), which he dedicated to the memory of Pete Bardens, in a poignant tribute.