Camel Dvd

Camel - Ichigo Ichie: Camel Live In Japan (2017)  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 20, 2017
Camel - Ichigo Ichie: Camel Live In Japan (2017)

Camel - Ichigo Ichie: Camel Live In Japan (2017)
DVD-9 | ISO | MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 720x480 (16:9), 29.970 fps, VBR ~ 7454 Kbps
LPCM, 2 channels, 48.0 KHz/16 bits, 1536 Kbps | ~ 7,24 Gb | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | 02:00:03 | Camel Productions #CP813DVD

‘Ichigo Ichie’: “Treasure every encounter for it will never recur.” Two hours of live Camel from the tour no one thought would ever happen! ‘Ichigo Ichie’ was recorded in Tokyo at the Ex-Theatre in Roppongi during May 2016, the line-up of this event was: Andrew Latimer (guitars / vocals / flute / recorder), Colin Bass (bass / vocals), Denis Clement (drums / recorder) and new member Peter Jones from Tiger Moth Tales (keyboards / vocals / penny whistle). Released on 25th January 2017.

Camel - Footage (2005) [Repost]  Music

Posted by robi62 at Nov. 9, 2014
Camel - Footage (2005) [Repost]

Camel - Footage (2005) [Repost]
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 359 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 192 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Rock | Label: Camel Productions | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 28 Feb 2005 | Runtime: 80 min. | 3,15 GB (DVD5)

Finally a remarkable footage with fine recordings from an immortal band like Camel, whose grandeur is witnessed by a few BBC sessions (three songs)- a bit uneven- and a recent live song performed at Hammersmith Odeon (dated 1984), which is better for me, even though it has been already witnessed within their famous live work entitled 'Pressure Points'… the present DVD, combined with the best stuff from 'Coming of Age' (inside the 'Harbour of Tears' tour) are the best sample of their live approach!!

Camel - Coming Of Age (1997)  Music

Posted by v3122 at Sept. 7, 2010
Camel - Coming Of Age (1997)

Camel - Coming Of Age (1997)
Progressive/Art Rock | DVD Video | DVD-9 | Covers | ~7.79 Gb | HF, FileSonic
MPEG2 Video NTSC 720x480 (4:3) VBR | Dolby Digital, 2ch, 448Kbps
2002 | Camel Productions | CP803DVD

Live footage & backstage mingling shot during their 1997 West Coast tour from dates in Hollywood, San Francisco and Orange County.

Camel - The Single Factor (1982) (1991, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 31, 2017
Camel - The Single Factor (1982) (1991, Japan 1st Press}

Camel - The Single Factor (1982) (1991, Japan 1st Press}
EAC Rip | WV (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 231 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 98 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock, Art Rock | Deram / Polydor K.K. #POCD-1830

Following the ambitious song cycle Nude, Camel attempted their version of an Alan Parsons Project album with The Single Factor. Considering that Parsons was having hits that year with songs like "Eye in the Sky," it's not surprising that Camel tried to capture the same audience, yet their talent didn't lay with pop music – it lay with atmospheric instrumentals and creating detailed soundscapes. Consequently, The Single Factor sounds a little forced and often fails to capture the group's magic, even though there a few strong moments on the record.
Camel - Camel '73-'75 Gods Of Light (2000) {2007, Remastered Japanese Reissue, Official Camel Bootleg}

Camel - Camel '73-'75 Gods Of Light (2000) {2007, Remastered Japanese Reissue, Official Camel Bootleg}
EAC Rip | WV (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 484 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 175 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Art Rock, Progressive Rock | WHD Entertainment #IECP-10130

Gods of Light '73~'75 is a live album by progressive rock band Camel released 26 September 2000. A "re-boot" of an old bootleg of some wonderful BBC radio recordings from 1973, 1974 and 1975. Features the original lineup of Andrew Latimer, Peter Bardens, Andy Ward, and Doug Ferguson.

Camel - Rain Dances (1977) {1991, Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at July 17, 2017
Camel - Rain Dances (1977) {1991, Japan 1st Press}

Camel - Rain Dances (1977) {1991, Japan 1st Press}
EAC Rip | WV (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 243 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 104 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock, Art Rock, Jazz Fusion | DERAM / Polydor K.K. #POCD-1824

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.

Rabih Abou-Khalil - Blue Camel (1992) {Enja}  Music

Posted by tiburon at July 3, 2017
Rabih Abou-Khalil - Blue Camel (1992) {Enja}

Rabih Abou-Khalil - Blue Camel (1992) {Enja}
EAC 1.3 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 600dpi | 437MB + 5% Recovery
MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 262MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Ethnic Fusion

Blue Camel is the pinnacle to date of Lebanese oud player Rabih Abou-Khalil's achievement as a jazzman. In both mood and scope, it can almost be characterized as a new Kind of Blue. Both tense and reflective, it is perfect for listening after midnight. Abou-Khalil brings back Charlie Mariano on alto sax and Kenny Wheeler on flugelhorn and trumpet, and they generally alternate solos with Abou-Khalil himself. Rounding out the roster is Steve Swallow on bass, Milton Cardona on congos, Nabil Khaiat on frame drums, and Ramesh Shotham on South Indian drums and percussion. They form a tight ensemble and play comfortably with each other.

Camel - Lunar Sea: An Anthology 1973-1985 (2001)  Music

Posted by popsakov at June 25, 2017
Camel - Lunar Sea: An Anthology 1973-1985 (2001)

Camel - Lunar Sea: An Anthology 1973-1985 (2001)
2CD | EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 960 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 369 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 33 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | Decca #8829952

This double-CD set more or less supplants – though in some ways it also enhances – the 1993 compilation Echoes: The Retrospective. With a slightly longer running time and a fair difference in song content; though the same number of tracks, the overlap between the two is surprisingly limited. Gone are "Unevensong," "Breathless," "Skylines," the studio versions of "Lunar Sea" and "West Berlin," and "City Life," among other tracks – in their place as "Stationary Traveler," "Long Goodbyes," "Slow Yourself Down," "Nimrodel," "The Great Marsh," and "Spirit of the Water," plus live renditions of "Lunar Sea" and "West Berlin"…

Camel - Nude (1981) {1991, Japanese Reissue}  Music

Posted by popsakov at May 13, 2017
Camel - Nude (1981) {1991, Japanese Reissue}

Camel - Nude (1981) {1991, Japanese Reissue}
EAC Rip | WV (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 253 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 112 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Art Rock, Progressive Rock | Deram / London Records / Polydor K.K. #POCD-1829

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.

Camel - Harbour Of Tears (1996) {Japan 1st Press}  Music

Posted by popsakov at May 12, 2017
Camel - Harbour Of Tears (1996) {Japan 1st Press}

Camel - Harbour Of Tears (1996) {Japan 1st Press}
EAC Rip | WV (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 310 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 154 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Art Rock, Progressive Rock | Pony Canyon #PCCY-00864

Harbour of Tears is a studio concept album by English progressive rock band Camel. It tells the story of an Irish family who are painfully separated as their young ones depart to the United States to seek a better future. Released in 1996, it was their twelfth studio album. Band vocalist and guitarist Andrew Latimer learned that the last sight of Ireland his grandmother's family would have seen was Cóbh Harbour, a deep water port that witnessed the fracturing of thousands of families as their sons and daughters departed towards America. Thus the album was titled as the common alias of the port, 'Harbour of Tears'.