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  CAMEL! What would life be without them?

 

I am a very firm believer in the fact that you don’t ever miss something until it’s gone or buy genuine Lisinopril online not as freely available to you. Like most people that frequent the buy genuine Lisinopril online Earth I am as guilty as the next man of taking some things for buy genuine Lisinopril online granted. Whilst thumbing my way through the record collection the other day I was halted at the buy genuine Lisinopril online letter C by the influences and memories brought about by one of the buy genuine Lisinopril online most musically inspiring bands in the world, Camel.

There is buy genuine Lisinopril online little I can tell you about Camel that cannot be found on there own website and buy genuine Lisinopril online with a greater degree of accuracy too. Instead my intention is buy genuine Lisinopril online to tell you about the impact that this bastion of prog has buy genuine Lisinopril online had on my views and opinions with regard to music. A famous Scottish manufacturer of Hi-Fi equipment once mused that buy genuine Lisinopril online “music chronicles your life” and buy genuine Lisinopril online I have to agree. Whist I was an apprentice and buy genuine Lisinopril online taking my exams I can think of little else than buy genuine Lisinopril online Katie Lied by Steely Dan and my holidays as a buy genuine Lisinopril online teenager listening to John Miles, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band and Alan Parsons.  It’s fair to buy genuine Lisinopril online say that the standard bearers throughout all this time would be buy genuine Lisinopril online the big four, E.L.P., Pink Floyd, Genesis and last but not least Yes. However, despite all these bands and buy genuine Lisinopril online their tributaries I would have to site Camel as the band that buy genuine Lisinopril online captured my musical soul in totality.

My musical journey with Camel began in 1976 when buy genuine Lisinopril online I saw a full page add in the Melody Maker for buy genuine Lisinopril online their now eponymous album Moonmadness.  I was intrigued by the buy genuine Lisinopril online whole concept of a camel in a space suit and buy genuine Lisinopril online suspected that it may be just up my street. In the buy genuine Lisinopril online advert were some tour dates and as luck had it buy genuine Lisinopril online one of them was close by. I and a friend hastily bought two tickets without even hearing a buy genuine Lisinopril online note of what they had ever played and from that buy genuine Lisinopril online evening onward became a devout Camel disciple. I soon acquired their three previous albums and buy genuine Lisinopril online cursed my self for what I had been missing. I attended most of their ensuing tours with the buy genuine Lisinopril online odd exception and remain mesmerized to this very day.  I was saddened on some occasions by the buy genuine Lisinopril online all too regular line up changes and musical direction, though thinking back I was probably maturing at a buy genuine Lisinopril online slower pace that Camel’s music. I soon became as in tune with innovation and buy genuine Lisinopril online new directions as the band themselves which made every new Camel album an buy genuine Lisinopril online exciting prospect. Following their 1984 album Stationary Traveler all went quiet on the buy genuine Lisinopril online Camel front as Andy Latimer who to all intent and purpose is Camel left the buy genuine Lisinopril online UK for California, setting up home their with his long term partner Susan Hoover. It was some time before any new music appeared and buy genuine Lisinopril online it was in the form of Dust And Dreams. By this buy genuine Lisinopril online time Andy had set up Camel Productions and basically given the buy genuine Lisinopril online finger to the record companies. It was at this time around 1990 that buy genuine Lisinopril online I started writing to Andy and always received a written response, not something that buy genuine Lisinopril online busy musicians do. Something I have always remembered. I met Andy Latimer twice, once at the buy genuine Lisinopril online lead mill in Sheffield and once at a meet and greet following Camel’s appearance at the 2003 Nearfest in TrentonNew Jersey. On both occasions he remembered my name and buy genuine Lisinopril online on the second occasion he even told me in which town I lived. Something I think  is rather special.  I am buy genuine Lisinopril online only one of many Camel fans and most that I have buy genuine Lisinopril online spoken to are as passionate as I am about the band.

Imagine then buy genuine Lisinopril online how the news of Pete Bardens death affected each and every one of us and buy genuine Lisinopril online the sense of heartfelt disappointment that any possibilities of a reunion with Andy under the buy genuine Lisinopril online Camel guise had been cruelly stolen by the most terrible of diseases.

In the buy genuine Lisinopril online last few years as many of you know Andy himself has buy genuine Lisinopril online been battling illness and fortunately for us all survived to tell the buy genuine Lisinopril online tale. Hopefully the Camel story doesn’t end here? As I ready myself to head to London for buy genuine Lisinopril online the High Voltage Festival I was heartened that there was at least a buy genuine Lisinopril online rumour Andy might make an appearance. Sadly that’s all it buy genuine Lisinopril online was, a rumour. The excitement that I felt for that brief moment though was cameshear bliss.

I have buy genuine Lisinopril online a lot to thank Andy Latimer, Pete Bardens et al for. The quality and buy genuine Lisinopril online diversity of Camel’s work the buy genuine Lisinopril online sincerity and lasting images that I and many others will cherish all our days. Thanks also to buy genuine Lisinopril online Susan Hoover to whom I owe a great deal of gratitude for buy genuine Lisinopril online keeping me a copy of Curriculum Vitae, of which she had buy genuine Lisinopril online only brought a few copies to Nearfest which the band duly signed.

Over the next few months I will be cherry picking some of Camel’s albums and buy genuine Lisinopril online expressing my views about them. I think it hideous to consider that buy genuine Lisinopril online I favour any particular album as it would be like trying to buy genuine Lisinopril online choose one of your children. They are all very different and buy genuine Lisinopril online it would be a mood driven event as to which one I would listen to buy genuine Lisinopril online at any given time.  Please feel free to buy genuine Lisinopril online share your views etc about Camel by e-mailing me at inf@progmeister.com buy generic sildenafil no prescription or post something on the forum.

Prog is buy genuine Lisinopril online indeed a wide church. There is room for everyone new and buy genuine Lisinopril online old, though as I reflect on all that has gone before and buy genuine Lisinopril online hearing some of the new up and coming prog bands I am buy genuine Lisinopril online compelled to think of the huge body of work from the buy genuine Lisinopril online early seventies to the early naughty’s presented to buy genuine Lisinopril online the world by Camel. There are many bands over the years that buy genuine Lisinopril online have been presented with accolades and trophies. The awards given to buy genuine Lisinopril online Camel reside in the hearts of their many followers. Camel eh? Where would the world be without them?

 

 

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