Earthrise - Camel - Mirage (CD, Album)

Label: Deram - P25L 25053 • Series: Dawn Of Progressive Rock • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
Earthrise - Camel - Mirage (CD, Album)

 · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Camel - Mirage at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Camel collection/5(K).

Camel's 'Mirage' album is quite an anomaly in the band's discography; it's their heaviest album by far and has this thick and moody heavy jazz (hard)rock sound. Of course there's the symphonic progressive rock side as well. This album is perhaps the closest to sounding like Kahn's 'Space Shanty' from /5.

Camel is one of the early prog rock bands from the seventies, and absolutely one of the best. This album contains Camel's best known work, "Lady Fantasy" The rest of the album is terrific as well, unfortunately the album is only 38 or so minutes long, but well worth the purchase.

Vinyl Looks Superb With Only The Faintest Scuff Visible, Labels As Per Release, Sleeve Showing Just Light Wear Overall, Has Plain Inner, No Insert, Matrix Numbers Xzalp-2w Camel Mirage ( Uk First Press 5-track Lp Often Voted One Of The Top Progressive Rock Albums Of All Time.

 · Mirage, an Album by Camel. Released 1 March on Deram (catalog no. SML ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Symphonic Prog, Progressive Rock. 4/5().

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  1. Remastered from the original tapes with previously unreleased bonus tracks. Album includes new liner notes, photos and memorabilia. Track List: 1. Freefall 2. Supertwister 3. The White Rider a. Nimrodel b. The Procession c. The White Rider 4. Earthrise 5. Lady Fantasy a. Encounter b. Smile for You c. Lady Fantasy 6. Supertwister (Live) 7. Mystic Queen (Live) /5(11).

  2. MIRAGE was the first disc I sought out, and I know of very few albums that conjure a more distinct, cohesive atmosphere than the dream-like mist that pervades this one. A bracing "Freefall" opens the set, a song whose multiple time and dynamic changes place the album squarely in /5().

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