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4.31 | 2623 ratings

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5 stars The bands third album and ultimate album of all. Without a shred of a doubt The Snow Goose is a pure genious of a masterpiece of a musical album. The composition of this beautiful and most inspiring piece of creativity is beyond belief. Though it's not that technical in anyway, the written score to The Snow Goose will have even the great classical composers quaking in there boots, as regarding as to how to write a truly remarkable piece of music.

This album I would place on a pedestal in one of the 4 corners of the universe, its that high in my opinion of what a classic album truly is. There are not many bands out there who could even come close, to matching this in terms of composition. Its simply the most pleasing and delightful album I have ever heard, an album to which I will never tire of listening to, and an album that will be with me for the rest of my days.

Camel are a truly great prog band, and the line up of Latimer, Bardens, Fergueson and Ward. Were by far the best line up the band ever seen. The Snow Goose, Mirage and Moonmadness is by far the best of the bands output of albums in terms of progressive music. Andrew Latimer as done a marvelous job of keeping the band alive even up to there last album A Nod and a Wink in 2002, and I take my hat off to the geezer for keeping the band still to this day with its unique style.

intruder369 | 5/5 |


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