Camel - Harbour Of Tears CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.73 | 453 ratings

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5 stars After several years and a couple of weak albums in '80s, CAMEL returned to the prog scene with their "Nineties Trilogy" (three original and brilliant albums -"Dust And Dreams", "Harbour Of Tears" and "Rajaz"-, recovering the magic of this great band). CAMEL's music was then in another vein, intimate and moody, plenty of beauty. And I think that in the extense CAMEL discography, "Harbour Of Tears" is their most sensitive album. An Irish flavour and distant melodies gives to the listener a sadness and tragic feeling. Beautiful!
Marcelo | 5/5 |


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