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A NOD AND A WINK

Camel

 

Symphonic Prog

3.94 | 512 ratings

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voliveira
3 stars To date, the latest album from Camel, "A nod and a wink" is another good work of the band.

Unlike some of the big bands of the 70s, after they lose their luster and fall into mediocrity, Camel returned with a fresh sound in the '90s after a hiatus of seven years and all of its four albums released so far has been acclaimed.

A positive aspect of this album on its predecessor is the fact that the Latimer┤s flute is back. But, besides the title track that opens the album (and being one of the best songs ever Camel), the rest is not so special to me.The voice of Latimer's old and tired, but he still does the job.

3.5 stars.A good album, but far from their 70-year although Camel has not fallen into mediocrity.

voliveira | 3/5 |

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