Camel - Harbour Of Tears CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.73 | 453 ratings

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2 stars I did not like this album at all, Bait and switch, I wish i had read in detail more of the reviews on this, the 24 minute track is really about 8 minutes with low level ocean noises for 16 minutes, a complete let down, and rip off in my opinion. this music wasn't cheap, paid 15 bucks for a used copy, this music sounds nothing like vintage camel, or even anything remotely resembling it. and the Irish sound of the music doesn't even sound authentic, The next 2 albums are much better ,especially rajaz., which is my favorite, a nod and a wink overrated too. These later albums taken on their own terms are I suppose worthy listens, But only Rajaz is a real keeper, and does at time remind me of classic came. But Harbour of Tears was a major Dissapointment. Andy sounds way to sentimental, and the songs just seem like pseudo-folk music . Rajaz though, very nice.
darkprinceofjazz | 2/5 |


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