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RAIN DANCES

Camel

 

Symphonic Prog

3.56 | 647 ratings

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horza
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4 stars One of Camels most interesting albums,but not one usually mentioned in the hallowed portals of prog. It featured two semi-legendary figures in Eno and Mel Collins. It also featured the single Highways of the Sun,which was'nt that great actually. What set it apart in my opinion were First Light,Unevensong and the sublime Skylines,which allows Peter Bardens to hog the spotlight a little and show us what mini-moogs were capable of. Andy Latimer shared one thing in common with Dave Gilmour,they both knew when enough was enough,they knew the exact number of notes a piece required.No guitar hero posturing from them. Raindances deserves a hearing,Skylines could be a signature Camel song.
horza | 4/5 |

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