Camel - Dust And Dreams CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.65 | 379 ratings

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3 stars Camel - now very much the Andy Latimer Plus Friends Band - came back after a seven-year hiatus with Dust and Dreams, which on balance I'd say is partway towards being a return to form. Not quite on a par with their classic, it's still a mellow and enjoyable listen structured, as always with latter-day Camel, around Latimer's languid guitar. It's a fun album, but I find it rather bland and, at points, schmaltzy - there's points where it's too mellow, and it often lacks the liveliness and complexity of, say, Mirage or The Snow Goose. Still, classic-era Camel fans will probably find it more palatable than The Single Factor or Stationary Traveller.
Warthur | 3/5 |


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