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Symphonic Prog

4.38 | 1745 ratings

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5 stars My second review of this album.

The fourth work released in 1976 "Moonmadness". It is a work that overflows in the fantasy so that it is symbolized in the jacket. Work with unforgettable charms of delicate melody and free play, etc.It is one of the highest masterpieces of them. Combinations of Peter Bardens and Andrew Latimer are bright. They advanced rapidly in the composition in addition to the performance. And, all features of CAMEL such as a kooky rhythm, the fantasy, guitars, and keyboards appear by this work. This work that energetic play of "Mirage" unites with a fantastic sound is an extraordinary masterpiece. It is ,so to speak, a fantastic rock work. By the way, original member's Doug Ferguson seceded after having completed this work. Aristilus,Song Within a Song,Chord Change,Spirit of the Water,Another Night, Air Born,Lunar Sea...Every songs are beautiful.

braindamage | 5/5 |


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