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3.75 | 620 ratings

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4 stars Another in Andy Latimer's string of gentle neo-Floydian 90s albums, and as good as the rest. On this one he takes advantage of a concept theme of Irish immigration to explore Celtic melodies. Although there are a couple of upbeat pieces, mostly the airs are mournful, giving him room to stretch out on the guitar, which is after all, the primary appeal of late period Camel. Lovers of Celtic music will certainly enjoy this more than any other Camel CD. There are also some really nice keyboard textures, some choral parts and excellent female vocals. If you like mellow symphonic, I can't really see how you could dislike such a classy album. You always know what to expect from Camel, which ain't a bad thing at all as long as the quality's as high as this.
Heptade | 4/5 |


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