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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Hornell Fred resumed very well the overall picture of this album. They used Hammond organ more in this album then in the following ones. I usually love groups first album, they don't bare the signature sound of the band, but they show exploratory dedication. We start feeling Camel's signature sound in this album, but the sound is more founded in the late 60's early 70's then Camels In Peru - No Hay Banda - Wow & Flutter (Vinyl subsequent albums.
The quality of the sound is excellent as well as the quality or the instruments used. For sample the drummer uses some nicely shimmering cymbals we hear mostly in studio recording of 70's and early 80's. It is true there are awesome guitar and bass lines. All 4 first albums are my favorites. The first one is the boldest of all. I love it. This is a great progressive rock album that was made before it was called progressive rock. This is a jazzy, trippy, rockin, trip into the 70's.
A friend of mine in college bought this album because he thought the cover was cool and it was an expensive import. He hated the album, so he let me have it but he kept the cover.
Just a great classic rock song. Latimer is a talented guitar player and with Bardens form a great pair that would go on to produce some of the best mellow rock ever played. I just love the stripped down sound of this song. Andy Ward sticks out on this one and proves why he was considered a drum prodigy.
Never let is be said that Camel couldn't rock. There are two bonus tracks: one is the single version of "Never Let Go" and is not really necessary, but the second bonus track is the gem of this package. Taken from a Peter Bardens solo album and turned into a 19 jam session. The quality of the recording is amazing. You will want to hear this one. This is my 50th review and it had to be a 5 star classic from one of my all time favorite bands.
This isn't only for fans of progressive rock as it is a very timely early seventies sounding classic rock album, more than a progressive one. Why bother with titles, if you haven't heard this one: Why not?
It'a amazing. Hardly no one knows about this wonderful rock album! It's a darn shame. This is beautiful and complex progressive rock dominated with jazzy, electric guitar. The early 70's had a ton of great music: not just prog-rock but it seemed like ALL the music back then was really good.
I think Camel's first album stands up with all that excellent 70's music. I don't know what it is about Camel's debut that makes it so great. I can tell you one thing, it took a few serious listens to get into this album. Because the instrumental parts are all over the place, it takes time to remember the music but I guarantee if you're a big prog-rock fan eventually the instrumental shifts will click and become exciting for you. It's funny though, because as complex and melodic as the many guitar parts on this album are, the singer gives the listener very simple melodies that should take NO time at all getting into.
Let me mention a few of the songs. I don't know what it is about these two songs, but unusual feelings enter the dreamy part of my head every time I listen to them. It's weird because both of these songs are beautiful and soothing, and yet so DARK and haunting at the same time!
Nothing should be giving off such strong, creepy feelings. Right now I can't think of another album that gives me the creeps more than this album. And I can't understand why! Something in the music scares the crap out of me and I'll probably never figure out what it is.
That's the fun thing about Camel's debut. It's impossible to hate it. Pink Floyd's guitar sound is a favorite to many people, but there's something about Camel's soothing and brilliant guitar sound that really keeps your attention once you get into Camels In Peru - No Hay Banda - Wow & Flutter (Vinyl complex guitar melodies, that is. Camel may not be as diverse as Genesis or King Crimson, and certainly not as influential, LP), but that's okay because Camel can be known for having the perfect guitar sound.
If someone told me that they hate the sound of the guitar on this album, I wouldn't believe them! Camel never had another album quite like this one. The electric guitar is really noticeable throughout the album, along with the keyboard and the heavy, constant drumming which sound REALLY cool if you have a good stereo set-up. I think "Slow Yourself Down" could pass for a Santana song.
Look at me, I need to stop writing this review because I've said quite a lot already, and you're probably tired of reading my review! Just remember this- Camel's debut- The electric guitar is relaxing, exciting and melodic all at the same time, the keyboards are haunting, the male singer has a soothing voice and he sings nice, peaceful and simple vocal melodies. If this sounds good to you then pick it up and enjoy! A not-overly-auspicious beginning for Camel; fairly derivative and unadventurous though not without a certain E-for-effort charm.
Compared to its contemporaries, though, it sounds pretty uninspired, which it obvously was not - - sort of a cross between early Santana and King Crimson without the technical prowess of either, and it looks better in print than it sounds.
The tepid playing isn't helped much by the languid and, on 'Mystic Queen', flanged vocals and the lyrics are just plain awful. It's evident even this early that Camel were more intentionally an instrumentally-inclined outfit and at this point had not yet found their collective muse.
This reissue includes, however, the live instrumental! Talk about inspired - - maybe they should have recorded their first album live.
See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. The bands 'commercial side shines thru on Camels In Peru - No Hay Banda - Wow & Flutter (Vinyl Let Go' but the weaK vocals would always ensure no hit singles.
The original album closed with exotically titles 'Arubaluba' another piece of class never fails to bring a smile. Sound quality stunning and excellent informative booklet. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Camel never disappoint and if you like '70s prog you should buy this. No gimmicks, no over extravagance, no pomp and no pretentiousness.
There is something a bit more cool and chilled out to Camel than their contemporaries. In fact, it's safe to say that a lot of Camel's early work wouldn't be scoffed at in todays music world. Their debut really is something special. Ok, vocally, they were never that great, but musically, the fusion of jazz and swirling prog is smooth and accessible. Why were they never more popular???
The songs are still fresh after 30 odd years, and the remastered sound is good. However, I feel that this album, and the next four they recorded are as good as if not better than the masterworks of those other luminaries.
Old fossils? Go dig 'em up!!! Camel's debut album sounds at first like archetypal prog, but is so stylishly jazzy that at times it almost swings. It also features a more prominent vocal, an aspect Camel struggle with, though to little concern. The haunting 'Never Let Go' is the most instant track. I first heard this on 'A Live Record' and, perhaps because of that, prefer that version. The bonuses include a minute live version of an old Bardens composition, a bonus indeed, but the regular album tracks are the stars of the show.
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