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CAMEL Lift Up A Massive Box Set

April 17, 2023

2023 marks the 50th anniversary of CAMEL‘s self-titled debut longplay, one of the most memorable statements in the field of prog-rock with instrumental slant, and what’s a better way to celebrate this date than to embark on a tour and … Continue reading

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Dave Sinclair Raids His Archives

July 20, 2021

It’s almost impossible to imagine what Canterbury scene would look like without the imposing presence of Dave Sinclair whose stints with, above all, CARAVAN for whom the keyboard player co-penned a lot of classics, but also with MATCHING MOLE and … Continue reading

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CAMEL Report From Albert Hall

September 4, 2019

It was about one year ago, on September 17th, 2018 that the mighty CAMEL played a remarkable concert in a remarkable venue, performing their 1976 masterpiece “Moonmadness” in its entirety at the Royal Albert Hall. And now the quartet – … Continue reading

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Guy LeBlanc, R.I.P.

April 28, 2015

On April 27th, Guy LeBlanc passed away, aged only 54. Known to many as a latter-day keyboard player for CAMEL and to prog aficionados as a mastermind of NATHAN MAHL, we’ve been in touch sporadically for many years – Guy one … Continue reading

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CAMEL set “The Snow Goose” on the wing again

September 26, 2013

For some years, the future of legendary proggers CAMEL was uncertain due to the band’s leader Andy Latimer’s battle with cancer, so it was with great relief that the news of their short tour October came through. The group are to focus on … Continue reading

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