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Camel Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Camel Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Slow Yourself Down
2 Nimrodel, The Procession, The White Rider
3 Fingertips
4 Free fall
5 Long Goodbyes
6 Earthrise
7 Lies
8 Mystic Queen
9 Lady Fantasy: Encounter / Smiles For You / Lady Fantasy
10 The Homecoming
11 After Words
12 Epitaph
13 Never Let Go
14 Friendship
15 The Snow Goose
16 Missing
17 West Berlin
18 Irish Air
19 Who We Are
20 Please Come Home
21 A Nod And A Wink
22 Rain Dances
23 Metrognome
24 Sanctuary
25 You Make Me Smile
26 The Birthday Cake
27 Aristillus
28 Rose Of Sharon
29 Manic
30 Rhayader Alone
31 Your Love Is Stranger Than Mine
32 Chord Change
33 Simple Pleasures
34 Highways Of The Sun
35 Flight of the Snow Goose
36 Dunkirk
37 Curiosity
38 End Of The Day
39 Starlight Ride
40 Rainbow's End
41 Fritha Alone
42 Cloak And Dagger Man
43 Supertwister
44 Nude
45 La Princesse Perdue
46 Eyes Of Ireland
47 Survival
48 Docks
49 The Snow Goose / Freefall ("Live At the Marquee" Instrumental Version)
50 Separation
51 Beached
52 Rhayader Goes to Town
53 Fritha
54 Tell Me
55 Landscapes
56 The Great Marsh (Instrumental Reprise Version)
57 Pressure Points
58 Go West
59 Unevensong
60 Changing Places
61 Flight of the Snow Goose (Instrumental Single Edit)
62 Refugee
63 Heroes
64 Lullabye
65 Pomp & Circumstance
66 Rhayader (Instrumental Single Edit)
67 Stationary Traveller
68 Hymn to Her
69 Freefall
70 Reflections
71 First Light
72 Vopos
73 Ice
74 You Are the One
75 Captured
76 Harbour Of Tears
77 City Life
78 Heart's Desire
79 Homage to the God of Light
80 Rajaz
81 Drafted
82 Six Ate
83 Lunar Sea
84 Camelogue
85 The Great Marsh
86 Shout
87 Arubaluba
88 Migration
89 No Easy Answer
90 Rhayader
91 Summer Lightning
92 Nude's Return
93 Never Let Go (Single Version)
94 Preparation
95 Today's Goodbye
96 Rhayader Goes to Town ("Live At the Marquee" Instrumental Version)

Camel Bio

Camel are an English progressive rock band formed in 1971. An important figure in the Canterbury scene, the group has been releasing studio and live recordings steadily, with considerable success, since their formation.

Andrew Latimer (guitar), Andy Ward (drums) and Doug Ferguson (bass) had been playing as a trio called The Brew around the Guildford, Surrey area of England. They recruited Peter Bardens (keyboards) and after an initial gig to fulfill a Bardens commitment on 8 October 1971 in Belfast, Northern Ireland under the name of Peter Bardens' On, they changed their name to Camel and their first gig was at Waltham Forest Technical College, London supporting Wishbone Ash on 4 December.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camel_(band)