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Although this is not their best recording in my opinion, it is good enough.
This is a moody and atmospheric album created in the Camel tradition of classically influenced jazz-rock and is the last of Camel's "progressive" recordings.
I find it still sounding fresh, and this is an album that clearly has stood the test of time.
I ordered this for my husband the Camel listener, but I enjoy their music, too. It's a lovely album that holds up well over time.Published 5 months ago by Kathryn A.
This kind of epic rock album with movements akin to classical were once wildly popular thanks in large part to bands like Pink Floyd and RUSH. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Sarita
Rain Dances by Camel almost fully consists of atmospheric, low key jazz-inflicted instrumentals where most of the compelling riffs are dominated by Pete Bardens' Yamaha synths with... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Luis Mejia
When this album originally came out in 1977, I was a HS teenager growing up in Belgium and, like many of my friends, knee-deep into prog-rock. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Paul Allaer
doesn't quite hold up to their earlier stuff but it is still a great album, jazzier and has a nice flow to it, I enjoyed itPublished on April 25, 2011 by Adam
Most of the Camel reissues we have seen are labors of love, posessing exclusive bonus tracks as well as a wealth of photos and informative liner notes. Read morePublished on February 6, 2010 by EtherealCereal
Just in case anyone doesn't know, this CD was rereleased again in 2009; It's a German import but not too expensive; it sounds fine and it has 7 bonus tracks on it. Read morePublished on January 22, 2010 by Michael O. Brown
This group has a very relaxing progressive rock style. It is very keyboard based and has classic instrumental sounds that make me remember some other british bands like UK. Read morePublished on January 16, 2010 by E. L. Jimenez
1977 - Janus Records
Features : Andrew Latimer / Peter Bardens / Andy Ward / Richard Sinclair / Mel Collins
Songs Include :
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