CameLinks - Other Camel Web Sites
- Camel Productions - the Official Camel Productions website is the best place to pick up news about the band's activities, new CDs and touring.
- Camelogue, the Camel mailing list, also has a page up, which features an image gallery and registration to the mailing list. Archives of conversations since 1997 are available, and you can browse the recent posts at this location (user name = "camel", password = "Camel").
- Rajaz - The Rhythm of the Camel started out as a personal appreciation website by Allan Lavender, and has since become an active place for the avid Camel fans. The site contains a Allan's reviews and comments on Camel's studio and live albums, band history and pictures, news archive, interviews, song covers, memorabilia and more.
- Camel Archives a French website by Daniel Occhini, which specializes in research, collection and trading of footage and recording of Camel. Among the highlights are various pictures taken in live concerts.
- Moonmadness features discography with album ratings, song indices, audio samples, midi files and guitar tabs. Maintained by Lasse Ødegård in Norway.
Other Related Official Website
- Two web sites for Colin Bass and his alter ego,
Sabah Habas Mustapha. Colin has a new CD out with contributions from Andrew Latimer and Dave Stewart.
- PeteBardens.com - the late Pete Bardens' official website.
- Linden Music is Kit Watkins' elegant web site. Apart for being a wondeful musician, Kit reveals his many talents in multimedia and graphics through his marvelous site.
- Kayak Online is the official site of Ton Scherpenzeel's band, the veteran dutch progressive group Kayak.
- Nathan Mahl is Guy LeBlanc's own Canadian group.
Camel's Fans Personal Appreciation Pages
- The Camel Page features a detailed discography with the author's opinions, album covers (including some rare ones), a collage of Camel logos, a song cross reference to live versions, links, and a new section with Fan's letters from the latest tour. Maintained by Jim Preston in the US.
- The Camel Gallery, beautifully crafted by Matthew McGlynn, features genuin photos of the band, a searchable image archive, and most interesting - a voting section!
- Camel Discography, extensive and accurate, featured among other bands in Les Kneeling's web page, Music That Means Something
- Billkin lists his favourite albums in his Camel Page.
- The Cavalier Lisle Art & Design site features their contributory Camel Tour Poster for the 1998 tour (the poster was never officially released).
- A Critical Review in German of most albums is available in the German Babyblauen Seiten Prog Review site.
Camel MIDI and other Music Files
Relevant Discographies and Info Pages
- Calyx - The Canterbury Website is an outstanding
site dedicated to bands from the Canterbury Scene. Among the volumes of information it stores, there is also a fine Camel discography (although Camel wasn't a "proper" Canterbury band). Information
is also available about Richard and David Sinclair of the Caravan and the Hatfield and the North fame.
Much interesting is Calyx's information about Mirage as well as Andy Ward.
- Music That Means Something, Les Kneeling's index of personal favourite music and the relevant places to look for it on the web. Les made an impressive effort of compiling his own discographies for artists which lack a worthy web sites, such as Caravan... and Camel :-)
- Musart - The Canterbury Scene Musicians web pages reveal the current activities of Andy Ward, Richard Sinclair, Dave Sinclair and other musicians.
- Elephant Talk - The Robert Fripp and King Crimson Web Site maintains a Mel Collin's Discography .
- The Progressive Rock Web Site includes
The Gibraltar Encyclopedia of Progressive Rock,
based of net users' posting to the Gibraltar progressive rock mailing list, dates back to the early days of the Internet. Gibraltar is
one of the richest sources of information for progressive fans.
- An Interview with Andrew Latimer regarding the 1997 tour, from The Exposé Reader.
- The Avenue, a fan site dedicated to the works of Alan Parsons Project, contains biographies for Chris Rainbow and David Paton who worked with Camel on various albums.
Related Web Music References and others
- The All Music Guide used to be a mail-based search and reply engine,
from which I originally got a lot of the technical stuff in the discography. Nowadays its a gigantic www site listing
thousands of albums, including line ups, track lists, ratings and references to sites where you
can buy your selected album.
- The Artist Shop, a web site CD store that acts as a cooperative for independent and artist owned labels, has a page for Camel's CD catalog. It also features pages for Kit Watkins, Caravan and Richard Sinclair. Recently, the Artist Shop has conducted an IRC Chat with Andrew Latimer and Colin Bass.
And The Humble Yours Truly...
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