Getting in touch with Camel and Camel Productions
Camel Production (CP for short) is a self owned company which has been managing Camel for over a decade now.
The best thing to do (if you haven't done it so far) is to visit their web site
(www.CamelProductions.com) where you can find updated news, more information about
the band, as well as purchase CDs of the band's latest offerings.
Camel Production publishes an e-mail based newsletter, entitled The Nature of the eBeast.
To subscribe to the CP newsletter, please go to this location,
or send a letter to email@example.com.
Where to buy Camel albums
Here is a list of Resources where you can order Camel's Albums.
Camel Productions releases are available in
the UK by Pinnacle Records. In Spain they are distributed through DiscMedi.
Camel's CDs have been released by several labels, but I wish
to express my believe that the ones by DERAM label are the most rewarding ones,
at least when it comes to the informative sleeve notes. Regarding the sound
quality - this I've never seriously examined, but I'm content with all the
DERAM CDs I've got. I welcome any other opinions from you, dear reader.
Getting to know more about Camel
- You'll find a lot of material at this site's Paper Archives. John Tracy's CD liner notes are
a reliable source for Camel's history, and many of them are currently available. You can also read a few interviews with Andrew Latimer, or visit related links on the web.
- Information from the latest years was brought to the fans via Camel's own newsletter, The Nature of the Beast. Web versions of these
papers are available on this server in the Paper Archives. I recommend that you'd read
an interview with Andy Latimer, from the Autumn 1994 issue.
- There's a usenet Camel
Mailing list. Here's how
to contact Camelogue :
Register by sending e-mail with "subscribe" as the subject title to
or, if you prefer a weekly digest, send it to:
See you there!
- Check out the Links page for various
web page which relate to Camel. I recommend Brendan Newport's site, which includes an great history background, and Lasse Odegaard's site features a detailed list of Camel's members.
- If you want to catch a little of the spirit, you can take a look at Camel's live tour Programs, also featured in this site. These also feature some articles.
Related Media and Arts
- Paul Gallico's "The Snow Goose".
- John Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath".
- John Ronald Reuel Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings - The Fellowship of the
Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King", "The Hobbit".
- Herman Hesse's "Siddhartha" was the basis for a rare unreleased track, River Man.
- A short section from the book "Heroic Failures" initiated Susan Hoover's concept for the album Nude.
- John Ford's "The Grapes of Wrath"
- "The Snow Goose" (TV movie)
Click here to read about Camel's rare tracks.
Click here to view the Camel poll results.
Click here to access the Camel desktop project.
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