Following a recent change in the site's design, no links are available in this page!
- I made a new desktop wallpaper- this one's based on Camel's debut album cover.
- Genis Parra added John Tracy's liner notes to the recent 25th Anniversary Compilation, as well as a scan of the album's cover, and some technical info.
- Some sounds added to the Desktop project.
- Genis Parra from Barcelona informed me of a new Camel compilation by Deram - The 25th Anniversary Compilation (I don't know the actual title yet). This new compilations [finally] features a few rare
and single-only tracks, as well as liner notes by John Tracy.
- Shingo Doi has written a detailed explaination to the album Nude. This interesting article reveals the story behind the album. It is in the Notes and Articles section.
- Tim Miller's MP3 sample of a Camel rare track, Nobody Knows is available in the Links section.
- The Camel Desktop Project is an attempt to CAMELize your computer's desktop enviroment.
- Camel Poll Results are now available in the Misc. section. The poll was done in April/May 1997 by Brett Tiesmaki on the Camel Mailing List, where readers voted for their favourite Camel album and song.
- An explaination to the song title Aristillus was submitted into the Moonmadness entry.
- Henk Maeghs, from Netherlands, kindly submitted an Interview with Andrew Latimer he'd done for his radio program, at the night of the 1997 Tilburg gig.
- The liner notes for Breathless are now available in the Notes & Articles section.
- ...Which also adds a new rarity to the list of Camel's rare tracks available at the Misc. section.
- Yet another contribution from Paul Brow (Hooray!) made this site gain extra KiloBytes to feature the Nude Tour Program in the Tours section. Thanks again, Paul!
- Thanks to the effort of Paul Brow, we now have the Rain Dances Tour Program available on-line in the Tours section. More to come soon!
- Some info regarding a Camel Song Book came from Marcos Sueiro and Rene Baltus, along with correction to some song lyrics from Breathless.
- An interview with Andrew Latimer from 1997.
- Err... Just a minor effort to show the world I'm not dead or something... The albums covers are in place and there's a 'Nude' addition to the Llama Chronicles.
- A few new silly puns at the Humour Section, mostly due to the recent 'Metal' Camel music, on the mailing list.
- Stan, from Stan and the Sequencers, sums up into the tiniest details how his and DoorC's MIDI files were ripped off and came to appear on the Harbour of Joy tribute album. Most interesting thing, at the Links list.
- The Humour section is up! Check it out!
- And yet another new Camel site in the Links sections.
- Aymeric Leroy submitted a short interview with Andy Latimer, from his progressive rock magazine, Big Bang. The article is available under Liner Notes (I'll have to change that icon soon...) along with a listing of some other articles.
- Errr... A personal update - if you want, you can catch a glimpse of me (no frontal nudity this time!). I've got a small page of my Trip to London with pictures of Camel and me.
- A lot of new stuff was added to the site in the last three months. It often happens that 'MISC' sections get larger and larger when new stuff comes in without a particular theme. As I saw this happening, I have re-organized the site, as you can see in the navigating buttons above.
- A new section, dedicated to Humour (spelled intentionally in the British manner, as this is about to be Pythonesque) is coming up soon.It's well known the people in Camel are funny. This section will list some inner jokes as well as any other related ones.
- The Songs Cross Reference page (still under Misc. has been updated.
- Have any of you ever checked the Rarities and Oddities page? Well - check it out, it's interesting! I've added a new entry for a another missing song - In the Arms of Waltzing Frauleins.
- Carlos Avendano has submitted a new TAB transcription - Chord Change.
- Camel latest installment, On the Road 1981, is now added to the discography section. The new release features most of the Nude album performed live by the line-up from I Can See Your House From Here.
- All of Camel's lyrics (well, almost all...) are now available in a new CameLyrics page, with the generous help of Aymeric Leroy, who's excellent Canterbury Music web page, Calyx, is a must-see.
- A Camel tribute site is up, by John Marques Carramao, featuring exclusive pictures taken at the first Camel
concert at New George's in San Rafael, CA on March 6 1997.
- New info about the upcoming tour in the Tour Info page!!! (new info submitted by Jeff Gebhardt)
- John Tracy's Liner Notes for Mirage were submitted by Stan Rosenthal, as well as the notes for Landscapes. The Single Factor notes were submitted by Greg Chudov. The Liner Notes section was therefore split into a single file, reachable from the Misc. section.
- The I Can See Your House From Here Tour Program is now available, submitted by John Shelton.
- A new MIDI page, Stan and the Sequencers is up, listing some Camel and related stuff from The Snow Goose and I Can See..., available from the Links section.
- Locations and telephones for Tour Dates for March 10th - 12th has been updated (thanks to Debbie Dyke.)
- All the back issues of CP's Nature of the Beast are now available online! In case you've missed some, here's where you can read the back issues from 1992 till 1996.
- The lyrics for Dust and Dreams and Harbour of Tears are now available on-line.
- Nick Loebner informed me (well, actually, about a month ago but I forgot to add it) about a single which features alternative takes to Camel songs. Could we be hoping for an official release of a CD with alternative recordings and rare material?
- What about a new album? A new live release is due, and more. Read all about it in the FAQ.
- A new section for past Tour Programmes is available in the Misc. section. The first one is the Breathless Tour Program.
- TOUR DATES!!! now with a bit of reference.
- Official full list of tour dates from Camel Production.
- Some new albums trivia notes were added, thanks to Magnus Eneskär's contribution of the Echoes liner notes.
- An addition to the John Tracy Liner Notes page was submitted by the kind Jeff Gebhardt. What a wonderful article! It comes from the Decca release of Pressure Points and presents a detailed history of the band.
- Another addition, by yet another kind contriutor, is Mickey Marchello's posting of the original scenes descriptions of The Snow Goose. These were available on the original release of the album, but were omitted soon afterwards, when Paul Galico refrained to give Camel the rights to use the name of his book.
- Did you know David Sinclair participated in the recording of Breathless?
- Finally!!! The FAQ is here!
- Well, Jeff's idea regarding I Can See Your House From Here apparently wasn't true...
- The release of the new The Nature of the Beast contributed two interesting trivia notes to The Snow Goose and the Moonmadness pages.
- Jeff Gebhardt's thoughts are quite interesting, as well as the joke he submitted regarding I Can See Your House From Here.
- A few reports about faults with Breathless and A Compact Compilation are now listed
- Apparently, Doug Ferguson did play in another band after leaving Camel...
- The site has also undergone some cosmetic changes to fit more properly into 640x480 screen displays. Of course, minor error corrections always occure when I stumble upon them...
- Ah yes... The new FAQ, a collaboration with the Moonmadness site is due in a short while, and the icon is already up there (but nothing more than that...) Thanks to all [the few] who directed questions!
- The lyrics to The Single Factor, submitted to the web by Greg Chudov, now available.
- A Real Audio sample of No Easy Answer, courtesy of Greg's Camel Page, is available in the The Single Factor album information.
- Alan Mallery sent me an update about the song Docks from the album Nude
- And I also found another site that keeps photos of progressive bands, check it out at the Links section!
- A Song Cross Index now replaces the Live Songs Index.
- Carlos Avendano's tabs for Pressure Points are available.
- Various updates were sent from Susan Hoover, clarifying a few things about Mirage (a section now moved to the Bardens Discography), Doug Ferguson, and the Harbour of Joy tribute CD.
- Links to Midi files from Tom Nicolaides' The Progressive Rock Midi Web Server are now available with his kind permission.
- A Local MIDI Page is available as well, initialized by David F Kelly's sequence of The Snow Goose. The page is available from the Misc. section.
- Some more info about Camel's members solo careers is available thanks to the help of Jose Douglas.
- Harbour of Joy, a Camel tribute CD has been added to the discography at the "compilations" section. The data was fetched from postings to the mailing list, mostly by Brandan and Chris.
- The Weeping Camel animation has been updated (featured at the bottom of the Welcome page, you're welcome to use it as a link to this page!)
- The site status has been updated to Semi Official.
- The lyrics are now formatted in HTML.
- Tabs and Lyrics are now embedded in the album details in the discography. Future updates will link songs to MIDI and sound files as well.
- CD Liner Notes from some DERAM CD Releases are available on the misc. section.
- Creation of the Weeping Camel animation at the Welcome page.
- Some minor other updates of the Welcome page.
October 3rd - New Site is UP!
- Addition of Eyes of Irland to the Guitar TAB Transctiptions.
- Addition of album lyrics to the Misc. section.
- The Links list has been updated.
- Some more info about the obscure and rare Greasy Truckers album.
- Addition of two Guitar TAB transcriptions of songs from
Camel's debut album, now available on these pages.
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