The Last Poets - The Last Poets (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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As a concept album all tracks are linked and all are great. The CD 4 has eighteen tracks. Still, it isn't a bad album either. These four tracks are some of the best tracks on that album. These tracks are good enough to be present here. Conclusion: "Rainbow's End? A Camel Anthology - " is focused on Camel's long association with Decca which yielded some of the best and most prog material ever made by them.

It features key album tracks plus rare studio and live recordings. Housed The Last Poets - The Last Poets (Vinyl a hardback book package, the lavish booklet contains previously unseen photographs, memorabilia and an essay by Mark Powell. Taken as a whole, the compilation does an admirable job of showing the various sides of Camel. A judicious selection of live and studio cuts, single oriented tracks and especially deep album numbers paint an accurate and fascinating portrait.

While not as timeless as some of their contemporaries, Camel produced a body of work that well worth investigation. The newcomers will be very well served by "Rainbow's End". However, The Last Poets - The Last Poets (Vinyl may also want to seek out for the more straightforward "Lunar Sea" compilation, or even "Echoes". Prog is my Ferrari. I am probably one of the very few Camel fans who actually enjoy this album. Obviously someone at Universal Music shares my enthusiasm because it finally got a CD release in Japan last year much to my pleasant surprise.

Obviously as a single vinyl LP originally, there is no way it could ever manage to be fully representative so the compilers have simply taken a minimum of one track off all the Deram Lps. Fortunately with a couple of exceptions, this compilation has managed to cherry pick many of my favourite tracks. I was never as enthusiastic about Moon Madness as most fans seem to be but I always liked "Song Within a Song" from that album and here it is- track 4.

I actually really liked the Raindances album and my favourite from that album "Unevensong" is here as well. I Can See My House From Here saw the group moving into dangerously commercial waters and unfortunately this compilation includes "Remote Romance" from that album which is the most irritating song they ever recorded.

There are actually quite a few decent tracks from that album which the compiler could have chosen but there you go. There Album) much more comprehensive collections like the 2CD Echoes but I actually find those exhaustive compliations a bit tough to get through. Ironically unlike single LP samplers which make no attempt to be comprehensive but work as an album when listening to these blockbuster 2CD collections I spend most of the time irritated by the tracks they omit.

So again- I realise I am in the minority but I still recommend Chameleon as an excellent sampler and a very enjoyable album in its own right 4 stars social review comments Review Permalink Posted Thursday, August 26, Review this album Report Review There are so many references to the past, to the eternal child who lives in each of us as in the acoustic-pastoral "A Boy 's Life" I try to see through your eyes, but life continues to change the point of view.

Are we so different? It's a boy's life after all Flutes, acoustic guitars and keyboards intersect in a whirlwind of meaningful emotions. The fast-paced rhythm of the song's finale introduces one of the most picturesque moments of the record, but I would also dare to say of the entire Camel discography: "Fox Hill". It is still the acoustic guitars, supported by the keyboards of Guy Leblanc to open the song.

The story of fox hunting is told, a story that ended badly? Indeed it is she who challenges the English aristocrats in this Album) I lead them all in a happy dance" Around four minutes we find an interesting guitar and keyboard duet that takes up the initial theme, to close once again with a very inspired Latimer. The few lines of "The Miller's tale", one of my favorite pieces, bring back the typical Camelian atmosphere built on a guitar arpeggio accompanied by the omnipresent flute.

Here Latimer surpasses himself, in a few lines he sings beautifully, then the atmosphere darkens and the cello and oboe forcefully take over in a crescendo ending No need for words. They are like one thing. And now the summer is over, the light on the fields gets old? The unmissable instrumental by Camel, highly recognizable, keeps the level of the album high.

It is an interesting piece, also from a compositional point of view, but which perhaps descends a step below the previous Rajaz's "Sahara". However, there is a great deal of work on the drums with notable rhythmic variations.

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