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Snow Goose and Moonmadness are both epics.
 

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Snow Goose and Moonmadness are both epics.
Those are the only Camel albums I have. Really like both though, great songs and fantastic music. I was jamming with a friend of mine the other day playing some songs off the Snow Goose. I was playing guitar and he was doing the organ stuff. It was a lot of fun, the guitar playing has loads of little nuances in the lead lines.
 

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Those are the only Camel albums I have. Really like both though, great songs and fantastic music. I was jamming with a friend of mine the other day playing some songs off the Snow Goose. I was playing guitar and he was doing the organ stuff. It was a lot of fun, the guitar playing has loads of little nuances in the lead lines.
That's the truth. Latimer is so expressive in his leads, and he and Bardens created some of the most beautiful melodies together.
 

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