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The Snow Goose (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about The Snow Goose (Deluxe Version) by Camel. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 01:47:09 minutes.

Artist: Camel
Release date: 1975
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 32
Duration: 01:47:09
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No. Title Length
1. The Great Marsh (Instrumental) 2:04
2. Rhayader (Instrumental) 3:02
3. Rhayader Goes to Town (Instrumental) 5:20
4. Sanctuary (Instrumental) 1:05
5. Fritha (Instrumental) 1:19
6. The Snow Goose (Instrumental) 3:12
7. Friendship (Instrumental) 1:44
8. Migration (Instrumental) 2:01
9. Rhayader Alone (Instrumental) 1:50
10. Flight of the Snow Goose (Instrumental) 2:41
11. Preparation (Instrumental) 3:54
12. Dunkirk (Instrumental) 5:25
13. Epitaph (Instrumental) 2:07
14. Fritha Alone (Instrumental) 1:30
15. La Princesse Perdue (Instrumental) 4:56
16. The Great Marsh (Instrumental Reprise Version) 1:15
17. Flight of the Snow Goose (Instrumental Single Edit) 2:05
18. Rhayader (Instrumental Single Edit) 3:11
19. Rhayader Goes to Town ("Live At the Marquee" Instrumental Version) 5:07
20. The Snow Goose / Freefall ("Live At the Marquee" Instrumental Version) 11:02
21. Rhayader Goes to Town (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 5:08
22. Sanctuary (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 1:12
23. The Snow Goose (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 3:03
24. Migration (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 3:31
25. Rhayader Alone (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 1:43
26. Flight of the Snow Goose (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 2:56
27. Preparation (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 2:04
28. Dunkirk (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 5:10
29. Epitaph (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 1:16
30. La Princesse Perdue (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 4:40
31. The Great Marsh (BBC Radio One "In Concert") 1:57
32. Selections from the Snow Goose (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test") 9:39



While Camel's first two albums helped establish the band as a valuable exponent of U.K. prog rock's Canterbury scene, The Snow Goose, placed the band among the most accomplished art-rockers around. The all-instrumental suite inspired by the Paul Gallico novella of the same name is regarded as a landmark prog record, but it was originally intended to include lyrics based on the book's text; this idea was abandoned when Gallico claimed copyright infringement. It was for the best, though; the elegantly realized tunes -- each corresponding to a different section of the story -- feel absolutely complete sans words. Penned by guitarist/flautist Andy Latimer and keyboardist Pete Bardens, the individual movements of the suite employ flowing melodic lines offset by graceful counterpoint as Latimer's flute and guitar dance around Bardens's organ, synth, and piano, but when the London Symphony Orchestra enters, with sympathetic arrangements by David Bedford, The Snow Goose truly achieves the organic blend of rock and classical music that prog rock so often strives to attain.