Camel, in the BARTS on the 18th of March

The concert signals the return of one of the survivors of the prog-rock generation

Camel, one of the maximum exponents of the progressive rock genre, so in vogue in the 70s, return to the stage in a self-vindicating tour which will include Barcelona. On the 18th of March in the BARTS, founder member Andy Latimer will lead a formation consisting of Colin Bass on bass and vocals, Denis Clement on drums, Guy LeBlanc on keyboards and special guest, Jan Schelhaus.

Having not played live for more than 10 years, in mid-2013 the English band decided to take to the road once again and, in the concert in Barcelona the band have decided to offer two distinct parts, the first of which will consist of a full-length interpretation of The Snow Goose (1975), their third and most popular studio album. Following a brief interlude they will present a selection of the most popular songs from their career.

While they have not released anything new since 2002, Camel is known for combining elements of jazz, classical and baroque music, blues, and even electronic music, to produce albums that have been noted for their creativity and technical precision.

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Publication date: Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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