Released in 1974, almost a year to the day after their debut album, 'Mirage' saw Camel take their unique prog brilliance to a new level.
Released on 29 October 1979, Camel’s ‘I Can See Your House From Here’ was the band’s most eclectic album to date, straddling prog and electro-pop.
A slew of classic rock, soul and jazz titles have been reissued on SHM-CD. Using technology developed in Japan, they offer stunning sound quality.
Released on 26 March 1976, Camel's fourth album, Moonmadness, was a stratospheric flight from one of prog rock's finest bands, and it remains a career high.
Procol Harum will headline the Prog In The Park Stage at the 2016 Ramblin' Man Fair in Kent next July, with Hawkwind among the other attractions.
The Ramblin' Man Fair comes to Surrey this weekend (July 25-26) with Gregg Allman, Camel, Marillion, Seasick Steve and many more.
On 25 February 2015, the world lost Chris Rainbow, a fine singer who made some brilliant records in the 70s and worked with Camel, among others.
Prog one for you. Richard Sinclair, the former bass player with Caravan also played with Hatfield and the North and for a couple of years Camel.
Peter Gabriel and Rick Wakeman were among the big winners at last night’s Prog Awards, as were Camel and Uriah Heep.
uDiscover previews prog's big night, as Prog Magazine stages its third annual Progressive Music Awards tomorrow (September 11).
We bring you, not one, but eleven classic Prog vinyl reissues on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl with exact reproductions of the artwork of the original LPs
Barclay James Harvest reached a new level with their 1977 classic, 'Down To Earth'.
Released in April 1975, The Snow Goose remains one of Camel's most accomplished works, and an album that the band has continued to perform in its entirety.
uDiscover has curated a playlist of some of the best prog music out there in order to celebrate the weekend with an unbeatable Prog Rock playlist.
What is Prog Rock? Rick Wakeman stated that for musicians, it 'wasn’t just about breaking the rules, but knowing which rules to break in the first place!'