Best Camel SongsArngrim4 Camel are an English progressive rock band formed in 1971.
What are the best Camel songs?
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It must be the first! This song has the best rhyhtm, the best guitar, the best lyrics and all the best of Camel. It represents Camel. A great part of the persons who listen Camel started listening them with this song. I am one of them. I love this song, and I hope all the persons that are reading this list to hear it.
The first minute is the greatest thing EVER. - SammySpore
Best camel song in my opinion.
The version from Never Let go is killer. It is such an emotional piece with such a beautiful guitar solo.
Best name for a song. - Brobusky
The flute riff is something unbelievable.
I love this song, everything is great, I think it should be at least in the top 10! - EdwardDurden_2000
Wow, this song is Great, I think It must be at second position
How in the world this song is not in the top10?
One of the best guitar solosV 1 Comment
Awesome song with really influential lyrics! - EdwardDurden_2000
Absolute classic track. The guitar playing on this is out of this world.
Why it is the best? you just simply can't have a better intro than this... Makes me feel like a roman soldier coming back from war. The keyboard solo is just so insane with the drums, and the last part such a nice conclusion. The "echo" from the notes makes it feel like the song is played in an aquarium or under water - Rapha
Such a haunting song. Their best work in my opinion.
By far Camel's best.
Shouldn't be so low - RalphSaad
Best track of camel
This is the best
I thought it'd be on top 10 at least. - zxm
Almost 20 years after their original creation as a band, they create this masterpiece of an album as if they were still in the 70's. One of the most incredible, involving, and passionate pieces of art ever to come out of the progressive rock movement.
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