Camel - The Snow Goose (1975) [Deram POCD-1822, Japan]  Music

Posted by v3122 at Jan. 22, 2017
Camel - The Snow Goose (1975) [Deram POCD-1822, Japan]

Camel - The Snow Goose (1975)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
1991 | Deram, POCD-1822 | ~ 229 or 103 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 81 Mb
Progressive Rock

Camel's classic period started with The Snow Goose, an instrumental concept album based on a novella by Paul Gallico. Although there are no lyrics on the album – two songs feature wordless vocals – the music follows the emotional arc of the novella's story, which is about a lonely man named Rhayader who helps nurse a wounded snow goose back to health with the help of a young girl called Fritha he recently befriended…
Guildford Choral Society, Hilary Davan Wetton - Gustav Holst: The Morning of the Year, The Golden Goose, King Estmere (1996)

Guildford Choral Society, Hilary Davan Wetton - Gustav Holst: The Morning of the Year, The Golden Goose, King Estmere (1996)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 72:10 | 333 MB
Genre: Classical, Choral | Label: Hyperion | Catalog: CDA66784

Some composers really deserve their reputation as artists whose fame rests on a single work, but with Holst the popularity of The Planets really has obscured the large quantity of good music he wrote in other forms. Part of the problem also stemmed from his daughter, Imogene, who was severely critical of her father's work and whose baleful influence persists to this day. These three choral ballets contain a large measure of delightful and wholly characteristic music. It's crime that we have had to wait until now for a complete recording of them, and fortunately these performances make a strong case for many more.

Goose Creek Symphony - s/t (1970)  Music

Posted by TestTickles at Nov. 19, 2015
Goose Creek Symphony - s/t (1970)

Goose Creek Symphony - s/t (1970)
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 258 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 103 mb
Genre: country rock, country, folk, classic rock

Goose Creek Symphony is the 1970 album by the Goose Creek Symphony. Released in Capitol Records, some had erroneously called it Est. 1970 due to the handwriting on the front cover, but that was part of the image, not the actual title. although it was given that title on the CD reissue. The band consisted of Ritchie Hart, Bob Henke III, Paul Howard, Mike McFadden, and Dave Birkett. This comes from a CD released in 2000 by EMI-Capitol Music Special Products. Thank you to the original uploader.
Camel - The Snow Goose (2013 Version) (1975) (2014, 2CD, Japan BELLE 142285~6)

Camel - The Snow Goose (1975) (2013 Version, 2CD)
Year & Label: 2014, Marquee Inc., Japan | CD#: BELLE 142285~6
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Art Rock/Symphonic Prog | FLAC: 580 MB | Artwork: 40 MB | MP3: 000 MB | 5% WinRAR Recovery

EAC Secure-rip with LOG+CUE+COVERS | Source: torrnets
Japanese edition with bonus Live CD

This 2013 edition of their classic ‘Snow Goose’ album has been completely & lovingly Re-Recorded & Re-Packaged by Andy Latimer & co.! Inspired by a short story written by Paul Gallico, this beautiful album was one of the band’s most popular releases, and it has been lovingly Re-Recorded by the 2013 line-up to coincide with their autumn European comeback tour.

Goose Creek Symphony - Goin' Home (2002)  Music

Posted by mr. magoo at Jan. 2, 2010
Goose Creek Symphony - Goin' Home (2002)

Goose Creek Symphony - Goin' Home (2002)
EAC AccurateRip | FLAC + Log + Cue | Scans | 299 MB | HF + RS | 5% recovery
Label: Cedar Glen Music Group CGM 1022-2 | Genre: Folk

It's hard to resist Goose Creek Symphony, an unabashed hillbilly outfit who like to rock a little, mess around with bluegrass, and tell fractured tall tales in a back porch style that falls somewhere between an Appalachian version of the Grateful Dead and Frank Zappa (if Zappa had been raised in Kentucky). Goin' Home might not be as sharp as the group's classic early albums from the 1970s (Established 1970, Words of Earnest), but it shares the same irreverent country joy, and leader (and main songwriter) Charlie Gearheart's odd, sideways view of life is as arresting and infectious as the jaw harp he frequently plays. Among the highlights here are the country funky "Gob Sows," the slow-down plea "Livin' in a Panic," and the bizarre (but totally normal in Goose world) "Say "Hi" to the Toad." Listeners new to the Creek's down-the-holler shenanigans might want to start with the earlier albums, but already converted Gooseheads will no doubt welcome any new installment from this amazingly long-lived band.

Goose Creek Symphony - Words Of Earnest (1972)  Music

Posted by mr. magoo at Jan. 1, 2010
Goose Creek Symphony - Words Of Earnest (1972)

Goose Creek Symphony - Words Of Earnest (1972)
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Label: Southern Music Distribution 72438-19684-2-0 | Genre: Folk

Goose Creek Symphony's frontman Charles Gearhart continues his admirable imitation of the Band's warm country-rock on . The opening track, "Gearhart and God," finds the singer good-naturedly pleading with the man upstairs for help writing a song, promising to split the royalties 50/50. The whole album is full of slightly tongue-in-cheek stories about fishin' holes and the good life livin' in the country, each warmly backed by Fred Wise's loose fiddle or the occasional Dixieland/Salvation Army brass band. Similar to a lot of the Grateful Dead's more countrified stuff, these down-home rockers make for great summertime porch music.

Goose Creek Symphony - Welcome To Goose Creek (1971)  Music

Posted by mr. magoo at Jan. 1, 2010
Goose Creek Symphony - Welcome To Goose Creek (1971)

Goose Creek Symphony - Welcome To Goose Creek (1971)
EAC AccurateRip | FLAC + Log + Cue | Scans | 263 MB | HF + RS | 5% recovery
Label: Southern Music Distribution 72438-19683-2-1 | Genre: Folk

Cut from the same cloth as their debut released a year earlier, this collection of songs is not as memorable. Mastermind Charles Gearheart, billed as Ritchie Hart on the first album, sounds more self-conscious here and the yokel factor is higher. The transplanted Arizonian shows his Kentucky roots by covering the Bill Monroe classic "Uncle Pen."

Goose Creek Symphony - Est. 1970 (1970)  Music

Posted by mr. magoo at Dec. 31, 2009
Goose Creek Symphony - Est. 1970 (1970)

Goose Creek Symphony - Est. 1970 (1970)
EAC AccurateRip | FLAC + Log + Cue | Scans | 253 MB | HF + RS | 5% recovery
Label: Southern Music Distribution 72438-19682-2-2 | Genre: Folk

Goose Creek Symphony found its roots in the Phoenix, AZ, area originally as a countrified side project for Richie Hart & the Heart Beats. Vocalist and guitarist Charles Gearheart (aka Richie Hart) spent his childhood "up Goose Creek Hollow" in Floyd County, KY, and when he put together his good-time country-rock group, he drew upon his home's rich musical heritage as well as its name. In 1970, Gearheart and a group of local studio musicians assembled a handful of songs and presented them to Capitol Records. Capitol signed his project, forcing Gearheart to assemble a touring group. Banjo player and fiddler Fred Weisz was brought in to complement existing guitarists Paul Spradlin (listed as "Paul Howard" on the album), Bob Henke ("Williard"), Mike McFadden (following the breakup of his psychedelic group Superfine Dandelion), as well as a rotating cast of bassists and drummers. With a sound very similar to what the Band was doing at the same time, Goose Creek Symphony were rock & rollers who played a very faithful brand of country music, all the while layering rhythms and harmonies along the same lines as Buffalo Springfield and the Grateful Dead. They released albums through the mid-'70s, with that streak ending in a long hiatus from 1976 to 1990, when the group decided to re-form and record again. Their marriage of earthy instrumentation and easygoing vibes have been able to give the group a certain longevity. Into their third decade, Goose Creek Symphony is drawing strong groups of fans to their summer festival appearances, similar to what the Dead and Jimmy Buffett have known.

If the Grateful Dead had come from Kentucky instead of San Francisco, they might have sounded much like these guys. "This song might sound kinda strange, but it's got more soul than Home on the Range," they accurately sing in "Talk About Goose Creek and Other Important Places," an eight-minute psychedelic showstopper complete with Beatles-style tape tricks. This album is a fun listen that can suck even a city slicker into a stoned, good-time, backhills vibe.

Camel - Mirage + The Snow Goose (1974-5)  Music

Posted by frangarbla at Sept. 29, 2009
Camel - Mirage + The Snow Goose (1974-5)

Camel - Mirage + The Snow Goose
LP rip, MP3, 320 kbps CBR. | 97.85 Mb (Mirage) + 110.36 Mb (The Snow Goose) | 37:36 minutes (Mirage) + 42:46 minutes (The Snow Goose) | Full Covers.
rock, progressive rock | Decca Records, Recorded in 1974-5 | Cd issued on August 20, 2002

Double LP published by Decca in 1976 containing their albums "Mirage" & "The Snow Goose"...

Camel – The Snow Goose 1975  Music

Posted by Maslik at July 4, 2005
Daruma уже предлагал нам один альбом Camel - Harbour Of Tears. Хочу предложить ещё один альбом Camel - The Snow Goose 1975г.

Camel "The Snow Goose" 1975
MP3 VBR Joint Stereo 64 mB