Camel Pressure Points Live In Concert 1984

Pressure Points: Live In Concert is a live album by English progressive rock group Camel.

It was recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on 11th May 1984 during the tour to promote the Stationary Traveller studio album.

Camel Pressure Points Live In Concert

Songs On Camel Pressure Points Live In Concert

CD 1
1. Pressure Points
2. Drafted
3. Captured
4. Lies
5. Refugee (bonus)
6. Vopos (bonus)
7. Stationary Traveller (bonus)
8. West Berlin
9. Fingertips

CD 2
1. Sasquatch
2. Wait
3. Cloak and Dagger Man (bonus)
4. Long Goodbyes (bonus)
5. Rhayader
6. Rhayader Goes to Town
7. Lady Fantasy (bonus)

This was originally released as a single vinyl album but it has since been extended into a double CD to give you more idea of what a complete Camel concert was like in 1984.

Camel at this stage were:

Andrew Latimer – lead guitar, vocals
Ton Scherpenzeel – keyboards
Chris Rainbow – vocals, keyboards
Richie Close – keyboards
Colin Bass – bass, vocals
Paul Burgess – drums

Former members of Camel, Pete Bardens and Mel Collins made guest appearances on keyboards and saxophone.

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