℗ ℗ 1974 Janus Records
 

Mirage

Camel

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1
Freefall
Camel
5:54
2
Supertwister
Camel
3:23
3
Nimrodel / The Procession / The White Rider
Camel
9:18
4
Earthrise
Camel
6:41
Lady Fantasy  
5
Encounter / Smiles for You / Lady Fantasy
Camel
12:45
Total Playing Time    38:01
Mirage is the second studio album by the English progressive rock band Camel, released on 1 March 1974. It features songs such as "The White Rider" and "Lady Fantasy". It is also a showcase for Andrew Latimer's flute, played in "Supertwister".

There are five tracks on Mirage, two over 9 minutes. Those two are multi-part songs: "Lady Fantasy" and "Nimrodel/The Procession/The White Rider", the latter being about The Lord of the Rings. The album was originally released on Gama Records/Deram Records.

In 2014, readers of Prog Magazine voted the album, recorded at Island Studios in London with overdubs at Decca Studios, No.51 in the Top 100 Prog albums of All Time. Ignore it at your peril!
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Janus Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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