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Frantic Desolation - Sopwith Camel - The Sopwith Camel (CD, Album)

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  1. Sopwith Camel released their first and only album on the Kama Sutra Records label. The band's only hit single, "Hello, Hello", became the first hit title to emerge from the San Francisco rock scene. The band was unable to follow up the success of their album and hit single and disbanded later in /5(20).
  2. May 15,  · Sopwith Camel's debut album has been re-released twice as Frantic Desolation in and as Hello Hello Again in Sopwith Camel reformed in , and recorded their second album, 's The Miraculous Hump Returns from the Moon on Warner Bros. Records' Reprise label. The band broke up again in
  3. And then, there was SOPWITH CAMEL. At first glance, Camel was a bubble gum pseudo-British rock & roll band. Their TOP 40 song, "Hello Hello" gives this impression, while the goofy "Little Orphan Annie," "Walk In The Park" and "Things I Could Do With You" add to such a conclusion.5/5(3).
  4. album. The Sopwith Camel Sopwith Camel. 11 songs (26 minutes) Released on August 1, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Hello, Hello: 2. Frantic Desolation: 3. Saga of the Low Down Let Down: 4. Little Orphan Annie: 5. You Always Tell Me Baby Listen to your favorite songs from The Sopwith Camel by Sopwith Camel Now.
  5. The band’s first album “Sopwith Camel” was released in early on Kama Sutra Records. It featured the first great op-art cover by Victor Moscoso plus the first infra-red band photo on the back by Jim Marshall.
  6. Sporting two- and three-minute pop songs, the Sopwith Camel had more in common with bands such as the Charlatans or Notes From the Underground than the Dead or the Airplane. They could rock out, as the acid blues "Cellophane Woman" and the guitar solo in "Frantic Desolation" prove.
  7. Sopwith Camel was re-released as LP Frantic Desolation () & CD Hello Hello Again in After sitting in the Warner Bros. vaults for 30 years, The Miraculous Hump Returns from the Moon, was issued on CD in by drummer Norm Mayell on Generic Type Records, called, The Millennium Edition.
  8. William left Sopwith Camel, changed his name to William Truckaway and put out an album of his own on Warner Bros. His songs sound cheerful to me, and mine sound sad and cynical.".

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