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Camel — I Can See Your House from Here

Camel — I Can See Your House from Here
Label
Esoteric Recordings
Catalog number
ECLEC 2158
Year recorded
1979
Year released
2009
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Related artist(s): Colin Bass (Sabah Habas Mustapha), Camel, Mel Collins, Phil Collins, Kit Watkins

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