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Peter Bardens

Peter Bardens
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Peter Skiving Bardens (19 June 1944 – 22 January 2002) was a keyboardist and a founding member of the British progressive rock group Camel. He played organ, piano, synthesizers and Mellotron, and wrote songs with Andrew Latimer. During his career, Bardens also worked alongside Rod Stewart, Mick Fleetwood, and Van Morrison, and recorded solo albums. He also reunited with other former Camel members as Mirage in the 90s.
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Pete Bardens — The Art of Levitation Pete Bardens — The Art of Levitation
(Castle Music CMRCD378, 2002, CD)
Various Artists — Camel Tribute - Harbour of Joy Various Artists — Camel Tribute - Harbour of Joy
(Mellow MMP 229A/B, 1996, 2CD)
Pete Bardens Mirage  — Live Germany 1996 (AKA Speed of Light Live) Pete Bardens Mirage — Live Germany 1996 (AKA Speed of Light Live)
(Mooncrest CRESTCD058 Z, 1996/2000, CD)
Mirage — Live 14.12.94 Mirage — Live 14.12.94
(Mirage MM001CD, 1995, 2CD)
Various Artists — Supper's Ready Various Artists — Supper's Ready
(Magna Carta MA-9004-2, 1995, CD)
Pete Bardens — Big Sky Pete Bardens — Big Sky
(Talking Elephant TECD070, 1994/2004, CD)
Pete Bardens — Further Than You Know Pete Bardens — Further Than You Know
(Miramar MPCD 2601, 1993, CD)
Pete Bardens — Water Colors Pete Bardens — Water Colors
(Miramar MPCD4001, 1991, CD)
Pete Bardens — Speed of Light Pete Bardens — Speed of Light
(Capitol CDP 7 48967 2, 1988, CD)
Pete Bardens — Seen One Earth Pete Bardens — Seen One Earth
(Capitol CDP 7 46868 2, 1987, CD)
Camel — The Single Factor Camel — The Single Factor
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2156, 1982/2009, CD)
Pete Bardens — Heart to Heart Pete Bardens — Heart to Heart
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2322, 1979/2012, CD)
Camel — Breathless Camel — Breathless
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2155, 1978/2009, CD)
Camel — A Live Record Camel — A Live Record
(Decca 8829282, 1978/2002, 2CD)
Van Morrison — Wavelength Van Morrison — Wavelength
(Polydor 001 0644 02, 1978/2008, CD)
Camel — Rain Dances Camel — Rain Dances
(Decca 531 4610, 1977/2009, CD)
Camel — Moonmadness Camel — Moonmadness
(Decca TXS-R 115, 1976, LP)
Camel  — Gods of Light '73-'75 Camel — Gods of Light '73-'75
(Camel Productions CP-010CD, 1975/2000, CD)
Camel — The Snow Goose Camel — The Snow Goose
(Decca 8829302, 1975/2002, 2CD)
Camel — Mirage Camel — Mirage
(Deram SML 1107, 1974, LP)
Camel — Camel Camel — Camel
(Camel Productions CP-002CD, 1973/1992, CD)
Marsupilami — Arena Marsupilami — Arena
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2007, 1971/2007, CD)
Peter Bardens — Peter Bardens (AKA Write My Name in the Dust) Peter Bardens — Peter Bardens (AKA Write My Name in the Dust)
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2220, 1971/2010, CD)
Peter Bardens — The Answer Peter Bardens — The Answer
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2221, 1970/2010, CD)

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