Stationary Traveller

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Stationary Traveller
Studio album by Camel
Released August 1984
Recorded Riverside Studios, England, Engineer, Dave Hutchins
Genre Progressive rock
Length 42:14 (Original)
48:36 (2004 Re-release)
Label Decca
Producer Andy Latimer
Camel chronology
The Single Factor
(1982)
Stationary Traveller
(1984)
Dust and Dreams
(1991)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Stationary Traveller is the tenth studio album by English progressive rock band Camel. Like much of Camel's output, it is a concept album, in this case centering around the trials of East German refugees attempting to cross the Berlin Wall into West Berlin.

Track listings[edit]

All songs written by Susan Hoover and Andy Latimer, except where noted

Original Release (1984)[edit]

Side One
  1. "Pressure Points" (Latimer) – 2:10
  2. "Refugee" – 3:47
  3. "Vopos" – 5:32
  4. "Cloak and Dagger Man" – 3:55
  5. "Stationary Traveller" (Latimer) – 5:34
Side Two
  1. "West Berlin" – 5:10
  2. "Fingertips" – 4:29
  3. "Missing" (Latimer) – 4:22
  4. "After Words" (Ton Scherpenzeel) – 2:01
  5. "Long Goodbyes" – 5:14

Camel Productions Digital Remaster (2004)[edit]

  1. "In the Arms of Waltzing Frauleins"
  2. "Refugee"
  3. "Vopos"
  4. "Cloak and Dagger Man"
  5. "Stationary Traveller"
  6. "West Berlin"
  7. "Fingertips"
  8. "Missing"
  9. "After Words"
  10. "Long Goodbyes"
  11. "Pressure Points" (bonus track, extended mix)

Cherry Red Records reissue (2009)[edit]

  1. "Pressure Points"
  2. "Refugee"
  3. "Vopos"
  4. "Cloak and Dagger Man"
  5. "Stationary Traveller"
  6. "West Berlin"
  7. "Fingertips"
  8. "Missing"
  9. "After Words"
  10. "Long Goodbyes"
  11. "In the Arms of Waltzing Frauleins" (bonus track)
  12. "Pressure Points" (bonus track, extended 12" single version)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Jehnzen, Daevid (2011). "Stationary Traveller - Camel | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 24 June 2011.