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4 stars If you enjoy neo prog with symphonic touches, then Quidam is for you. Influenced by both Marillion and Camel, this band elegantly blends rhythms with a rich instrumentation (many flutes and recorders parts). Those who already know Quidam will enjoy how the band could manage a difficult evolution after the departure of the beautiful Emila (Quidam's former singer). The new singer (Bartek Kossowicz) is a gifted musician with a voice full of emotion sounding a bit like Mark Hollis (Talk Talk). But the main characteristic of this DVD is Quidam's professionalism. This is especially evident in their reprises: Led Zeppelin's 'No Quarter' for instance is awesome. This DVD captures the concert given by the Polish band in their home country in 2005. Around 215 minutes of pure pleasure. This document shows a great band is born, no less. Forget the deception you had with "SurRevival" and buy this DVD without delay.

PS: the DVD also features various bonuses including two video clips with former singer Emila and the mini I concert they gave at the legendary venue in Verviers (Belgium), The Spirit of 66 during the ProgResiste Convention. Another reason to buy this DVD.

Thierry | 4/5 |


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