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Pendragon - Live At Last ... And More CD (album) cover

LIVE AT LAST ... AND MORE

Pendragon

 

Neo-Prog

4.17 | 59 ratings

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SouthSideoftheSky
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Symphonic Team
4 stars The best of classic Pendragon performed live

This DVD features a live concert performed in Poland on the tour in support of the acclaimed Masquerade Overture album. As many consider that album to be Pendragon's best ever, this DVD can be seen as capturing the band at the very peak of their long career. Most of the Masquerade Overture album is performed here as well as some of the best songs from The Window Of Life and The World albums. The set list can thus be said to constitute the best of this classic Pendragon period. Indeed, I personally think that this live recording outshines the studio albums from which these songs were originally taken. Obviously - as this is after all a live recording - the sound cannot be compared to that of the studio albums, but this is fully compensated for by the strong set of songs and the passionate performances. The Polish audience is very appreciative indeed and there is a very nice atmosphere created by the interaction between the band and the audience.

Live At Last is a good introduction to the music of Pendragon. Highly recommended!

SouthSideoftheSky | 4/5 |

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