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LIVE AT LAST ... AND MORE

Pendragon

 

Neo-Prog

4.16 | 61 ratings

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Fernandi
5 stars Pendragon is a neo progressive band nowadays and I am very impressed with this band. Their sound is influenced by Marillion, Camel, Pink Floyd, and Genesis. One of their masterpiece is this DVD. You can find some tracks from their major albums ("The World", "The Window Of Life", and "The Masquerade Overture"). Nick Barrett used the "Masquerade" costume and all his solos are magnificent. Peter Gee played a terrific bass especially in "Paintbox". Fudge Smith became an energetic drummer. Clive Nolan created a new dimension on his play (you can compare with his performance in Arena). Unfortunately, the visualization is not good enough. The sound and the lip movement didn't go together. But this DVD still produce some of my favorite song (That's the most important thing! "Paintbox" and "The Shadow" are the best!). That makes it valuable. Final word, I just can say that you have to try and collect it or if you don't have the DVD, you can buy on the VHS version. And finally, you also can buy "Live In Krakow 1996" album if you don't have the VHS in your home. May be it can "kick" your disappointment.

The Visitor (Dammn, now everybody has known my real name!!! You have read the review created by The Visitor and now you finally know my "real" name!!!)

Fernandi | 5/5 |

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