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4.21 | 19 ratings | 1 reviews | 63% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Delusion Rain (11:00)
2. Travel to the Night (9:20)
3. If You See Her (6:10)
4. ​ Another Day (19:15)
5. Wall Street King (6:45)
6. Pride (7:40)
7. The Last Glass of Wine (7:07)
8. Shadow of the Lake (12:43)
9. Dear Someone (6:26)
10. A Song for You (13:34)
11. Through Different Eyes (22:02)
12. The Preacher's Fall (4:38)

Total Time 126:40

Note: The DVD Actually finishes at 129:50, including the closing thanks from the band to the audience and the roll of credits at the end. Plus there is a bonus feature called "The Last Glass of Wine" (backstage video).

Line-up / Musicians

- Jean Pageau / vocals
- Michel St-Père / guitar
- Sylvain Moineau / guitar
- Benoît Dupuis / keyboards
- François Fournier / bass
- Jean-Sébastien Goyette / drums

Releases information

Live recording from ProgDreams V Festival, April 3, 2016, Zoetermeer, Netherlands.

DVD Unicorn Digital - UNCDVD-005 (1/8/2017)

2CD Unicorn Digital - UNCR-5115 (1/9/2017)

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MYSTERY Second Home - Live at Progdreams V ratings distribution

(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(63%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(26%)
Good, but non-essential (5%)
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Review by rdtprog
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Heavy / RPI / Symphonic Prog Team
4 stars The music of Mystery has gone to a more progressive rock direction after their first two releases. They have reached with "Beneath The Veil of Winter's face" a wider audience of prog fans. And the time was right after four more albums to release a live DVD in Netherlands April 2016. They played songs from those four albums and especially the latest "Delusion Rain", the title track being played as a good opener for the show. "Travel to the Night" is going from classic rock to symphonic sounding a bit like Kansas. "Pride" start in a Rush style with some fine guitar playing of Michel St-Père who will deliver throughout the show many guitar solos, some with plenty of emotions. The band shows some impressive musicianship with plenty of instrumental breaks giving the song a little more complexity. "A Song For You" got some beautiful flute part from the singer Jean Pageau who by the way has been a good replacement for Benoit David in the singing department. In this song, we have some of the best melodies of this live show and some fine guitar playing again from Michel. "Through Different Eyes" is another strong track at the end where for a rare time that when a singer ask to the audience to sing with him it didn't sound wrong even though it was short. The show ends up with a simple classic rock song to leave in a festive mood.

If you like some good Neo Prog music with strong melodies, good musicianship and want to hear a band at his peak, this is a fine example of the band's music. For those who have purchased their latest albums, you know how they care about the production of their product, and this show is another very professional sounding live release highly recommended.

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