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Live, released in 2019

Songs / Tracks Listing

A Cat's Tale
1. Part 1 Manifesto (13:16)
2. Part 2 Anecdote (9:45)
3. Part 3 Conundrum (14:22)
4. Part 4 Nightwatch (19:17)
5. Sapristi! (8:42)
6. A Cat's Tail (13:38)

Total Time 79:00

Line-up / Musicians

- René de Haan / Synthesizers, Mellotron
- Rob Bothof / D-Robber Custom Looper
- Peter Wassenaar / Bass Guitar
- Joshua Samson / Drums, Percussion

Releases information

CD Correlated Music IR 004 (2019)

Release Date April 26, 2019

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Dutch progressive rock band Pythagoras started out back in the late 1970's, and released two studio albums before calling it quits in 1984. The band has been resurrected however, first with key members Rene De Haan and Bob De Jong as the driving forces, and after De Jong passed way De Haan continues to create and release music under this band name. "Live at Pulchri" is Pythagoras' first ever live album, and was released through the band's label Correlated Music in 2019.

Pythagoras provides us with what one might describe as otherworldly sounding, eclectic oriented instrumental progressive rock on their first ever live album "Live at Pulchri". Often surprisingly easygoing and groove-oriented, but with plenty of finer details and expressive details and sections along the way. An album of creative, subtly-jazz-tinged instrumental progressive rock is the end result, and those who feel that this is a tantalizing description might just want to seek this album out.

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4 stars 'New Dutch progressive electronic, in the true meaning' Rene De Haan (synthesizers and Mellotron) is the only founding member in the current Pythagoras line-up, because drummer Bob De Jong sadly passed away in 2011. ... (read more)

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