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erik neuteboom
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3 stars In the mid-Eighties Pendragon emerged in the slipstream of Marillion, the icon from the neo- progressive movement. I have always loved their simple but moving progrock with that pleasant voice, sensitive electric guitarplay and bombastic keyboards. But I have to admit that my collection doesn't contain many albums, for me it was pleasant progrock but too much the same. During my first session with this new album I couldn't believe (sic!) my ears, what a fresh and varied sound! Of course its the typical Pendragon progrock ("The edge of the world" is so compelling and moving!) but more elaborated and more adventurous featuring sound-effects, samples, pure R&R, Spanish inspired guitarwork, exciting acoustic guitar play and a wonderful slide-guitar solo. Next year (or this year?) the current line-up exists 20 years and PENDRAGON IS STILL ALIVE AND PROGGING!!
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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