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Nick Barrett & Clive Nolan
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Nick Barrett & Clive Nolan - A Rush of Adrenaline DVD
Review by Josh Turner
When it comes to building a bridge or constructing a wall of sound, the bigger, is usually the better. This is especially true in the world of progressive rock.

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Pendragon
Review by Gary Hill

Interview with Nick Barrett of Pendragon from 2011


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Pendragon - And Now Everybody To The Stage... DVD
Review by Ron Fuchs

Pendragon is one of the more famous and long lasting of the neo-prog bands out of the UK. I must admit they’re my least favorite of the genre but they are very important at the same time.


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Pendragon - Believe
Review by Josh Turner
This was way more than I had anticipated. I had my hands full with this listening experience. Nick Barrett said that this would be more guitar-driven and I can certainly vouch for that.
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Kompendium - Beneath the Waves
Review by Alison Henderson

Kompendium is a huge musical project masterminded by Rob Reed, main-man of the very classy British prog band Magenta.


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Pendragon - Concerto Maximo DVD
Review by Mark Johnson
I must state before writing the review that I have been a fan of the band for about five years. I have most of their albums, but only one of their DVDs.
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Shadowland - Edge Of Night DVD
Review by Mark Johnson
Maybe they had a dream they were members of Marillion during the Fish era.
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Tracy Hitchings - From Ignorance To Ecstasy
Review by Gary Hill
A reissue of this solo outing by Landmark vocalist Tracy Hitchings, this disc is almost more pop than prog.
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Arena - Immortal
Review by Gary Hill
A fine concept album, this one has many great prog elements, most notably Pink Floyd and Marillion. The Marillion sounds are a natural, since this band was formed by former Marillo Mick Pointer along with Pendragon's Clive Nolan.
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Pendragon - Not of This World
Review by Josh Turner
In times when a short list keeps getting shorter, it is a rare occurrence to encounter a band that is an instant addition. Pendragon is one of these exceptions to the rule.
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Pendragon - Out Of Order Comes Chaos DVD
Review by Larry Toering

Pendragon last toured in 2008, with songs from the Pure album to promote.


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Pendragon - Passion
Review by Gary Hill

I have to say that before this album I haven’t paid that much attention to Pendragon.


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Arena - Pepper's Ghost
Review by Steve Alspach
First off, I gotta admit that I had a college flashback with the CD booklet. The comic strip artwork by David Wyatt and Tim Bisley depicts the five members of Arena as men on a mission, each with a "mysterious" past, to clean up Victorian England. "Pepper's Ghost" is written loosely on this concept, and if you like comic art, "Pepper's Ghost" is worth buying just for that.
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Caamora - She
Review by Bill Knispel
Everything bigger than everything else.  That seems, in many ways, to be Clive Nolan’s modus operandi. 
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Caamora - She
Review by Bill Knispel
Repeatedly in my review of the album She, I make reference to how impressive this material might be if staged as a musical. 
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