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CD Reviews
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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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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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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DVD Reviews
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 - 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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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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Concert Reviews
Pendragon - Live at RoSFest, April, 2007
Review by Josh Turner
This band was awesome all-around. They had a great set list, but most importantly they really knew how to work the crowd. Nick Barrett (Guitar/vocals), Peter Gee (Bass), Clive Nolan (Keyboards) and Joe Crabtree (Drums) were all masterful this night.
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Interviews
Pendragon
Interview by Josh Turner
Interview with Peter Gee of Pendragon From 2005



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Pendragon
Interview by Gary Hill

Interview with Nick Barrett of Pendragon from 2011


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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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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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Various Artists - Citizens of Hope and Glory. The Story of Progressive Rock written by Stephen Lambe
Review by Scott Montgomery

This is an enjoyable read that saunters through the chronology and culture of progressive rock.


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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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Alan Reed - First in A Field of One
Review by Alison Henderson

The past two years have been a real step into the unknown for former Pallas frontman Alan Reed who parted company from the band nearly three years ago in acrimonious fashion.


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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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Pallas - Live at RoSfest, April, 2006
Review by Josh Turner
This band greatly exceeded my expectations. Their sound engineers had this one tweaked to perfection.
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Various Artists - Mountains Come Out of the Sky. The Illustrated History of Prog Rock – written by Will Romano
Review by Scott Montgomery
Overall, this is a very good and highly recommended overview of the genre and its history. 
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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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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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Nolan & Wakeman - Tales by Gaslight
Review by Gary Hill
This new set collects three albums by Clive Nolan and Oliver Wakeman into one impressive box set.

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Pallas - XXV
Review by Gary Hill

I’ve never been a huge fan of Pallas. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve always liked them, but never been blown away by them – until now that is. 


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