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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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Pallas - Live at London’s High Voltage Festival, July, 2011
Review by Alison Reijman
The opening slot of the High Voltage Festival went to the rejuvenated Scottish neo-prog rockers whose new lease on life has come through the release of XXV, their critically acclaimed follow-up (albeit 20 years later) to The Sentinel.

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Pallas - Live at Celebr8 Festival London, England, July 2012
Review by Alison Reijman
With both High Voltage and Glastonbury shelved this year due to the London Olympics, there appeared a real gap in the market for a quality summer music festival in the capital ahead of the Games.

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Carl Palmer - Live in Santa Ana, CA, June 2006
Review by Lorraine Kay
Best known as the "Palmer" in Emerson Lake and Palmer and as the drummer for Asia, Carl Palmer is still one of the most awesome drummers in rock and roll or any other music form. And if it were even possible, he seems to get better and more stellar as time goes by.
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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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PFM - Premiata Forneria Marconi - NEARfest 2009, Bethlehem PA
Review by Julie Knispel
Throughout the entire weekend of NEARfest, one of the biggest wonders (other than whether the food at the on site caterer was edible…it was, by the way…or at least the bison burger was) was what kind of set Italian legends Premiata Forneria Marconi would be playing.
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The Pineapple Thief - Live at RoSfest, April, 2006
Review by Josh Turner
I never questioned The Pineapple Thief's progressiveness until I saw them live. In a concert setting, it's not an easy matter to leave or tune out the music.
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Jean-Luc Ponty - Live in Chicago, November, 2001
Review by Gary Hill
More (and larger) pics from this concert appear in our members' area
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Porcupine Tree - Live at the Grove of Anaheim May, 2007
Review by Michael Bader
Touring in support of their April 2007 release, Fear of a Blank Planet, Porcupine Tree rolled into Southern California for two nights, this stop being the Grove of Anaheim which sports one of the better sound systems for a 1,000 seat venue.
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Portugal The Man - Live in Dekalb, IL, November, 2008
Review by Travis Jensen
There is a certain ambiance created when any band takes the stage. Whether it be your favorite local cover band, original group, or any one of the biggest name shows on the road at the height of its popularity.
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Procol Harum - Live In Highland Park, IL, June 2010
Review by Greg Olma
I can’t say that I was a Procol Harum fan before this concert.  

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Puppet Show - Live at RoSFest, April, 2007
Review by Josh Turner
I was told about this band’s emblazoned album. It was said to be good, so I took the word of others on this claim and expected to see some magic performed by them this night.
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Puppet Show - Live CalProg, May, 2007
Review by Michael Bader
It’s 7 a.m. Saturday morning. Most musicians have only been asleep 4 or 5 hours unless they are desperately trying to finish material for a pending new release deadline.
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Pure Reason Revolution - Live at NEARFest, June 2007
Review by Julie Knispel
One of the most interesting things about NEARfest, the NorthEast Art Rock Festival, is their willingness to book bands that might rest just outside the typical comfort area of the average progressive music fan.
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