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Pallas

Moment to Moment DVD

Review by Gary Hill

This new DVD from Pallas should be a real treat for their fans. It's a treat for anyone else who enjoys neo-prog as well, though. I've seen the band compared to Marillion - and in some ways those comparisons fit. For one thing, they first appeared about the same time as Marillion - another band from the first round of neo-prog acts. In some ways there music has similarities. You might even think of Marillion at certain points when listening to them. Probably the biggest comparison comes in terms of front men. Andy Reed certainly has a similar voice to Fish. So, the comparisons in that aspect are appropriate, but Pallas has their own particular sound, as well. However you define them, though, this DVD captures a great concert of their from 2007. The performance was top-notch, but it doesn't stop there. The videography is also excellent in terms of visual and audio recording. The end result is an excellent DVD that would be a great part of any prog fan's collection. It seems that telling Pallas fans to go out and get it would be like preaching to the choir, but for the rest of you neo-prog heads, waste no time and pick this thing up. You won't be disappointed.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2008  Volume 3 at lulu.com/strangesound.
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