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Pendragon - Concerto Maximo  [DVD]
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Nick Barrett is understandably the main focus with his incredible guitar playing but the other three musicians are first class in their own right, the drummer Scott very energetic and a bit of an amusing show off (no doubt he has stopped gurning a la Sarah Ferguson once he viewed the DVD of the concert). The tracks are all fantastic and represent some of the very best of Pendragon.
It can only be because neo Prog is a niche, unfashionable music that explains why this hugely talented group have not been more successful but you have to admire Nick Barrett's dogged struggle to continue (I've read various interviews he has given). Mind you, would most of us not give up our dull jobs & careers if we had the talent displayed by these four men on this wonderful DVD?
I have the David Gilmour Live in Gadansk and Genesis Live in Rome DVD's and yes, they are both wonderful too but the much smaller budget and much smaller venue helps, in some ways, to make the Pendragon DVD more alive. Does that make any sense?
The venue is quite small, impacting on wide angles.
The interview is informative and interesting.
A must have dvd for progressive rock fans
THIS on the other hand is another matter.
Concerto Maximo is a great showcase for the talents of the quartet that makes up Pendragon.
To the band....
Scott - your drumming is inspiring and has obviously injected fresh life into this project. The back catelogue has been given a funky face lift and the new material owes much to your talents. You are in fact worth the money alone.
Peter - excellent 5 string bass playing, really working well with Scott on drums to provide an inspirational rhythm section.
Clive - as always lovely synth work, with much variety of instrumentation, but consider geting a haircut ;0).
Nick - your guitar work is a masterclass in understated genius. You know exactly the note to play in every situation. And your voice is on top form.
Karl - wonderful production
The Band - the whole package is so much greater than sum of the parts, this was a fabulous viewing experience, YOU GUYS ROCK !
The rest of you - BUY IT
and everything is excellent about this DVD, sound, lighting, footage.
It comes fully packed with hours of music, extras etc.
Nick B and Clive N are true progg'ers knowing how to put on a great show, Peter G
is a bit anonymous but the new drummer Scott H really seems to enjoy himself.
I give this DVD 10 out of 10 !!!!