- CD de audio (1 de enero de 2013)
- Imported ed. edición
- Número de discos: 2
- Formato: Audiolibro, CD, CD+DVD
- Sello: Madfish
- ASIN: B004LTB5OG
- Disponible también en: CD de audio | Disco de vinilo | Música MP3
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº109.514 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)
Pure Audiolibro, CD, CD+DVD
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Pendragon formed in 1978 and over the past 30-odd years have built up a fanatical fanbase around the world, releasing 9 albums along with countless EPs, live and mini-albums. The most recent of these was 2008's Pure which was named Album Of The Year by Classic Rock Society and described by Classic Rock magazine as 'Pendragon's finest hour so far without a doubt' Pure was originally released on the band's own Toff Records label but is now reissued on Madfish, a division of Snapper Music, ahead of their new album Passion which will be released on Madfish in March.
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I cannot even review Pure "cut by cut" because each track seems to eclipse the one which precedes it. You are immediately caught up in this CD with in the first minute and it only gets better from there.
Nick's voice and guitar playing have never sounded better. His great accent is alive and well. Clive Nolan again puts in a legendary keyboard performance. Scott Higham replaces Fudge Smith on drums (who was no slacker himself) and his drumming nearly eclipses Mike Portnoy. Round this out with Peter Gee's rock solid bass and Pure is a tour de force.
Pendragon has carved out their own sound over the years, so to try to categorize them in "Genesis, Pink Floyd, or Yes categories" (which so often happens) is a crime. As new Prog bands come along we should start saying that they sound like Pendragon!
I cannot recommend this CD strongly enough. If you do not obtain a copy you are missing one of the best Prog albums to come along in the past year, if not two. I don't pass out 5 stars freely, but in the case of Pure I would give it a 6 if I could!!
I'd rate their previous albums as three star albums, but this is a solid 4. I'd give it a 4.5 if I could, but not quite a 5, which is reserved for epics like Close to the Edge, In the Court of the Crimson King, Dark Side of the Moon, Deadwing, and Milliontown. I'll venture to say that if Pendragon stays on their present course, they'll soon have a 5 in their future.
As I stated earlier, the vocals seem much improved. More harmonies, the song melodies seem richer and well constructed, and Nick Barrett's voice seems to have matured to a great degree. He almost sounded childish on the earlier albums, but here, it seems as if he's found his voice. Stronger guitar riffs and solos permeate the album as well. And Nick Barrett's keyboards appear to have been inspired by the improved vocals, guitar work, and drumming. Even the sound quality of the CD sounds better.
With the new metallic edge, Pendragon has come into the modern world of progressive rock music. Move over Porcupine Tree, this is not your father's Pendragon.