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Peter Gee Scores A Theological Allegory

January 24, 2023

John Bunyan’s 1678’s classic “The Pilgrim’s Progress” has served as a basis for quite a few music albums but, perhaps, nobody’s more entitled to record its definitive sonic version than Peter Gee, a bass player with , if only for … Continue reading

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August 25, 2021

Elflock 2021 Striving to derive the most from tuneful storytelling, prog paragons hunt monsters and miss success. Their was a strange creative partnership, as and , two ivories virtuosi, occupy the same niche – not only style-wise, but also instrumentally, … Continue reading

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PENDRAGON Mark A “Masquerade” Anniversary With A DVD

February 8, 2017

It’s been two decades since  released their masterpiece , and that would be a sin not to celebrate the album’s anniversary. So that was exactly what the band did in Katowice, Poland, last May when they recorded a fantastic performance for … Continue reading

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Interview with PENDRAGON

March 5, 2013

September 2001 There’s a thriving progressive rock scene nowadays. Still, it’s not as diverse as in the golden era when the Earth was inhabited by dinos of ELP, GENESIS and YES kind. Anyway, if we want to pursue some pedigree … Continue reading

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