Since 1993, Pendragon has been the most important band in my life and, dare I say, the best prog band ever. I followed them and noticed the evolution of the band, especially since Believe. With Passion, Pendragon brings an unexpected album, that caused quite a stir. Despite the fact the band was formed in the late 70s, this prog dinosaur has a young heart!
Passion shows the band is rusted in its set ways, but is willing to take new directions, incorporate new elements, some even quite surprising. A very powerful album, with a star role for drummer Scott Higham, whose talents keep on shining. Have an open mind, show some empathy and share the passion!
Official website: http://www.pendragon.mu
Feeding Frenzy (5:47)
This Green And Pleasant Land (13:13)
It’s Just A Matter Of Not Getting Caught (4:41)
Skara Brae (7:31)
Your Black Heart (6:46)
Nick Barrett - Guitar, vocals
Peter Gee - Bass, keyboards, vocals
Clive Nolan - Keyboards, vocals
Scott Higham - Drums, percussion