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Pendragon

Pendragon
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Pendragon are an English neo-progressive rock band established in 1978 in Stroud, Gloucestershire as Zeus Pendragon by guitarist and vocalist Nick Barrett. The Zeus was dropped before the band started recording as the members decided it was too long to look good on a t-shirt. There were a few personnel changes in the early days, but since 1986 the lineup has remained stable (apart from two changes on the drummer's stool) and the band is still active as of 2011.
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http://www.pendragon.mu
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Releases on file (30)
Pendragon — Out of Order Comes Chaos Pendragon — Out of Order Comes Chaos
(Metal Mind MMP BRD 0001, 2012, DVD)
Pendragon — Passion Pendragon — Passion
(Snapper Music SMACD971, 2011, CD+DVD)
Pendragon — Concerto Maximo Pendragon — Concerto Maximo
(Metal Mind MMP DVD 0171, 2009, 2DVD)
Pendragon — Pure Pendragon — Pure
(Toff Records PEND17CD, 2008, CD)
Pendragon — Past and Presence Pendragon — Past and Presence
(Metal Mind MMP DVD 0104, 2007, DVD+2CD)
Pendragon — And Now Everybody to the Stage Pendragon — And Now Everybody to the Stage
(Metal Mind , 2006, DVD)
Pendragon — Believe Pendragon — Believe
(Toff Records PEND13CD, 2005, CD)
Pendragon — Acoustically Challenged Pendragon — Acoustically Challenged
(Metal Mind PROG CD 0085 DG, 2002, CD)
Pendragon — Live at Last... and More Pendragon — Live at Last... and More
(Metal Mind , 2002, DVD)
Pendragon — Not of This World Pendragon — Not of This World
(Toff Records PEND10CD, 2001, CD)
Pendragon — The History 1984-2000 Pendragon — The History 1984-2000
(Metal Mind , 2000, CD)
Pendragon — Once upon a Time in England, Vol.1 Pendragon — Once upon a Time in England, Vol.1
(Toff Records *, 1999, CD)
Pendragon — Once upon a Time in England, Vol.2 Pendragon — Once upon a Time in England, Vol.2
(Toff Records *, 1999, CD)
Pendragon — The Round Table 1985-1998 Pendragon — The Round Table 1985-1998
(, 1998, CD)
Various Artists — Pangea - The World of Progressive Music Various Artists — Pangea - The World of Progressive Music
(Luna Negra CDLN-05, 1997, CD)
Pendragon — As Good as Gold Pendragon — As Good as Gold
(Toff Records MOB4CD, 1996, CD)
Pendragon — Live in Krakow 1996 Pendragon — Live in Krakow 1996
(Toff Records MOB5CD, 1996/1997, CD)
Pendragon — The Masquerade Overture Pendragon — The Masquerade Overture
(Snapper Music SDPCD185, 1996/2005, CD)
Pendragon — Overture 1984-1996 Pendragon — Overture 1984-1996
(Outer Music, 1996/1998, CD)
Pendragon — Utrecht... The Final Frontier Pendragon — Utrecht... The Final Frontier
(Paleb, 1995, CD)
Pendragon — Fallen Dream and Angels Pendragon — Fallen Dream and Angels
(Toff Records MOB2CD, 1994, CD)
Various Artists — Mannerisms - A Celebration of the Music of Geoff Mann Various Artists — Mannerisms - A Celebration of the Music of Geoff Mann
(SI Music SIMPLy 50, 1994, CD)
Pendragon — The Window of Life Pendragon — The Window of Life
(Toff Records PEND6CD, 1993, CD)
Pendragon — The Very Very Bootleg Live in Lille France 1992 Pendragon — The Very Very Bootleg Live in Lille France 1992
(Toff Records MOB1CD, 1992/1993, CD)
Pendragon — The R(B)est of Pendragon Pendragon — The R(B)est of Pendragon
(, 1991, CD)
Pendragon — The World Pendragon — The World
(Toff Records PEND5CD, 1991, CD)
Pendragon — Kowtow Pendragon — Kowtow
(Toff Records PEND 1 CD, 1988, CD)
Pendragon — 9:15 Live Pendragon — 9:15 Live
(Toff Records PEND 3 CD, 1986/1990, CD)
Pendragon — The Jewel Pendragon — The Jewel
(Toff Records PEND 2 CD, 1985/1991, CD)
Pendragon — Fly High Fall Far Pendragon — Fly High Fall Far
(Awareness Records AWM 2021, 1984, EP)

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