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Not Of This World
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Category: Prog Rock
Label: Toff Records
Catalog Number: PEND 10 CD
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Nick Barrett Vocals, Guitars|
Peter Gee Bass
Clive Nolan Keyboards
Fudge Smith Drums
|1. ||If I Were the Wind (And You Were the Rain) ||9:25|
|2. ||Dance of the Seven Veils|
II. All over Now
|3. ||Not of This World |
I. Not Of This World
II. Give It To Me
III. Green Eyed Angel
|4. ||A Man of Nomadic Traits ||11:44|
|5. ||World's End|
I. The Lost Children
II. And Finally...
|6. ||Paintbox acoustic bonus track ||4:25|
|7. ||King Of The Castle acoustic bonus track ||4:44|
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|Total Running Time:|| 77:16|
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|Heavy Harmonies Volunteer|
||Date: July 28, 2010 at 22:11|
|After the previous 3 albums, I initially found this one to be a little like 'Paint It By Numbers' and thought the band were going through the motions a little. Even now, nearly 10 years later, I don't think the songs on here are as good as previous albums and is the reason why this is probably my least played of all their albums. There are some stellar moments on here 'Dance Of The Seven Veils'(especially the 2nd part called 'All Over Now) and the title track are both very good Pendragon, but very good when compared to the superb of previous albums, it all falls a little short of the mark.
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