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Neal Morse


Symphonic Prog

4.20 | 689 ratings

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5 stars this album is really like one giant epic, like garden of dreams by the flower is a one hour track separated into 12 smaller tracks....What a masterpiece this is throguh and through.....never a dull moment...except the first part of the song 12.....that is the ONLY bad thing about the album...although the lyrics are indeed thought provoking, but the music in the album is definitely top notch prog...very epic indeed, incredibly technical with neal on keys and guest suck as roine stolt, jordan rudess, steve hackett and mike portnoy, as always on drums....this makes for a very interesting ride...not one dull song...although its an album that does seem a bit dull on first listen...if you think of the album as separte single tracks than the album is far from strong....but each track running together makes this album an absolute masterpiece...its not jst the fact that its one giant song....its the ideas that are put forth and the way its structured....not a dull moment of music really....the vocals are excellent if you dig neal's very emotional melodic voice...all in all an amazing effort and yet another masterpiece from neal!!!...the only album in his solo christian discography that might be skippable would be lifeline...too much of the same sort of stuff from his other records...if u r planning on checking nealout,, save that one til the very end..give all the other ones a fair amounts of spins
EVE123 | 5/5 |


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