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Neal Morse - ? [Aka: Question Mark] CD (album) cover


Neal Morse


Symphonic Prog

4.19 | 593 ratings

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5 stars 9.5/10

Question Mark is the third album by Neal Morse after his conversion. As a Christian I could not be happier to have a brother playing progressive music of faith, and this is the good, if not the best! Although Question Mark is not the best of it, is just a masterpiece worthy of five stars.

Like all other Morse albums (except for Lifeline) this is a concept album, telling the story of the Jews created the tent in the desert in order to praise God. An interesting story, showing the fear of Morse in the Bible, but like the rest of the lyrical content of the face is terribly neglected by many reviewers atheists.

I think this album can be divided into three epic songs, according to the connection between the tracks: the first comprises Living Temple of God and Another World, the second comprises The Outsider Sweet Elation, The Fire In The Sun and the Solid and consists of aterceira the Glory of the Lord, Outside Looking in, 12, Entrance Inside His Presence and the replay Temple of Living God. from this perspective it becomes even more quesion Mark epic it is - look at the coral powerful the Glory of The Lord, who goes to the beauty and smoothness of Outside Looking In, before descending into the instrumental power of 12 (which features a solo Steve Hackett), who moves to ... good, you understand me?

Definitely one of the strongest albums of recent times, although not the best Morse - that honor goes to One and Sola Scriptura.

voliveira | 5/5 |


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