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Neal Morse


Symphonic Prog

4.11 | 396 ratings

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5 stars The continuation of the Testimony is One, in this work Mr. Neal MORSE makes its reaffirmation present of which is its present race now like a bad Christian but not for that reason, in this work it presents/displays but energy in comparison to the manifold facets "Testimony", in this occasion are no great parts if nonsingle two, but that if of very good quality and but fused as if they were only track that in fact is thus, in this occasion whatever with the aid of a bear who is known within means Christian music Mr. Randy GEORGE and almost forced drummer Neal, Mike PORTNOY that since we know has participated with in TRANSATLANTIC almost in permanent hibernación, this disc is very similar to their predecessor but with the energy that was perhaps necessary to be able to resist I magnify work previously done, very good customary subjects as already it has North American musical east to us, in general is a less impressive continuation but not for that reason decepciónate, is surprised a little the power of the symphonic instrumentations and it mixes them of these with the power of the musicians but for that this resists with direct and less ostentosas interpretations but, will not give that he is not better but either inferior, a work more directed to the followers of this musician, but brilliant for whom they want it to know, does not disappoint to you.
Shelket | 5/5 |


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