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SOLA SCRIPTURA AND BEYOND

Neal Morse

 

Symphonic Prog

4.36 | 89 ratings

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nandprogger
5 stars Full plate for the fans

What can I say about this double dvd is that it is simply perfect. You can find forced the idea that "Sola Scriptura" is a symphonic prog album, but can not question the quality of this work. What can I highlight in this dvd is that first: it is double, and second: it is a double dvd perfit. The performances of both Neal and the rest of the band are top-level (difficult to highlight any musicians in particular), while his keyboard player and wonderful pilots organs; jazzy moments, the drummer comes in with an attitude and footprint to forget the "Portnoy" by some time. I wanted to highlight the quality of the audio, especially if you have a home theater. Another thing that I find essential in a DVD is the choice of playlist, because if poorly chosen can lose points. While practically to do the "SB" is present, there is still room for songs from Spock's Beard and Transatlantic, and the exquisite "One", "Question Mark" and "Testimony" and scenes of the tour where Neal plays in the church (s ). Undoubtedly, both in picture, sound and choice of songs, both in the execution makes this dvd is the same level as any live recording of any medallion prog.

nandprogger | 5/5 |

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