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SOLA SCRIPTURA AND BEYOND

Neal Morse

 

Symphonic Prog

4.36 | 89 ratings

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AlexDOM
5 stars Watching Neal Morse on a nice flat screen tv is always great. This man always brings a smile. Sola Scriptura and Beyond Dvd is a masterpiece live concert experience. He is so much fun to watch. Morse really gets into the music. The setlist is to die for, hitting everything pre-Lifeline. The Creation is an amazing opener followed by an old Spock's Tune. The highlight without a doubt is the whole Sola Scriptura album performed (well almost). Then there are Testimony and ? 30 min. + medleys. (Amazing playing that much!) He concludes with some old school Spock's Beard and Transatlantic. The musicians up on stage with Morse are insane playing this kind of music so well and with little rehearsal (Morse explains this on the documentary- which is great too!). The guitarist Paul, has some very powerful/Petrucci reminiscent solos throughout. All the other musicians are great, Collin fills Portony's shoes rather well. Disc 2 captures many other bonus tracks from the ? tour. These are sweet too. Watch the documentary, Neal always makes fun, enjoyable documentaries. All in all, this is a solid concert which extraordinary playing. Thanks Mr. Neal Morse!!!!
AlexDOM | 5/5 |

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