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As a young musician, Neal’s dream was like many others—to find success in the pop music world. But after years of struggling in the Los Angeles singer-songwriter scene, he realized that this dream would not materialize. Eschewing conventional wisdom, Morse took a courageous step: He about-faced and devoted himself to progressive rock, the music truly in his heart. The obscure and fiercely competitive genre held little chance of commercial success.

Undaunted, he formed the quirkily-named Spock’s Beard… read more

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  • Sola Scriptura!!!
  • Truly one of the best albums I've ever heard.
  • Sola Scriptura!!!!
  • I guess Bach and Handel had 'mind viruses', too.
  • selling one ticket for the London event this Saturday! cheap :D Just contact me via message
  • Agenda has some catchy moment though.
  • The Grand Experiment confuses me. You've got tracks like The Call which are safe, boring and entirely predictable. Then there's Waterfall, which is simple, elegant and beautiful. Then Agenda, which makes my ears cry with how awful it is. Then Alive Again which is absolutely stunning. An entirely inconsistent record, but worth it for the good moments.
  • My full in-depth review of 'The Grand Experiment' by The Neal Morse Band. I rather like it!
  • Hail Santa
  • @BlindSlaves, try World Without End from his 2012 album Momentum. Neal going wild vocally!

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