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Spock's Beard is a band formed in 1992 in Los Angeles by brothers Neal and Alan Morse. Neal (keyboards/vocals) and Alan (guitars) were joined by fellow musicians Nick D'Virgilio (Nick D'Virgilio, drums - also known as NDV) and Dave Meros (bass), and were later joined by veteran keyboardist Ryo Okumoto.

Spock's Beard play a brand of progressive rock with pop music leanings, drawing much influence from Genesis and the Beatles. They are also well known for their intricate… read more

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  • Avatar for RiffmasterRick
    I still haven't listened to any SB album released after "Snow". Well...
  • Avatar for Dogger_Dog
    Redacted: latest album growing on me. I truly sincerely deeply wanted to hate it but I just can't. Damn you SB for maintaining your cachet and making me happy again
  • Avatar for quickmind
    Enjoying the new album so far. I really loved Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep, so this album is going to work hard to surpass that one for me. But its really good so far.
  • Avatar for marcosmahia
    CBS Interactive: Bring Old Back - Please sign the petition!
  • Avatar for tsudduth24
    The new album is amazing.. should be in the running for prog album of the year
  • Avatar for MarcoMiranda94
    New album is pure winning
  • Avatar for ManOfMuchMetal
    My in-depth detailed review of the new Spock's Beard album, 'the oblivion particle' - check it out:
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    I've just been getting into this band in the last year. One (of many) things I like about them is the fact that they rarely have long self-indulgent solos. Even though they have long instrumental passages, there is very little soloing. Not that I don't like prog instrumental excesses, but it's refresh to hear a prog band that rarely indulges. Also, I got my first Spock's Beard CD shortly before Leonard Nimoy died. I don't know what that means, exactly.
  • Avatar for Sanity_Theorist
    Was really skeptical of their post-Neal Morse direction, but they stayed every bit as progressive, actually moreso. It's the lack of pop hooks that make them less 'accessible' currently, the keyboard playing and basslines have actually gotten a good deal more intricate with the same direct lyrics. It's a good style, gonna have to look into the new album when it's out...Tides of Time has quite a bit of Yes and Kansas in it!
  • Avatar for Sanity_Theorist
    @dr_bun, I got into them through At the End of The Day and All on a SUnday (the first is awesomely proggy, the second is catchy and very Beatles styled.) Hope that helps, Mister Ryu Okumoto on the Keyboards is awesome ELP as well, if you like them.

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