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Not bad ....

This is Neal Morse's fifth solo album (but depending on what you are counting, one could say 7th or more!)

Following on from Testimony (very good throughout), One (mostly very good), Sola Scriptura (again, mostly very good indeed), and "?" (the early parts are staggering, but kinda loses it way at the end), Lifeline does everything one expects from a NM album. Complexity, spirituality and melody in equal measure, but one can sense that he's slightly running out of new ideas. Not that the ideas he has are bad, far from it, but it is a little formulaic in parts (even though the formula is good!).

So, a solid album. Probably one for fans more than the casual listener. If you want the best of Neal solo go for Testimony - an incredible piece of prog ... truly incredible.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Los Angeles singer/songwriter and guitarist Neal Morse began his musical career early, taking piano lessons at five and performing in musicals and beginning guitar by the age of nine. By the time he reached his twenties, Morse wrote two musicals and played with Al Stewart and Peter White. After returning from an extensive European trip, Morse formed the progressive rock band Spock's Beard with his brother Al; the group released its debut album, The Light, in 1994. In addition to his duties with Spock's...
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