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Another Timeless Morse classic

I really thought he was going to disappoint me with the previews I heard. I was so wrong it's not even funny. This album is great. Lifeline and So Many Roads are good enough to be an album on their own but every other song is good. Children of the Chosen is my least favorite but I still dont skip it when it comes around in my car.

Great Album

One of the best things Neal's done. The short songs maybe could have been a suite unto themselves, but that's a minor quibble. This is exactly what Morse fans expect and love.

You Did It Again!

Thanks Neal! Tremendous Project. If anyone needs to be lifted up both Spiritually, AND Musically, get this album. I own every album Neal has put out, and belive me, this is on par with them all!


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 had written 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...
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