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Sola Scriptura [Import]

Neal Morse Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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  • Audio CD (6 Mar 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 164,829 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Medley: The Door/Introduction/In The Name Of God/All I Ask For/Mercy For Sale/Keep Silent/Upon The Door
2. Medley: The Conflict/Do You Know My Name/Party To The Lie/Underground/Two Down, One To Go/The Vineyard/Already Home
3. Heaven In My Heart
4. Medley: The Conclusion/Randy's Jam/Long Night's Journey/Re-Introduction/Come Out Of Her/Clothed With The Sun/In Closing...

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A masterful, brilliant record! 29 April 2007
Format:Audio CD
This was my introduction to Neal Morse, following some recommendations from friends. I love this, it is pure prog rock that alternates between hard rock and gorgeous melody. Great guitar, great piano and keyboards, great vocals and music you'll find difficult to forget! The only warning is: if you don't like religious lyrics, don't get it, it's a religious concept album. But, if you're not offended by that, don't let it put you off, it's terrific.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars heavier and just as good. 28 Feb 2007
Format:Audio CD
This is heavier than previous efforts and has longer tracks, three long epics and one short one. Mr Morse is a very good song writer and if you can get past the many religous lyrics, some may like this, then you are onto a winner. This new cd is more like Spocks Beards output and guest drummer Mr Portney is on top form. I strongly reccomend this cd if you like Spocks Beard, Dream Theater and Transatlantic. Ian Picken.London.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sola Musica 8 Oct 2007
Format:Audio CD
I'm not a religious person, and have found Neal's previous solo outings to be a little bit too preachy for my personal tastes, but with this one? Wow! and Wow! again, for effect. If the album only had one track, the 29 minute opus The Door, then it would be still worth it, but you get 3 other stupendous tracks thrown in...for free. My album of the year so far, and I doubt it will be beaten. When I hear Paul Gilbert's solo kick in on the 27th minute of The Door, the beauty of it is nearly enough to convince this old atheist that their might be a g_d. If you like progressive rock, hell if you like any musical genre, do yourself a favour and search out a copy of Sola Scriptura, or as i'm now calling it, Sola Musica...'By Music Alone'.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
Ummmm yeah so i registered this name a long time ago under my mom. I'm not Judy, I'm her son. :)

This is an amazing CD, and it's much heavier than Morse's previous efforts. Lyrically, it sounds (though I really need to read the lyrics)much better than ?. ? really annoyed me, because it was the third record where he had a bunch of phrases like "God doesn't like me anymore" "God doesn't want me" "God left me alone" or whatever, and then, by the end he turns it around, and is like "Jesus, Jesus, precious Jesus". Testimony was AWESOME lyrically, cus it was the first one to do it. One was good (the best musically, and my favorite), ? got really old fast.

Here, he takes a bit of a different approach and I didn't really hear any "God hates me, God loves me" lyrics anymore.

The first two songs are awesome, with both sounding a little like Dream Theater in the prog metal vein. The second track is probably my favorite track he's ever made other than The Separated Man/ all that other stuff in the 17 min. track. It's got awesome metal stuff, and for once on a prog record we hear some amazing fingerpicking (I think it was Morse)in the classicaly vein, before Gilbert comes in and does some awesome Flemenco type shredding that we hear Petrucci do from time to time.

The vocal melodies are great too. Then we come to the third track, which is a ballad like I am Willing and Cradle to the Grave except i don't like it quite as well. I am Willing had a great solo, was overall just more emotional, and Cradle to the Grave had the very memorable Keaggy duet. This doesn't have any memorable thing, but it's still nice.

The last track I don't really like.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Progressive religion 10 Mar 2007
Format:Audio CD
Neal Morse for those who don't know: former failed singer/songwriter who suddenly found a career in prog rock (Spock's Beard), then got religion, left, and now has a solo "Christian prog rock" career with Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater) on drums.

This, his latest, is as religious as ever, but also perhaps more musical than ever before.

Four songs, 29:14, 25:00, 5:10 and 16:34.

The theme: Martin Luther (not the civil rights guy, the other one) and his 95 theses.

Less guests than the last release, but what a guest: Paul Gilbert himself adds some spectacular solos to the first two songs, plus some flamenco-ish magic to one.

The music - well, people familiar with Neal's work will recognise familiar single note riffs for the heavier sections (the first part of track 2 is as heavy as he's ever been, and a nasty vocal!), interspaced with vocal lines backed by relatively little instrumentation, slower vocal passages with keys, and big harmony sections. He tends to write fairly straightforward melodies, but link them via complex instrumentals, often with a keyboard melody. Expect loads of tempo changes, and orchestral interludes.

One thing apparent: Neal's got even better at playing. His keyboards are more complex than ever, almost matching some of the stuff Jordan Rudess played on his last album (?). His guitar has improved too, and he's using the wah well (especially in track 1). A nice bluesy feel. In fact, his guitar sound is far better than on past albums, a weakness he's admitted to previously.

Track 3 is kind of a "power ballad" (think "Alone" progged up and sung by a Bryan Adams sound-alike), which I guess didn't quite fit into the other 3 tracks so he separated it.
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