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  • Audio CD (8 Nov. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Spv
  • ASIN: B00065VU4E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 405,891 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Creation (I. One Mind, II. In a Perfect Light, III. Where Are You?, IV. Reaching from the Heart)
  2. The Man's Gone
  3. Author of Confusion
  4. The Separated Man (I. I'm in a Cage, II. I Am the Man, III. The Man's Gone (Reprise), IV. Reaching from the Heart)
  5. Cradle to the Grave
  6. Help Me/The Spirit and the Flesh
  7. Father Or Forgiveness
  8. Reunion (I. No Separation, II. Grand Finale, III. Make Us One)

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Neal MORSE One CD

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By Dr Nick VINE VOICE on 24 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
For those who don't know, Neal Morse used to front the US prog rock band "Spock's Beard", and in a poll in Classic Rock magazine was included in the top 100 frontmen in rock.
More recently he discovered God, left the band after one final release (Snow), then recorded his life story (Testimony) as a 2 hour prog rock epic, which is one of the finest examples of modern prog around.
"One" is his latest project, with Randy George on bass (excellent) and Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, one of the best drummers around today) on drums. And Neal on just about everything else, plus various guests.
Neal's voice is what you'd expect from someone who started out as a singer/songwriter: pleasant, with an edge, but within a normal human range (more Bryan Adams than Steve Perry). On the whole the vocal sections are quite straightforward, with catchy melodies, some layered choruses, and thoughtful lyrics. The instrumental parts are something else, however!
It's difficult to describe this album. It has as varied a feel as Testimony had, with slow mellow sections, orchestral parts, slow rock, latin, Eastern, bluegrass, fast rock, metal (sometimes in one track!), all superbly performed and arranged. In places it is heavier than Testimony ever is, and the general structure is a maybe little less complex - less strings, for example - but the individual parts are probably more intricate and harder to play.
And more guitar solo's, including a couple of guest appearances by Phil Keaggy (who's the Christian answer to Alan Holdsworth, if that makes sense).
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By Dr Nick VINE VOICE on 4 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
For those who don't know, Neal Morse used to front the US prog rock band "Spock's Beard", and in a poll in Classic Rock magazine was included in the top 100 frontmen in rock.
More recently he discovered God, left the band after one final release (Snow), then recorded his life story (Testimony) as a 2 hour prog rock epic, which is one of the finest examples of modern prog around.
"One" is his latest project, with Randy George on bass (excellent) and Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater, one of the best drummers around today) on drums. And Neal on just about everything else, plus various guests.
Neal's voice is what you'd expect from someone who started out as a singer/songwriter: pleasant, with an edge, but within a normal human range (more Bryan Adams than Steve Perry). On the whole the vocal sections are quite straightforward, with catchy melodies, some layered choruses, and thoughtful lyrics.
It's difficult to describe this album. It has as varied a feel as Testimony had, with slow mellow sections, orchestral parts, slow rock, latin, Eastern, bluegrass, fast rock, metal (sometimes in one track!), all superbly performed and arranged. In places it is heavier than Testimony ever is, and the general structure is a little less complex - less strings, for example - but the individual parts are probably more intricate and harder to play. And more guitar solo's, including a couple of guest appearances by Phil Keaggy (who's the Christian answer to Alan Holdsworth, if that makes sense).
As an example, the opening track starts with an orchestral fanfare (what my wife calls "Jurassic Park" music!
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The second solo album from Neal since his departure from Spocks Beard. His first, "Testimony", was raved about by a lot of people but I didn`t rate it that highly. It had some truly great bits, but generally struggled to fill a double album. This release is altogether different. Some people might feel uncomfortable with the lyrical content, for Neal became a Christian a few years back and both Testimony and One display the evidence of this. But he is dead serious in what he believes and deserves credit for having the guts to say it so clearly. But whether the lyrics sit comfortably with you or not, this is a musical masterpiece. Much more prog inspired than Testimony, it oozes class. His output is prolific but where does he find these melodies and ideas from? Going from full on prog to tear jerking heartfelt melody and back again. This man is a true genius and deserves to be truly recognised as such. Which means that he probably wont be.
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Fine music of.Neal Morse I made a big contribution to prog rock prosperity. I participated in many interesting musical projects. Its solo projects, it is the strong, beautiful music. To such music there is a wish to listen again and again. Will decorate any collection.
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Neal Morse has produced four excellent solo albums with a religious theme; Sola Scriptura, Testimony and ? (Question) being the others. My favourite, Sola Scriptura, alternates between heavy rock and delicious melodies whereas "One" strikes more of a middle ground. There is less angry rock guitar, the arrangements give this more of a symphonic prog feel than a heavy rock prog one and there are fewer moments of astonishingly beautiful melody.

Nevertheless, the music is excellent and fully deserving of 5 stars. Lyrically the religious theme is stronger than on some of the others and some people may have probkems with this; the concept being the creation and fall of man, followed by his eventual re-discovery of God.

Like the others, if you think you can stomach the lyrics, and you have ever enjoyed progressive rock music of any kind then do yourself a favour and get these Neal Morse gems - they are top notch!
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