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on 24 September 2012
Neal Morse's Christian beliefs are well known and his live performances border on the evangelical. What cant be denied is the man's musical talent or ability or his genuine love of the music he creates. Together with ex Theater drummer, Mike Portnoy, Morse continues to forge a prog pathway juggling any number of projects at one time. This latest cd sees him take a proven formula and make it work again. There are shorter more concise songs with enough widdly bits to keep fans happy, combined with a sense of melody and possibly for the first time an awareness of what might be acceptable on FM radio America. Go no further than the title track to hear all these elements as Morse hits you right in the face! At the other end of the prog spectrum, is the huge sprawling epic World Without End where not only is the kitchen sink included, but also the freezer, the washing machine and dish washer, figurativley speaking, of course! Enjoy!
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