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Sola Scriptura by Neal Morse

Neal Morse unites his Christian faith and his love of prog rock with this concept album about the German theologian Martin Luther's 16th-century schism with the Catholic Church. Blending odd time signatures, soaring keyboard and guitar arpeggios, and pyrotechnical drumming, Morse's songs portray the complexities of a man struggling to remain true to his faith and to himself while exploring unknown and dangerous religious territory. It's to Morse's credit that with the aid of his cohorts, the drummer Mike Portnoy and the bassist Randy George, he keeps this tricky subject matter both accessible and highly listenable.

I never dreamed that anyone could tell the story of Martin Luther's 95 thesis' and the Reformation of the Church in any way that would not put you to sleep in minutes (and I've heard many attempts in my lifetime). But Neal Morse did it . . . Great job Neal! And the music is second-to-none. This album is Dream Theater: Scenes From A Memory good!!!! You DT fans will know how high a compliment that is. I'm not kidding, it's that great! His best to date.


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Apr 16, 2014 11:04:40 PM
Sola Scriptura: The Scripture Alone is the Standard

Not my favorite but very close from Neal.
Most consider this to be his crowning achievement.
#1The Door / Introduction / In The Name Of God / All I Ask For / Mercy For Sale / Keep Silent / Upo...
#2The Conflict / Do You Know My Name / Party To The Lie / Underground / Two Down, One To Go / The V...
#3Heaven In My Heart
#4The Conclusion / Randy's Jam / Long Night's Journey / Re-Introduction / Come Out Of Her / Clothed...
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