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Neal Morse - Life And Times (2018)

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Neal Morse - Life And Times (2018)

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1 	Livin' Lightly 	
2 	Good Love Is On The Way 	
3 	JoAnna 	
4 	Selfie In The Square 	
5 	He Died At Home 	
6 	She's Changed Her Mind 	
7 	Wave On The Ocean 	
8 	You + Me + Everything 	
9 	Manchester 	
10 	Lay Low 	
11 	Old Alabama 	
12 	If I Only Had A Day

Backing Vocals, Other [General Input] – Wil Morse
Backing Vocals, Programmed By – Gabe Klein
Bass – Neal Morse (tracks: 2), Richard Brinsfield
Drums – Scott Williamson
French Horn – Holly Smith
Guitar, Keyboards, Mandolin, Percussion, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Neal Morse
Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Julie Harrison
Mixed By – Rich Mouser (tracks: 1-4, 6, 8-10, 12), Terry Christian (tracks: 5, 7, 11)
Pedal Steel Guitar, Dobro – Scotty Sanders
Strings – Chris Carmichael
Trumpet – Dominique Caster
Voice [Shouting] – Joey Pippin (tracks: 9) 


You wouldn’t guess from The Neal Morse Band’s most recent output that their leader was mellowing into soft middle age. 2016’s The Similitude Of A Dream and 2015’s The Grand Experiment may have featured his now customary eulogies to the almighty, but they were still multi-faceted prog records. But as anyone who’s seen Morse play solo live over the last few years knows, he can do the straightforward stuff well. This collection of easy-going soft rock numbers might prove too bland to connoisseurs of musical sophistication, but they are well-crafted. Livin’ Lightly and Good Love Is On The Way employ irresistible strokes of Eagles-y peaceful easy feelings, the latter a five-minute romance in which ‘She’s the beauty barista, he’s the corny cashier.’ But while most of these songs are blissed-out tales of the good life, as the slightly saccharine taste starts to cloy, the mood darkens with the tale of a traumatised veteran in He Died At Home. Later, the pedal steel-streaked, violin-laced flavourings of Old Alabama, and some sublime guest vocals from Julie Davidson, show Morse’s songs sound even better dressed in the battered denims of Americana. ---Johnny Sharp, loudersound.com

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