Progphonic 65 : Featuring “NMB” Neal Morse Band – Innocence and Danger
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TimeArtistTitleDurationAlbumListeners13:00:06ProgPhonic 65Intro0:4710113:00:49Liquid Tension ExperimentUniversal Mind7:49Liquid Tension Experiment10113:10:17Dave KerznerOcean Of Stars6:32New World (Deluxe Edition)9713:16:50Fernando PerdomoThe Architect4:04Out to Sea9913:20:53GalahadIceberg3:58Quiet Storms10313:26:18Steve HackettDay of the Dead6:25Surrender of Silence10113:32:43The Flower KingsBlack Flag7:14Waiting for Miracles10213:39:57Flying ColorsA Place In Your World6:32Second Nature10113:46:28Eric GilletteEmpty5:09The Great Unknown10313:57:22Neal Morse BandDo It All Again8:40Innocence & Danger9914:06:02Neal Morse BandThe Way It Had to Be7:10Innocence & Danger10114:13:12Spock’s BeardSomebody’s Home6:29Noise Floor10414:19:41TransatlanticLooking for the Light (Reprise)5:13The Absolute Universe: Forevermore (Extended Version 2)9714:27:26Neal Morse BandBeyond the Years31:22:00Innocence & Danger9615:01:05Big Big TrainLanterna6:01Lanterna (EP)9215:07:05Abel GanzDreamtime7:42Back From The Zone8715:14:47SylvanThe Colors Changed5:58Posthumous Silence8815:20:46SmalltapeHunger7:16The Hungry Heart8615:32:25Isildurs Bane & Peter HammillIn Disequilibrium, part 16:49In Disequilibrium8315:39:14Isildurs Bane & Peter HammillIn Disequilibrium, part 38:22In Disequilibrium8615:47:36Dec BurkeLife in Two Dimensions5:09Life in Two Dimensions8215:52:45Deafening Opera25.000 Miles5:54Driftwood7816:01:21Aeon ZenI – Twilight3:58Transversal78
JazzrockTV LIVE – Neal Morse Band, Eric Gillette, Jernej Bervar und ABBA
Wir präsentieren wieder mal Musik-Tipps unter anderem zum neuen Album der NEAL MORSE BAND und deren Gitarristen ERIC GILLETTE. Außerdem stellen wir Euch eine großartige Rock-Funk-Fusion-Collaboration des Gitarristen JERNEJ BERVAR vor.
NEAL MORSE of NMB Discusses “Innocence & Danger” Album: “Music Is the Language Of Emotion, So We Want To Tap Into That As Much As We Can”
After releasing the highly acclaimed double concept albums “The Similitude of a Dream” and “The Great Adventure”, The Neal Morse Band are back with their eagerly anticipated fourth studio album “Innocence & Danger”. The new release sees them changing their name to NMB and returning to writing an unrelated collection of individual tracks that span through two discs containing 100 minutes of music. Last August 27th, fans got to hear the most collaborative NMB effort to date, as well as the record that brings to the next level the alternation between lead vocalists and the richness of the harmonies that up to four members pull off. Also, “Innocence & Danger” has not only one but two epics that will be the delight of enthusiasts of longer tracks, an approach that has not appeared on a NMB album since the debut album “The Great Experiment”. Contributor Brian Masso sat down with multi-instrumentalist and singer Neal Morse to talk about the reason behind changing the band’s name and the different characteristics between NMB’s music and Neal’s solo work. They also chatted about “Innocence & Danger”, its creative process, how collaborative it turned to be, and the advantages that creating a non-conceptual album provided them. In addition, they spoke about how Morse’s role has evolved over time within the band, some of Neal’s favorite contributions on the record from other members, and the importance of writing about certain themes. Furthermore, they talked about some details regarding Morsefest, if they intend to continue offering a live stream option for future Morsefests, and the possibility of adding more dates to their upcoming tour. Finally, they talked about whether there are plans for upcoming releases with Flying Colors, Transatlantic, and as a solo artist, or the possibility of venturing with different musicians for a new project or band, among other things. Listen to the full interview below, and make sure to follow Sonic Perspectives on Facebook, Flipboard and Twitter, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.
Neal Morse: Inspiration and Lessons From A Prog Rock Genius. In Conversation With Daniel Lacalle
The Daniel Lacalle Podcast
Neal Morse is a singer, multi-instrumentalist bandleader, progressive rock composer and music producer. Neal is based in Nashville, Tennessee.Topics discussed in this conversation include Neal’s faith and inspiration, song writing process, current projects, and future plans. Neal also shares the artists he is listening to at the moment.
This week multi-instrumentalist and Everyman Eric Gillette, Guitarist from Neal Morse Band hops in The Cosmic Canoe for a great conversation about his journey in music, balancing the work and dedication to excel at multiple instruments, and what its like playing in a band with your musical hero.Check out Eric on Youtube at https://youtu.be/tWWilTDuessPre-Order 'Innocence & Danger' now at https://www.nealmorse.com/product/nmb-innocence-morsefest-2019-4cd-2-blu-ray-set/
Mike Portnoy makes his 10th appearance on the podcast and helps us put together the Ultimate Neal Morse Album from Neal Morse solo albums only. We also talk about the new NMB (Neal Morse Band) album - Innocence & Danger, what they might play on tour and at Morsefest, and much more. Innocence & Danger is out on August 27th, 2021. Morsefest is on October 8th and 9th.
Randy George is a terrific multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. He may be best-known as the bassist in progressive rock supergroup The Neal Morse Band, but he's done a lot of other things. I spoke to Randy about he and his wife Pamela's Sweet Invention project, playing live during the pandemic, his christian prog rock band Ajalon (and whether we'll see another album from that band), meeting and recording with Neal Morse, the early sessions for the forthcoming fourth Neal Morse Band album, and a lot more. Check out Sweet Invention and Randy's solo works on Spotify and Neal Morse's Waterfall streaming app. You can also listen to select Neal Morse solo (with Randy on bass) and Neal Morse Band music on public streaming or all of it on the Waterfall app with a paid subscription. You can watch my interview with Randy on YouTube or go there to check out Randy's episode of Neal's chat show Musicians Having Coffee & Talking About Stuff. I appreciate you listening! You can become a patron of the show at the new MRC Patreon page, with supporter benefits that escalate at each level. Please hit the like button and leave a rating/review on Apple Music if you consume this podcast on that platform. You can read my Michael's Record Collection newsletter for free by signing up here. Follow MRC on Twitter, like MRC on Facebook, and check out my Instagram.
Prog rock's foremost purveyor of epic concept albums Neal Morse talks about his newest, "Sola Gratia", the upcoming Morsefest and his own streaming service, Waterfall. All this and more, only on Episode 073 of the Progcast.
213Rock Podcast Harrag Melodica Interview Mr Neal Morse New album Sola Gratia Out Sept 11th 07 09 2020
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213Rock Podcast Harrag Melodica 07 09 2020 Interview Mr Neal Morse New album Sola Gratia Out Sept 11th / (Radiant Records & Inside out) 01. Preface 02. Overture 03. In The Name Of The Lord 04. Ballyhoo (The Chosen Ones) 05. March Of The Pharisees 06. Building A Wall 07. Sola Intermezzo 08. Overflow 09. Warmer Than The Sunshine 10. Never Change 11. Seemingly Sincere 12. The Light On The Road To Damascus 13. The Glory Of The Lord 14. Now I Can See/The Great Commission Neal Morse : Multi Instrumentiste Mike Portnoy : Drums Randy George : Bass Eric Gillette : Guitars Bill Hubauer : Claviers Gideon Klein
Top 5 Beatles Songs with Mike Portnoy and Neal Morse
The Prog Report
Long time Beatles fans and The Prog Reports "Artists of the Decade", Mike Portnoy and Neal Morse, join Roie Avin and Geoff Bailie to talk about their favorite Beatles songs. We also talk about all of the new album the pair are involved in this summer including Neal's Sola Gratia, the new Flying Colors Live album, Morsefest, Mike appearing on John Petrucci's album and more. All you need is 90 minutes! Enjoy.