Neal Morse Songs From November

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News Added Jun 21, 2014 Following a busy first half of 2014 which saw him on tour with progressive-rock supergroup Transatlantic, Neal Morse has now announced that he will release a new solo album titled 'Songs From November' on the 18th August 2014. The full track-listing can be found below: 1. Heaven Smiled 2. Whatever […]

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Following a busy first half of 2014 which saw him on tour with progressive-rock supergroup Transatlantic, Neal Morse has now announced that he will release a new solo album titled 'Songs From November' on the 18th August 2014. The full track-listing can be found below:

1. Heaven Smiled

2. Whatever Days

3. Flowers In A Vase

4. Love Shot An Arrow

5. Song For The Free

6. Tell Me Annabelle

7. My Time Of Dying

8. When Things Slow Down

9. Daddy's Daughter

10. Wear The Chains

11. The Way Of Love

'Songs From November' sees Neal Morse in singer/songwriter mode much like his album 'It's Not Too Late', and has enlisted the help of Chris Carmichael and Jim Hoke as well as the McCrary sisters on the record. Whittled down from 21 songs, this album is made up mostly of songs written in November 2013 as well as some older songs from his vast back catalogue.

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1. Heaven Smiled
2. Whatever Days
3. Flowers In A Vase
4. Love Shot An Arrow
5. Song For The Free
6. Tell Me Annabelle
7. My Time Of Dying
8. When Things Slow Down
9. Daddy's Daughter
10. Wear The Chains
11. The Way Of Love

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Even a style as broad and accepting as Progressive Rock has its boundaries. Prog icon Neal Morse decided to break that mold and create a challenging new album. Songs from November may be his bravest outing to date. Musically, creatively, and production-wise, it’s like nothing he’s ever done. Can you handle it?! It’s an album of "normal" songs! Songs even your friends might like!

“I listen to a lot of different kinds of music for various occasions…prog albums when I really want to focus on intricate music…sometimes jazz and classical. But then many times I find myself attracted to singer-songwriter albums like a Jackson Browne or Graham Nash record. So one day I thought to myself…I'd like to make an album like that! Songs from November is that album.”

Morse wrote most of the songs during a flood of ideas in November, 2013. He recalls, "They just kept pouring out that month…I don't really know why…but it was great!" After the epic Transatlantic world tour was completed in March 2014, Morse set out to make November a reality. And he would craft differently than anything before.

“I could've gotten together with a bunch of studio musicians in Nashville and banged this thing out, but I felt like the thing to do was to get together with this young drummer named Gabe Klein and work on it as a team. He is only 18 years old and amazing! We had a great time recording these songs and many more. We actually recorded twice as many songs as we needed and picked the best ones. It was the first time I've ever done that and it was very fruitful. I sent out 21 songs to a bunch of different people that I trust and chose from their lists. So that was also a totally new approach for me.”

The final 11 songs are among the best that Neal has ever composed—and the most surprising you will hear. In reinventing himself, he was ready to explore uncharted territory. Are you?

Produced by Neal Morse Engineered and mastered by Rich Mouser

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  • August 8, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    I got a promo copy of this album from InsideOut Records and I must say that it is a great songwriter album, it is in the vein of his first two albums, but this is richier sonically, it touches different aspects of hsi life, beliefs and there’s also a song composed for her daughter. I love the album and it will be spun many times!

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  • @silvergm Level 4
    January 8, 2015 at 6:14 pm

    I’m afraid i’ll have to disagree: this album is poorly written and just a few songs (Whatever Days, Tell Me Annabelle) are worth it, far from Neal’s usual standards.

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