Spock’s Beard ~ Noise Floor

Spock's Beard Noise Floor


Another great example of why this band is so awesome. The first time I listened to this band, it brought me to a time when I first REALLY LISTENED to YES. This album, much in the same way that some of Yes’ albums were put together by each member, that is exactly what happens on this album as well. The band has changed a few times, but the core is still there. Ted Leonard, Alan Morse, Dave Meros and Ryo Okumoto are once again joined by drummer Nick D’Virgilio, who was  an original member, who left in 2011. Also, there are violins along with a cello, a viola & a french horn. If you are a fan of great progressive rock, you will love this album. I do. I give this 5 out of 5 Music Guru Stars.

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