Category Archives: Alan Morse

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 … Continue reading

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BEST OF 2017 MUSIC

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! There was so much good music that came out in 2017, so, I will give you some to give some listening to. These all came to me in 2017, so, if a 2016 release slipped … Continue reading

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Spock’s Beard ~ Snow Live

  It’s so good to see Neal Morse back with Spock’s Beard, if only temporarily. This CD / DVD Set really shows how good the musicianship is between the group. Even though “Snow” was not my favorite Spock’s Beard album, … Continue reading

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SPOCK’S BEARD ~ The First Twenty Years

For those of you who don’t know the band Spock’s Beard, get on board & listen. I didn’t know of Spock’s Beard, until they released their album titled “V”, which I assume means 5, as this was their fifth album. … Continue reading

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