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Lead Me Lord (Worship Sessions Vol-01)

a Studio release
by
Neal Morse (Worship Sessions)

Release Year: 2005

Date Label Catalog # Comments
Radiant Records
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 1/14/2006 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 3/21/2020 9:41:00 AM by: Rob
  1. God Won't Give Up (7:30)
  2. Lead Me Lord (5:20)
  3. Taste and See (4:51)
  4. Medley: I Bless Your Name/Breathe/Create in me a Clean Heart (11:51)
  5. Cleanse Me (5:48)
  6. Come Let Him Love You (5:48)
  7. Because You Loved Me (6:09)
  8. Have Your Way (4:54)
  9. Further (5:18)
  10. Jesus - This is Your Life Now (7:05)

Neal Morse
Piano, Organ, Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Drums and Vocals


With:

  • DeAnn Mouser
    Lead Vocal
    Jessica Mears
    Lead & background Vocals
    Terry Mears,
    Doug Zachary
    bass
    Mark Leniger
    saxaphone, drums
    Todd Morrell,
    Luke Pugliese
    drums
    Christian Gospel Temple Choir
    choir
    Joey Pippin
    Trumpet
    Terra Mears,
    Aaron Clifford,
    James Massie,
    Justin Morrell,
    Debbie Martin,
    Marsha Guisewite,
    Colleen Harrison,
    Julie Harrison,
    Terry White,
    Rick Altizer,
    Missy Hale,
    Angela Cruz,
    Mandisa and Alicia,
    Debbie Bressee
    Background Vocals
    Wil Morse,
    Jayda Morse
    Additional Vocals

Reviewed by DBSilver on 14 Jan 2006


There are two paths listeners can follow with the 'new' Neal Morse. One one path Prog fans are fortunate that he continues to make progressive rock with such releases as One, Testimony, and ? and while this music may also contain a 'message' they are unmistakably progressive rock. The other path is the music I would call 'worship' music of which Lead Me Lord (as well as God Won't Give Up) fall under.
Morse's worship music moves from gospel to rock with many stops in between but generally fails to find a progressive note. Strengths are Morse's wonderful voice and his solid abilty to find melodies and hooks.
Lead Me Lord has a great live feel making it, in my opinion a more enjoyable album than God Won't Give Up. Still, there is little here for progressive rock fans or for those who are not open to inspiration from the Christian message in each of these songs.