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Its Not Too Late

a Studio release
Neal Morse (The Neal Morse Band)

Release Year: 2001

Date Label Catalog # Comments
Inside Out #ECRCD 005
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 8/29/2001 12:00:00 AM
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  1. It:s Not Too Late (6:26)
  2. All The Young Girls Cry (4:59)
  3. Leah (4:02)
  4. The Angels Will Remember (4:33) 5. So Long Goodbye Blues (4:39)
  5. The Change (4:40)
  6. Broken Homes (3:58)
  7. Oh Angie (3:19)
  8. The Eyes Of The World (George's Song) (4:09)
  9. Ain't Seen Nothin' Like Me (5:10)
  10. I Am Your Father (4:19)
  11. Something Blue (4:23)
  12. The Wind + The Rain (6:09)
Neal Morse
Guitar-Piano-Organ-Mellotron-Bass-Drums-Percussion and Vocals
    Additional Musicians
    Nick D'Viglio
    Susanne Christian
    Backing Vocals
    Debbie Bressee
    Backing Vocals
    Letty Jones
    French Horn
    Jim Hoke
    Neil Rosengarden
    Greg Westaal

    Electric Guitar
    Brad Wetmore
    Jordan Zimmerman
    Chris Carmicheal

Reviewed by Rob on 29 Aug 2001

Neal Morse made this album as a tribute to his family-friends-band members and all the people who've supported him over the years. Some old and some new stuff. The cd was made with his favourite drummer Nick d'Viglio. While playing during that sessions and layed down a bunch of songs. Off course the Spock's Beard influence is there, but without the big instumental pieces. "it's not to late" makes me sometimes thing of The Beatles." All the young girls cry" will never be my favourite track. "Leah" is super. A song writing in 1985 !!! I can't understand why it's never been released before. A great Ballad.
"The angels will remember- So long Long goodbey blues-The Change" have a catchy chorus. "Broken Homes" is a accoustic song about the family.
Oh Angie is an uptempo song. "The eyes of the World" is a song about George Pappanostas. A good friend of Neal Morse who toured with Spock's Beard as a replacement Bass-player.He died of cancer in Februari 2001.

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