Neal Morse – Sola Gratia (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz]

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Artist: Neal Morse
Album: Sola Gratia
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 01:05:46
Total Tracks: 14
Total Size: 490 MB


1. Neal Morse – Preface (01:26)
2. Neal Morse – Overture (05:59)
3. Neal Morse – In the Name of The Lord (04:27)
4. Neal Morse – Ballyhoo (The Chosen Ones) (02:43)
5. Neal Morse – March of the Pharisees (01:40)
6. Neal Morse – Building a Wall (05:01)
7. Neal Morse – Sola Intermezzo (02:10)
8. Neal Morse – Overflow (06:27)
9. Neal Morse – Warmer Than the Sunshine (03:22)
10. Neal Morse – Never Change (07:52)
11. Neal Morse – Seemingly Sincere (09:34)
12. Neal Morse – The Light on the Road to Damascus (03:26)
13. Neal Morse – The Glory of The Lord (06:17)
14. Neal Morse – Now I Can See / The Great Commission (05:17)


Neal Morse has announced his next prog rock solo album, Sola Gratia, will be released on September 11. Morse has resigned with former label InsideOut Music who will release the new album.

The album is conceptually based around the apostle Paul and features longtime Neal Morse Band members Mike Portnoy (drums), Randy George (bass) and Eric Gillette (guitar) as well as Bill Hubauer and Gideon Klein.”I was talking to my wife Cherie about debuting this new piece at Morsefest 2020 and she said she thought it would be good for me to do a solo album,” explains Morse. “However, I thought she said ‘Sola album’ and – because some of the new ideas involved Paul’s aggressive pursuit of the early Christians, I could see a link to some of the themes of persecution in ‘Sola Scriptura’.”

The music was recorded ‘virtually’ in April 2020 at the height of the Coronavirus lockdown: “It’s the first album we have ever made remotely: I sent them the basic tracks and asked if they wanted to rearrange things, but they just said ‘No, it’s great!’, so they just played to it and sent their parts back over. It wasn’t an easy way to make an album, but creating always has its challenges, no matter how you do it.”

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