Review Fix chats with Spock’s Beard Neal Morse (lead vocals, piano, synths, electric and acoustic guitar), who discusses the band’s live DVD, Snow and how difficult it was to manage the huge lineup on stage.
Spock’s Beard features Neal Morse (lead vocals, piano, synths, electric and acoustic guitar), Alan Morse (electric guitars, vocals), Ted Leonard (electric and acoustic guitar, vocals), Jimmy Keegan (drums, percussion, vocals), Nick D’Virgilio (drums, percussion, vocals, acoustic guitars), Ryo Okumoto (keyboards–hammond organ, mellotron, jupiter 8, minimoog, vocoder), and Dave Meros (bass, vocals).
At last year’s annual Morsefest in Nashville, the dream of every Spock’s Beard fan in attendance came true. The band’s original lineup, and current members, performed the critically acclaimed double-disc concept album, SNOW, in its entirety. It was a moment in time fans never thought they’d ever get a chance to see. SNOW was the last album that Neal Morse recorded with the band before quitting in 2002.
Now it’s time for fans worldwide of Spock’s Beard and Neal Morse to experience that night for themselves. SNOW LIVE is now available on Radiant Records via Metal Blade Records/SONY in multiple formats: 2 DVD/2CD Digipack, 3 LP Vinyl (available in four different colors), 2 Disc Blu-ray and as a 2 DVD/2 CD/2 Blu-ray pack complete with a 48-page Artbook, poster and postcards.
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