Revelation - Spocks Beard - V (CD, Album)
Label: Inside Out Music - IOMCD 063 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced Digipack • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock
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For his third and most recent release, Morse returned to Spock's Beard to put together V, the bands much-anticipated fifth studio release. While, V succeeds in unexpected areas (namely short, poppy songs), Neal and Co. seem to have problems with the two prog "epics" on the CD. Morse comes across like a pop songwriter trapped in a progressive.
Revelation Lyrics. 3. Thoughts (Part II) More Spock’s Beard albums The First Twenty Years. Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep. Show all albums by Spock’s Beard.
V is the fifth studio album of progressive rock band Spock's Beard. The release of V also produced a CD single, this time promoting the track "All on a Sunday". The track itself was re-recorded in and is slightly different from the album track.
Jun 24, · On top of that we've seen three live albums and a rarities CD, not too mention the Neal Morse solo album and the Transatlantic project of which half sounds remarkably much like Spock's Beard as well. Now a new studio album hits the shops again. Initially the band planned to release it under the name 'Spock's Beard', seemingly because they thought that this was 'the ultimate' Beard record.
Spock’s Beard could best be defined as a “pop-tinged progressive rock” band, drawing more heavily from commercial sounds than virtuoso efforts or spacey effects. The band’s fifth album, aptly titled V, would end up being the peak in the band’s career before frontman Neal Morse’s departure in
The Making of V - Video (May, ) A real look inside the recording process of Spock's classic V CD. iIncludes the band recording at Kevin Gilbert's studio, overdubs at Al, Ryo & Neal's houses, lyric writing sessions, kids dancing to Tarkus and Ryo recording the intro for The Great Nothing.
The album featured guest appearances from future full-time member Nick D'Virgilio, and Dave Meros (both of Spock's Beard), as well as Pete Trewavas of Marillion. In , BBT appeared on the Classic Rock Magazine CD for issue , with the song Summer's Lease, .
The Beard 's fifth studio album, 's most aptly titled V, is the apex of their career. Blending commercial moments with technical genius, V leaves the listener with a brilliantly crafted finished product. "At the End of the Day" kicks off V and is nothing short of 8/