Flying Colors 2014 Tour
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"Heaven Smiled" Official Music Video
Filmed at the gorgeous Golden Edge Studios in Gallatin, TN, the video captures this first single from Neal Morse's new album, Songs From November, in a remarkable way. With this great team of musicians, Wil Morse, piano; Gabe Klein, drums; Asa Wiggins, bass; and Regina and Ann McCrary, background vocals, Neal says the video shoot just went smashingly well. We're excited to share it with you and hope it gives you a small taste of what will be one of Neal's best solo albums yet!
*Pre-order Songs From November here!*
Pre-order Flying Colors' new album, Second Nature, here!
We are offering Second Nature in these two formats: Standard Edition and 2LP
Sporting stunning artwork from the legendary designer Hugh Syme (Rush, Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Whitesnake) and bookended by two tracks of truly epic stature – ‘Open Up Your Eyes’ and the multiple-part ‘Cosmic Symphony’ – the album is every bit as breathtaking as the debut. Portnoy stresses that the music’s proggier path was “not conscious at all.” The drummer continues: “Direction was never even discussed. We just did what we do. I think perhaps not having a producer to ‘trim the fat’ possibly led to the songs breathing and expanding a bit more.” Perhaps Steve Morse sums things up best with the statement: “This is an album full of many layers. The more you listen, the more you can hear. It’s an album to keep listening to.”
"Songs From November"
Neal's eagerly anticipated new solo album, "Songs From November" is finally here!
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To listen to sound samples from the album click here!
The new album, released August 19, 2014, is said to be Neal's, "singer-songwriter - 'feel good' album". Full of strong melodies and powerfully personal stories, it's not the prog album you might expect from the progmeister - these songs are from Neal's mellower, simpler side. In the words of one reviewer, 'Songs From November' is, "more in the vein of 1999's S/T cd and 2001's It's Not Too Late... despite the lack of Prog moments, this album is every bit Neal Morse."
Two-day concert festival in Nashville with Neal and friends! Find out more here
For the first time ever, you can join Neal in his home town for a two-day music festival! Special guests, like Mike Portnoy, will be joining Neal in performances of the entire "One" and "Testimony 1" albums. Hear the music in the very place it was inspired! This weekend will be full of legendary status events such as an exclusive, free INNER CIRCLE ONLY acoustic set, a VIP Meet and Greet with Neal and special guests, and a game of "Name that Tune" - PROG style with Mike Portnoy. This is sure to be a once in a lifetime event that you do not want to miss! Make your travel plans to Nashville now!
You can now pre-order Spock's Beard, "Live At Sea" Click here for purchase
We are thrilled to be offering the live video footage of Spock's Beard's legendary show at sea with special guest appearance by Neal Morse now on DVD!
Whether you sailed along on the Progressive Nation at Sea cruise, or simply heard about this incredible experience, you already know that this Spock's Beard show is one you'll want to live (or re-live) for years to come!
Spock's Beard "V" now available for pre-order on VINYL!
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"V", released in 2000, is now available in a Gatefold 2LP edition on 180g vinyl, including the entire album on CD as bonus! This is Spock’s Beard’s 5th studio album and scales the heights of progressive rock creativity. In this Spock´s Beard have produced an album which has everything that makes this style of rock so unique. It is a vehicle in which the band takes a trip through time, through different decades and styles. Carrying the listener into gentle worlds of sounds, combining hard rock riffs with complex arrangements, laced with intricate vocal harmonies and regal choruses.
*Official release date, September 1, 2014*
Introducing the video for "Mask Machine," the first track of the upcoming album, Second Nature by Flying Colors
"Mask Machine was the obvious 1st single from the album. The minute we wrote it, we knew it! The riffs are so strong and the melodies and vocal hooks are impossible to shake from your head even after just one listen. I think director Vicente Cordero captured the band's performance in a way that also sums up this great song: dark, moody and intense!"
- Mike Portnoy