Neal Morse
So Many Roads
Style: Progressive Rock
Release date: March 15th 2010

Neal Morse is one of my absolute favourite recording artists and this triple live album is a true blessing for fans of his, like me. Only thirteen songs some might say, but that include 2 half hours medley's of the Question Mark album and theTestimony album, plus another half hour version of "So Many Roads", and just to finish things off we get a half hour version of the double pack: "Stranger in Your Soul/Bridge Across Forever".

For more than three and a half hours we dig deep into the universe of Neal Morse, Transatlantic and Spock's Beard and this is without a doubt one the best progressive rock live albums ever, and I love every second of the journey and just want to get back in line to get on the roller coaster again and enjoy the trip up and down the tracks...

Did I mention I love his work...? "So Many Roads" is the definitive Neal Morse live album and if I wish there had been room for something off the Sola Scriptura album as well, but you can't have it all.


Disc 1
01. At the End of the Day (16:49)

02. Leviathan (6:47)
03. Way Home (5:03)

04. Author of Confusion/I'm the Guy (14:12)

05. That Crutch (3:46)

06. We All Need Some Light (4:24)
07. Lifeline (12:31)

Disc 2
01. Question Mark Medley (31:22)
02. Help Me (12:12)
03. Testimedley (34:58)

Disc 3
01. Walking On the Wind (9:33)
So Many Roads (30:16)

03. Stranger in Your Soul/Bridge Across Forever (31:05)
Label: InsideOut Music
Distribution: EMI (Denmark)
Reviewed by: Kenn Jensen
Date: March 4th 2010