12 Songs, 51 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

soculese ,

And again, Wow!

Every time you think Neal Morse can’t top himself - he does. This album is a collection of catchy songs that are well written and well performed. Neal is the ultimate storyteller in song. For the most part this album is light hearted with the exception of He Died at Home which has the capacity to make a strong man cry. Living Lightly, Good Love is on the Way, and Selfie in the Square are two standouts for happier sounding songs. This album does a good job of outlining the poppier side of Neal. This is great road music.



No matter what Neal writes is majestic. Another well written and recorded album from a personal place of love and peace. Love It

Radcle ,

One of Neal’s Best Singer-Songwriter Albums

Fans of Neal Morse already recognize his influence and mastery of modern-day Progressive rock. Beyond that though, many of us appreciate Neal’s gifts as an outstanding songwriter. This album clearly demonstrates the latter. Nice blend of songs including quite a few you would expect to hear on vacation or on a lazy summer day (Livin Lightly, Selfie on the Square, and my favorite Wave on the Ocean, which I can’t get out of my head). Neal brings some easy country feeling with songs like Old Alabama and Lay Low (which seems very easy-listening 70s). A lot of fun throughout the album, including Manchester (the ending will make you smile), songs with story-telling appeal like Good Love is on the Way, Joanna, and You+Me+Everything. But true to Neal, his compassion and heart come to light on the faith-based If I Only Had A Day and his very emotional social-conscious song He Died At Home which deals with the tragedy and reality of soldier suicide. It’s amazing what was packed in this album. I recognize a lot of great songwriters like Lennon, Simon, Joel and John, just to name a few. Morse is my favorite though.

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