Day for Night

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Neal Morse continues to produce some of the most melodic and lyrically rich progressive music since the early '70s. Day for Night is another great effort from Spock's Beard. Standout tracks include the vocally beautiful "The Distance to the Sun," the progressive epic "The Healing Colors of Sound," and the title track. Add to the mix Alan Morse's inventive guitar playing, Nick D'Virgilio's brilliant drumming, and masterful keyboards from Ryo Okumoto to make Day for Night a musical tour de force for the ears. ~ Joseph Scotti
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All Music Guide
Neal Morse continues to produce some of the most melodic and lyrically rich progressive music since the early '70s. Day for Night is another great effort from Spock's Beard. Standout tracks include the vocally beautiful "The Distance to the Sun," the progressive epic "The Healing Colors of Sound," and the title track. Add to the mix Alan Morse's inventive guitar playing, Nick D'Virgilio's brilliant drumming, and masterful keyboards from Ryo Okumoto to make Day for Night a musical tour de force for the ears. ~ Joseph Scotti
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  • Release Date: 3/23/1999
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • UPC: 039841424423
  • Catalog Number: 14244

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Spock's Beard Primary Artist, Primary Artist
John Garr Saxophone
Byron House Bass, Cello
Neal Morse Synthesizer, Piano, Vocals
Ryo Okumoto Organ, Mellotron
Tom Tally Strings
Joy Worland Horn
Nick D'Virgilio Percussion, Drums, Vocals
Alan Morse Electric Guitar, Vocals, Mellotron
Dave Meros Bass, Vocals
Eric Brenton Strings
Technical Credits
Neal Morse Producer
Richard Mouser Engineer
E. Smith Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Yet another masterpiece!

    'Day For Night' is currently the latest studio album released by the U.S. Prog Rock jewel 'Spock's Beard'. This time, Neal Morse and friends have put 68 minutes of their fascinating music onto the disc. It seems that Neal has listened to some old 'Gentle Giant' records before going to work. For example, the track 'Gibberish' contains some weird a-capella vocal sections, much in the spirit of the Giant's evergreen 'On Reflection'. And they are able to perform it live on stage, as the recent 'Dont't try this at Home' live CD proves! Even the guitar solos sometimes have a definitive Gary Green flair, but that's not a problem at all - Gentle Giant is still one of the symbols of Prog Rock. My favorite track on 'Day For Light' is the 6-part, 20-minute magnum opus 'The Healing Colors of Sound'. This is probably one of the greatest compositions Neal Morse ever wrote. Can't live without it anymore!

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