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(Neal Morse album)

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Released  1 November 2005
Label  InsideOut Music
Length  56:23
Producer  Neal Morse
Recorded  The Morse House, Nashville, Tennessee, 2005
Genre  Progressive rock, christian rock

? (or sometimes Question or Question Mark) is a Christian progressive rock concept album by multi-instrumentalist Neal Morse, his fifth studio album. Released in 2005, this single-CD album is about the tabernacle in the wilderness. Morse has stated that this album should be considered one long epic track rather than twelve separate tracks.

Contents

The main band is Neal, Mike Portnoy (ex-Dream Theater), and Randy George (Ajalon) with guests Mark Leniger, Alan Morse (Spock's Beard), Roine Stolt (The Flower Kings), Steve Hackett (Genesis), and Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater).

Track listing

All songs written by Neal Morse except where noted:

Musicians

  • Neal Morse – keyboards, guitars, vocals
  • Mike Portnoy – drums
  • Randy George – bass
  • Jordan Rudess – keyboards
  • Roine Stolt – guitars
  • Alan Morse – guitars
  • Steve Hackett – guitars
  • Mark Leniger – guitars
  • Chris Carmichael – violin, cello
  • Michael Thurman – French horn
  • Rachel Rigdon – violin
  • Jim Hoke – saxophone
  • Debbie Bresee – background vocals
  • Jay Dawson – bagpipes
  • Revonna Cooper - vocals
  • Amy Pippin - vocals
  • Debbie Bresee - vocals
  • Wade Brown - vocals
  • Joey Pippin - vocals
  • Personnel

  • Jerry Guidroz - engineer
  • Ken Love - mastering
  • Richard Mouser - mixing
  • Thomas Ewerhard
  • Release details

  • 2005, USA, Inside Out Records SPV08548622, Release Date 1 November 2005, CD
  • References

    ? (Neal Morse album) Wikipedia