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Alan Morse: Four O'Clock and Hysteria

Read "Four O'Clock and Hysteria" reviewed by John Kelman

Eschewing the layered keyboards, vocal choruses, and generally “big" production of his normal gig as guitarist with neo-progsters Spock's Beard, Alan Morse's Four O'Clock and Hysteria comes out of left field. While there are unmistakable hints of progressive rock to be found, it's more fusion than prog, an album where guitar is the dominant voice. Alongside Genesis sideman Daryl Stuermer's Go! (2007), it looks like InsideOut Music is pursuing its own niche somewhere between rock instrumental, progressive rock, and fusion. ...


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