” Morse brought Paul up onstage to perform a segment of “The Door,” a song from his concept album based on the life of Martin Luther.
This was possibly the only instance where I’ve seen Paul playing subdued for any length of time.
We got to “Yellow Submarine,” an atrocious singalong to “Mellow Yellow,” “I Am the Walrus,” and “Big Yellow Taxi” before the song was through.
(Unfortunately, Morse didn’t know Frank Zappa’s classic “Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow.”)After noodling on his song “Jailbreak,” remarking that “I could do this all day!
Silver didn’t make sense to do the first run of the Zillah dresses but now that we’ve had such a great response to them, it felt right to actually realize this dream.
This was true for my first time seeing Neal Morse (of Spock’s Beard, Transatlantic, and more).
First remarking on a 50something writing a song about a selfie- “‘Isn’t he too old to talk about selfies? ”- he started the song, sang the hook of the chorus, and then stopped to mention how he’s always compelled to sing the word “yellow” a la Chris Martin of Coldplay.
However, those of us in the crowd couldn’t get enough.From this journalist’s standpoint, your music took on more nuance and depth because of your soliloquies and verbal and musical flights of fancy. Patented vertical pivot support with steel roller bearings Bolts directly to most commercial mowers Durable powdered coated finish Pneumatic tires Extra wide foot platform Two year limited warranty. Buy now and take advantage of our summer savings specials.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.I’ve crowed many a time about Bielatowicz’s guitar prowess (and his expressions while doing so) but it bears repeating: the guy is just too much fun to watch.I’ve had the pleasure seeing him six times in two years (four times with Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy and now twice solo) and it’s consistently enjoyable.It especially helped me, a newbie, get further into the music than I would have otherwise.He continued on with “Livin’ Lightly,” and “Bridge Across Forever” which is apparently a Transatlantic tune.On the small stage at Club Passim in the heart of Harvard Square, Morse kept the audience engaged for much of his performance with his running commentary on his songs (and proselytizing, as the case was later on in the show).What would’ve been another night of looped acoustic music, to my ignorant ears, was made more meaningful with Morse’s incessant, but never irritating, monologuing.