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Alan Morse onstage with Spocks Beard at BB Kings in NYC, April 27, 2007.
|Born||22 January 1958|
|Instruments||Guitar, theremin, cello, musical saw, keyboards, drums, bass, bouzouki|
|Associated acts||Spock's Beard, Chad & Jeremy, Spencer Davis|
Alan Morse (born 22 January 1958) is a guitarist of the progressive rock band Spock's Beard. He is the brother of co-founder Neal Morse, who left the band in 2002. Morse is married to Kathryn Morse and has two children, Julia and John. He has recorded with many artists including Chad & Jeremy, Spencer Davis, Neal Morse, and (Spock's Beard keyboardist) Ryo Okumoto. Along with the guitar, he sings and plays the theremin, the cello, musical saw, keyboards, drums, bass & bouzouki. Morse has a degree in electrical engineering and owns an electronics manufacturing company, DynaMetric, Inc. Unusual for a rock guitar player, Morse does not use a pick. Alan completed his first solo album, Four O'Clock & Hysteria, which was released in 2007.
See also Spock's Beard.
- Alan Morse – Four O'Clock & Hysteria (2007)
- "Cold Fusion"
- "Return To Whatever"
- "Drive in Shuffle"
- "R Bluz"
- "First Funk"
- "Dschungel Cruz"
- "The Rite of Left"
- "Spanish Steppes"
- "Track 3"
- "Major Buzz"