Sola Scriptura (album)

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Sola Scriptura
Sola Scriptura cover.jpg
Studio album by Neal Morse
Released 26 February 2007
Genre Progressive rock[1]
Length 75:59
Label Radiant Records
Producer Neal Morse
Neal Morse chronology
With a Little Help from My Friends
(2007)With a Little Help from My Friends2007
Sola Scriptura
(2007)
Homeland
(2007)Homeland2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [2]

Sola Scriptura (Latin for "by scripture alone") is a 2007 Christian progressive rock concept album by multi-instrumentalist Neal Morse (his sixth studio album) about the life of the German theologian Martin Luther.

Performers on the record include Morse (vocals, keyboards, and guitar), Mike Portnoy (ex-Dream Theater) on drums, Randy George (Ajalon) on bass guitar, and Paul Gilbert (Racer X and Mr. Big) on guitar on the tracks "Upon the Door," "Do You Know My Name?" and "Two Down, One to Go."


Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Neal Morse.

No. Title Parts Length
1. "The Door"
  1. "Introduction"
  2. "In the Name of God"
  3. "All I Ask For"
  4. "Mercy for Sale"
  5. "Keep Silent"
  6. "Upon the Door"
29:14
2. "The Conflict"
  1. "Do You Know My Name?"
  2. "Party to the Lie"
  3. "Underground"
  4. "Two Down, One to Go"
  5. "The Vineyard"
  6. "Already Home"
25:00
3. "Heaven in My Heart"   5:11
4. "The Conclusion"
  1. "Randy's Jam"
  2. "Long Night's Journey"
  3. "Re-Introduction"
  4. "Come Out of Her"
  5. "Clothed with the Sun"
  6. "In Closing..."
16:34

Personnel[edit]

Band[edit]

Special Guest[edit]

Additional Musicians[edit]

  • Chris Carmichael - violin, viola, electric violin
  • Michael Thurman - French horn
  • Rachel Rigdon - violin
  • Hannah Vanderpool - cello
  • Debbie Bresee - background vocals
  • Richard Morse - background vocals
  • April Zachary - background vocals
  • Wade Browne - background vocals
  • Joey Pippin - background vocals
  • Amy Pippin - background vocals
  • Revonna Cooper - background vocals
  • Wil Henderson - additional vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ezell, Brice (15 February 2012). "The 10 Best Progressive Rock Albums of the 2000s". PopMatters. Retrieved 7 August 2015. 
  2. ^ Jurek, Thom (2011). "Sola Scriptura - Neal Morse | AllMusic". allmusic.com. Retrieved 22 August 2011. 

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