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On Cover To Cover there are 13 of new interpretations of other people's songs which came into being during the recording sessions for Neal Morse's solo albums Testimony (2002), One (2005) and ? (2006). The multi-instrumentalist got support from the musicians who also refined the afore mentioned albums: Randy George, who picked the bass on One onwards, and Mike Portnoy (Dream Theater / Transatlantic), who already made music with Morse at the time of Transatlantic and who also accompanied him later on his solo albums.
The energy that Morse puts into his own compositions can be heard on Cover To Cover, too. Seven of the thirteen recordings are previously unreleased, among others there are such wonderful pieces as Cat Stevens' Where Do The Children Play or the Monkees classic, written by Carole King, Pleasant Valley Sunday. And there are compositions by David Bowie, Cream, Paul McCartney, Joe Jackson, Chicago, U2, Badfinger, George Harrison, The Who, Moody Blues, and Blind F