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T. Leonard wasn't officially in the band yet at this time, he's just subbing, but it wasn't long until he'd end up joining them officially. I personally think they made a GREAT choice in bringing Ted to the band. Of course, J. Keegan was a no-brainer seeing as how he's basically been with the band for years.
Some flaws: On the first track: "On a Perfect Day", you can tell Ted's a bit on the nervous side. Singing is a bit shaky. Not horrible, but some noticeable nervousness. Once he gets into track 2, "The Doorway", he starts getting into his comfort zone and he does a great job on the next couple of tunes. (He ROCKS it on the "The Light"!)
A little bonus for you major SB fans: There's a special guest on the last track, "June". I'm sure you've heard of him: Neal Morse. :) Yes, folks, SB's original singer/songwriter/keyboardist/etc, etc, etc! Must admit, I wish Neal had never left, but things change. Luckily, Ted has proved to be a capable replacement. (As proved on the latest album "Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep".)
This one's worth it for true SB fans!
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This album was recorded at London’s High Voltage festival in 2011. At the time, Ted Leonard was a fill in on vocals, but a few months later this would become the current lineup of... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Steven Sly
Pointless indeed! I thought it was a steal for the price. This line up of SPOCK'S doesn't even have NICK D'VIRGILIO. Read morePublished on October 16, 2011 by Dan Cavazzi