Tribute To Traumatised War Veterans
That the talented Neal Morse pays homage to in addition to the Prog-God and his Christian colleagues, has already been discussed sufficiently. Fits the contemplative time between the years – the invites in regularity to complain about the continued questionable status of the human-to-human interaction – has Morse published to the financial statements 2017, a new music video, the stems as Anti-war ballad in the Singer/Songwriter style at the same time, the advertising drum for the middle of February published a new Album “Life & Times”.
Even the colleagues from the “star” was picked up by the “He Died At Home”-Clip-observance, in the Morse the fate of traumatized war veterans. Quote: “I had for the roommate of a friend prayed, an Ex-soldier with personal problems. As we did in Paris, I received in the morning, the news that he had died. As I began to develop the ideas for a Song about him, I recalled an encounter at a military base in Tennessee. We should pray for the men, because almost every week there was a funeral of someone who is at home died’.”
Now, instead of in a classic what-aboutism to expire, and after the equally tragic Victims of the opposing side questions, we have also some cold metal soul touching Song best easy to affect us, and Neal Morse is a brief explanation to the emergence of the video afterwards: “When I the idea for the Song had, I was on the net about suicides of soldiers researched and found an article about a young soldier named William Busbee. He returned in 2012 from Afghanistan, and had then committed suicide. The Director of the video has then approached Libby Busbee, the mother of the dead; they heard the Song and was so touched that she has made photos of William for the Video.”