reviews for the archaeology project:

"Tim Morse has a new compilation out titled 'The Archaeology Project' that covers a diverse range of his work, including expansive art rock, intelligent melodic pop, ambient explorations, and elegant acoustic guitar instrumentals...This release is an ideal place to start your exploration of his material."

Anil Prasad, Innerviews

"A well rounded retrospective and a fitting showcase for his musical inspirations and talents."

Geoff Feakes, DPRP

  "A great way to discover Tim Morse!"

 Music in Belgium 

"A magnificent fourteen song retrospective of Morse's music from 2005-2020."

Exclusive Magazine

"Classy...that speaks to both the quality and the consistency of Morse's music. I can't think of a better introduction to his music than this CD."

Gary Hill, Music Street Journal

"The compilation of The Archaeology Project by Tim Morse is excellent in presenting a timeline of his work."

 Gregg Keniston, 

 "Apocalyptic Visions": The music flows from a gentle ambient beginning, to a hard rock attack, back and forth, until the closing guitar frenzy finishes off the song with a powerful punch. Songs like "Adrift" and "Afterword" showcases Morse's gentler side, while "200 Yards" is a perfectly wrapped, concise progressive piece that has all the elements for a single release, along with the uplifting pop aspects of "My Ally." Tim closes out his new compilation with a cover of the classic Pink Floyd epic "Dogs."

"Older songs such as the epic "Apocalyptic Visions" and "Afterword" benefit from the remastering completed by Morse and Craig Long."

Preston Frazier, Something Else!

"A solid bet for genre fans that need to get up to date."  

ReViews FOR III:

 "Tim Morse III is an engaging, appealing album that seamlessly bridges melodic rock and progressive influences...the album offers dramatic and complex arrangements, but focused firmly on serving the emotional trajectory of the songs."
Anil Prasad, Innerviews

"III is a music rock fans who enjoy catchy pop melodies and complex, uptempo arrangements will find much to like about Tim Morse III."
Robert Silverstein,

"(It's) certainly worth 45 minutes of anyone's time, especially fans of melodic prog.  Yes followers in particular should give it a try."
Geoff Feakes,

"A seamless melding of classic prog and melodic pop that's full of intriguing moments and engaging flourishes, and well worth checking out."
Jason Warburg, Daily Vault

"There's no doubt fans of symphonic prog will find much to enjoy.  Recommended."
Jerry Lucky, The Progressive Rock Files

"A classy prog album that certainly would have made my 2018 'best of list' if I'd gotten to it sooner.  Highly recommended."

Jon Neudorf, Sea of Tranquility

"Musically, III is enjoyable - occupying the lighter end of the Yes style spectrum.  Morse is a skilled writer and player...with a voice reminiscent of Ajalon's Wil Henderson."

PROG Magazine

"Recommended for fans of melodic rock with some progressive touches."

Jon Davis, Expose

 "Hope that in the future we will not have to wait as long to listen to the successor of this latest opus, which already sets the bar very high for future records."
Music Waves (France)

"**** (four stars) - (an) excellent addition to any prog rock music collection."
Prog Archives 

"A delight and a pleasure."
Brad Birzer, Spirit of Cecilia

"Great keyboard work, amazing vocals and guitar performances on such tracks as Wake Up, The Marquis, My Ally and much more.  I was impressed with how well this album was written, recorded, performed and produced."
Oasis entertainment blog

"A total enchantment! (four and a half stars)"
Highlands Magazine

"Excellent new music!" (III was chosen as #57 in the Gagliarchieves top 100 releases of 2018 - above Yes, Tony Banks and Jan Hammer!).
Tom Gagliardi, Aural Moon Radio

"A satisfying and powerful release that fits well within his catalog."
Gary Hill, Music Street Journal

 "The singer/songwriter side of prog, (Morse) proves it doesn't have to be
mystical bombast to get the point across."

"Highly melodic...a cultured and accessible release."
Pete Whalley,

"Morse has a voice that really draws the listeners in...he sounds constantly focused and inspired."

"It's one of his finest...Morse has embodied this music with an old school 
progressive rock vibe that just doesn't exist in today's Prog genre."
Anne Carlini

"The Mary Celeste, with divine violin, is a perfectly balanced and mature work."
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