Moby Dick; or, The Album opens over a cold dark landscape with two voices blending over pounding drums as airborne sounds float by. The beat and the voices stir up instruments and The Evangenitals slowly begin to add flashes, textures and touches of notes. The community of voices that centers the tune puts you in a stage production, rolling on the deck of a whaling ship with the crew magically breaking out into song. The Evangenitals set the mood and course for the story with mighty sweeps and sways of voice, rhythm and instruments. The drama of the tale of Ahab and his men sees the ill-fated crew set sail to hunt the white whale. The story has been dug into and gone over with a microscope for hidden meanings and mysterious messages since its first printing. On Moby Dick; or, The Album the goal is to let the tale unfold through the feelings of the crew. Not to judge, coax into understanding or further explain motivation. The Evangenitals tell the story, stage the characters and set sail.