The Paul Victor Project | Time Machine

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Time Machine

by The Paul Victor Project

Time Machine is a cacophony of instrumental and vocals songs from the heart of Paul Victor. The instrumentals Musetta, Time Machine and Farewell Don't Cry will take the listener on a journey of Joy and Inspiration. The vocal songs are catchy fun.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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1. Musetta
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2. Love of My Life
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3. Live Wire
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4. My Tribute
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5. Light Up the World
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6. Farewell Don't Cry
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7. Dance Angel
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8. Time Machine
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9. Play In the Rain
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10. Holy Holy Holy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Just got a Chance to "Sneak peek" a couple of tracks from Paul Victors new album... It is 100% Paul Victor with a lot of different shades. - Richard Bowling
This album has music for everyone., from the Jazz instrumental "Musetta" a sexy arrangement of music that brings mood back to Jazz. The Instrumental "Somewhere in Time" stated as the most honest piece of music listen to by many musicians. The playful "Play in the rain" a mixture of James Taylor meets John Mayor lyrics that stay with you. The instrumental "Holy Holy Holy" is a rock arrangement of the old hymnal simply amazing.


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Lisa Raulston

:) awesome
soooooooooo great to hear!!!!