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The Paul Cook Project

by Paul Cook Project

Country/Christian/Pop story songs that touch the heart and tell the truth
Genre: Country: Country Gospel
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1. Making Memories
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2. Light It Up
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3. Unwanted Angels
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4. Just Say It
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5. I Do What I Do
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6. Floatin'
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7. The Only One
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8. Our Time
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9. I Can Win
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10. Fly With Me
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11. Don't Run Away (Isaiah 41:10)
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12. He Sat Down
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13. Fruit of the Spirit
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14. Forever Today(Wedding Song)
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15. He Came For You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Paul Cook Project was formed at Big Note Studios in Abilene, Texas with the help of owner/engineer, Terry Mashburn and keyboardist/arranger, Gordon Cotten. Paul wrote the words and music for all the songs and then went looking for talented vocalists and musicians in and around the Abilene, Texas area to make demos. What he found was a plethora of talent as you will hear. His own daughter, Sterling even co-wrote, Not the Only One with him.

Paul is an accomplished drummer and composes songs on the piano. He has written songs for more than 25 years and enjoys writing in many different genres from Country and Gospel to Rock, Pop, Children's and even Christmas music.

While he still has a day job in the medical field helping patients in chronic pain, he hopes one day to be a full time composer and author. He is also in the process of writing two thriller novels and several children's books which should be completed starting in 2009.


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RadioIndy.com

Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present The Paul Cook Project a GrIndie Award for their CD "The Paul Cook Project." A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy's stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.

Rice B. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Wonderful collection of Christian country/pop songs
The inescapable lesson learned by Susan Boyle’s meteoric rise to international YouTube fame is that singing talent is not the exclusive domain of attractive, expertly-coiffed 20-somethings belting out staid and redundant songs for a TV audience of musical reactionaries. The recently released disc, “The Paul Cook Project” is an album of original songs performed by various (unknown) singers from Abilene, Texas, drives that lesson home over the course of 15 tuneful, well-crafted, and meaning-filled songs that ache with sincerity and positivism. From the lush-pop strains of “Making Memories” to the contemporary country pulse of the Anytown, USA, narrative, “Light It Up”; from the self-empowerment piano ballad “I Can Win” to the inspirational strains of “Our Time,” “The Paul Cook Project” melds a diversity of musical forms in a cohesive collection, thanks mainly to Cook’s unerring knack for accessible and memorable melodies. Underscoring the entire CD is a solemn sense of Christian faith (made overt on songs such as, “Don’t Run Away” and “Fruit of the Spirit”), but the spirituality is inclusive, not heavy-handed or preachy. “The Paul Cook Project” is a very listenable, fun (check out the Roger Miller-like ditty, “I Do What I Do”) uplifting and, most of all, engaging CD of well-conceived, well-played & (gasp!) well-sung songs by the guy next door and an anonymous – but talented, community of singers.