Thomas Yazvac | Spatial Dreams

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Avant Garde: Mixed Media Rock: Progressive Rock Moods: Featuring Piano
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Spatial Dreams

by Thomas Yazvac

A contemporary mix of classical fusion to relax your inner spirit.
Genre: Avant Garde: Mixed Media
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1. Jennifer's Love
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2:21 album only
2. Spatial Dreams
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4:53 album only
3. Tom's Song
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4. Frankfurt Winter
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3:23 album only
5. Distant Voices
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2:37 album only
6. Wisper Thal
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4:26 album only
7. Michelle
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8. Lonely Day's
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Album Notes
Thomas Yazvac was born in Baltimore, MD. on January, 31, 1961. He was raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. Thomas worked with John Oliva in the 80's of Savatage Fame. John is presently a composer with Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Thomas has a credit on "Hall of the Mountain King" for synthesizer sound design. He lived in Germany for eight years while playing with Phoenix, a rock band, as a multi-keyboard artist in which he recorded on their first album. On Spatial Dreams, one can hear the European influence in his music, such as in the songs, "Frankfurt Winter" and "Wisper Thal", as well as the fusion influence in the song, "Distant Voices".


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Great music I love it!
Hey do you remember me I was a friend of Meg\'s from back in the 70s.
When your family lived in St Pete?