Paul Victor Project – Girl from Barcelona
The name Paul Victor is synonymous with musical virtuosity. Paul has described his style as a mix of fusion, soul, rock and blues music, utilizing a loaded amount of sweeping and legato in his playing. His main influences are Al DiMeola, Jimi Hendrix, Tony MacAlpine, JJ Cale, Yngwie Malmsteen and Paul Gilbert. Paul was born on the Island of St Lucia. Paul completed and released his solo CD, Time Machine in 2010, a CD from the heart where Paul shows his varied influences from the Scott Henderson-esque single, “Musetta,” to the blues derived, “Dance Angel.” Paul also shows the depth of his writing with the instrumental, “Farewell Don’t Cry”. His latest CD Girl from Barcelona promises to be amazing and again eclectic, with instrumentals from smooth jazz to fusion.
Paul comments: “This CD has been a pleasure to write and record. Writing this music over the last two years has been an epic journey. It is my desire that you can feel some of the emotional journey in the tracks as the energy resonates with you. Tracked over two continents, there have been a lot of people who have had a hand in influencing the music on this project, I thank you all for the impact you have had on my journey. My daughter will be happy that this project is actually completed thank you Cate. The track I’ll fly away was written by Albert E Brumley back in 1929, it was a song my grandmother would sing often, I am happy I get to pay tribute to her with the instrumental version of this widely used song”.
Girl from Barcelona is available for download only at CDBaby.