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New EP from Victor Steele touches upon blues and world music
(Published: October 08, 2014)

Singer/songwriter Victor Steele's V-Factor EP is a country and blues mix with hints of both Kenny Rogers in his heyday and the distinct percussion of the Bee Gees' R&B hits like "Too Much Heaven."

"Gonna Be There," the very first track, introduces a relaxed evening feel that is carried through the set. It is made for dimmed lights or candle lights with a glass of wine or maybe rum. Guaranteed that this will receive repeated spins.

The second track, "Beautiful Thing," repeats the mood and seduction with a beautiful tempo, almost suggesting touching the sky is possible. The continuation of track one in this almost creates a storyline over two songs that reminds one of Rogers' "You Decorated My Life." The build-up to the crescendo has a world music hint that makes for a good dance before the wishful hoping ends and a calm consummation that this is to stay takes over.

In "Can't Wait," the third track, the missing link is found, and she is coming back to stay. Home is complete and a new storyline emerges with certainty.

More Information: http://www.victorsteele.com

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