Doc V | Nothing Can Hold Me Back

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Nothing Can Hold Me Back

by Doc V

If there is anything about Doc V that you need to know is that there are several styles, pop, easy listening, country, bluegrass, jazz, thought provoking but they are all edifying.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nothing Can Hold Me Back
3:31 $0.59
2. You Are Gold
3:39 $0.59
3. Glory Meet Me
3:45 $0.59
4. You Honor Me
2:49 $0.59
5. Here I Stay
3:43 $0.59
6. You Are Wonderful
3:59 $0.59
7. Tabernacle
4:09 $0.59
8. His Song Is for You
4:09 $0.59
9. Where Would I Be
3:44 $0.59
10. You're My Vine
4:00 $0.59
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Album Notes
This album has had great reviews; I am really impressed! The highlights of the album are many. Madeline Lively performs on this album singing back-up vocals on 6 of doc's songs, and her voice blends beautifully with him. Noah Claunch, and Kyle Appleton do a fantastic job on guitars. Noah's rendition of "You Are Gold" has a classic acoustic vibe with excellent timing and tacets added. Kyle plays the lap steel guitar on You're My Vine, and his bluegrass banjo on "Here I Stay", gives this song a classic image of what country should be (the engineers also brought in a North Carolinian, Phil Neighbors to help). Canaan McDuffie, and Neil Moralez on percussions are great. Canaan's chimes, and Neil's use of cymbals on Tabernacle, are awesome. They give you the dramatics of walking into the presence of God. There isn't a weak song on this album. Doc is very versatile and his voice is multifaceted as he goes from a country to a standard and even a 'Jason Maraz' type style for different numbers. The engineering is superb thanks to Pariecee McGriff who also plays bass and some lead on the album.
The songs are very catchy, especially Glory Meet Me. After listening to it once, I was singing it, and so were my kids!
If these songs are not sung, listened to, meditated upon by millions, I would be surprised. Nate, Sonic Electronix



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