Words and Tones
This 14-track VOCAL version of Victor’s dual release features a stunning collection of female vocalists and an all-star cast of guest artists. It was released in September of 2012, the same day as its instrumental companion Sword and Stone.
If you like word-play, make sure to check out ‘Listen and Be Silent, ‘Sword and Stone’, and ‘Love is my Favorite Word.’ If you want some inspiration, ‘A Woman’s Strength”, It’s Alright’, and ‘Heaven’ may be appropriate. To mellow out a bit, you might choose ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’, or ‘Love To Hear U Laugh’. If you want to groove, check out Divinity Roxx on ‘Say Word’ and Meshell Ndegeocello singing and playing bass on ‘Get it Right’. There’s no way to go wrong with this album.
If you want to enjoy instrumental versions of nine of the fourteen tracks on Words and Tones, first take the letter “s” off the end of each word and put it at the beginning. You’ll get Sword and Stone. Next, go to the adjacent page and purchase that record. You won’t be disappointed.