"Time Odyssey" was Vinnie Moore's 1988 follow up to "Mind's Eye" and was released on the Squawk label (a division of PolyGram Records), which also released the amazing "Maximum Security" by Tony MacAlpine. This release ontinues the neo-classical metal backdrop of his first album, while keeping shred guitar fans happy with cuts like "Prelude/Into The Future" and "Race With Destiny". Moore pays homage to the Beatles and George Harrison on "Time Odyssey" with a wang bar enhanced version of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps". The piece "April Sky" is classically influenced as Moore takes notes and inspiration from Bach's "Air On A G String" and "Piano Concerto No. 5 (Second Movement). Keyboard player Jorden Rudes also contributes in the songwriting department on "Prelude", "Into The Future" and "Message In A Dream".
|04:23||Prelude/Into The Future||Instrumental|
|05:30||Beyond The Door||Instrumental|
|09:02||Message In A Dream||Instrumental|
|06:42||As Time Slips By||Instrumental|
|06:38||Race With Destiny||Instrumental|
|04:40||While My Guitar Gently Weeps||Instrumental|
|06:13||Pieces Of A Picture||Instrumental|
|Vinnie Moore||Guitar, Production, Album Concept|
|Brooke Hendricks||Engineering Assistance|
|Nick Jainschigg||Cover Illustration|
|Recorded in February, 1988 at Kajem/Victory Studios, Gladwyne, PA.
Mastered at Masterdisk.
Art direction by Reiner Design Consultants, Inc.