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Tim Bowness

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3.70 | 60 ratings | 2 reviews | 24% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2017

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Worlds of Yesterday (5:41)
2. Moonshot Manchild (8:58)
3. Kill The Pain That's Killing You (3:44)
4. Nowhere Good To Go (4:46)
5. You'll Be The Silence (9:01)
6. Lost In The Ghost Light (1:40)
7. You Wanted To Be Seen (5:32)
8. Distant Summers (4:06)

Total Time 43:28

Line-up / Musicians

- Tim Bowness / Vocals, Backing Vocals, Synths and Rhythm Programming (6)
- Stephen Bennett / Keyboards, Additional Guitars (1,2,4,5)
- Bruce Soord / Guitars (1,3,5,7,8) Backing Vocals (1)
- Colin Edwin / Electric, Fretless and Acoustic Bass Guitars
- Hux Nettermalm / Drums (1,2,5)
- Andrew Booker / Drums (3,4,7,8)
- Ian Anderson / Flute (8)
- Steve Bingham / Violin (7,8)
- Charlotte Dowding / Violin Ensemble (3,4,5)
- Andrew Keeling / String Arrangements (3,4,5) Flute (3,4,5), Acoustic Guitars (4)
- David Rhodes / Guitar (3)
- The 'unknown' Pete Smith / Rickenbacker Bass (7)
- Kit Watkins / Flute (1,6) Waterphone (6)

Releases information

February 17, 2017
Label: BurningShed
Format: CD, DVD, Digital

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TIM BOWNESS Lost in the Ghost Light ratings distribution

(60 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(24%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(45%)
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Review by admireArt
3 stars A natural turn of events.

Tim Bowness' "Lost in the Ghost Light", 2017, musical language displays an ellaborated simplicity very much in tune with the best of Pop and Rock's easily radio waveable friendly songs. Of course this styling falls naturally in his slow paced, dream like ballads as in his most precious attribute his bare naked, fully emotional lyrics, where music as such is at their command.

It will be totally unwise to bash this project because of the before mentioned closeness to mainstream audiences, worse considering how narrow the borders between Prog and white Pop/Rock eventually turned out in these modern times and if anything (as always) his guest ensemble is quiet a dream team!

Clean, attractive and showing a healthy unpretentiousness, this release does not break any kind of unexplored grounds but emphasizes the well established and focused side of Tim Bowness' personal, atmospheric and melancholic moods and his up front approach in their musical expression as in his unmistakable narrative, moving, as told, towards detailed simplicity and transparent perfection.

*** 3.5 PA stars.

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4 stars It is possible that some of you are not familiar with the name Tim Bowness, so maybe it is better to begin by saying a few things about him. Tim Bowness is an English songwriter, singer, keyboard player and producer, who worked with many famous musicians during his career. He is mostly known ... (read more)

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