Work on the forthcoming live DVD, Mixtaped, has now been completed.
More interviews have been conducted for Richard Smith’s No-Man documentary and both DVDs are still on course for a Spring 2009 release.
Tim & Steven have also been working on two new no-man pieces, Death Was California & Counting. These tracks may appear as extras on the forthcoming DVD, or be released as downloads.
The forthcoming Judy Dyble album, Talking With Strangers, which has been co-produced by Tim and Alistair Murphy, has been completed and is scheduled for Spring/Summer 2009 release.
Tim has contributed backing vocals throughout the album and played some guitar and mellotron.
The first taste of the album is likely to be a single release of the duet, Grey October Day.
The album also features contributions from Simon Nicol (Fairport Convention), Julianne Regan (All About Eve), Jacqui McShee (Pentangle) and present and former King Crimson personnel, Pat Mastelotto, Ian McDonald and Robert Fripp.
Tim will be appearing on a couple of tracks on Norwegian band The Opium Cartel’s new album, Night Blooms, which has a release date of March 16th. Tim’s main contribution will be on a cover of Brian Eno’s classic, By This River.
Tim has recently recorded some vocals for a song by US band OSI (an experimental project led by Chroma Key’s Kevin Moore and Fate’s Warning’s Jim Matheos).
Work on Tim’s collaboration album with Giancarlo Erra will continue in early 2009.
Tim has recently co-written two songs with guitarist Mike Bearpark. Beyond The Firing Line (featuring no-man’s live violinist, ‘Maestro’ Steve Bingham) appears on Tim’s MySpace page.