A gap and then some! This constitutes the second blog entry this year and only the third over an eighteen month period. Below, find some reasons for my protracted ‘slow blog’ absence. ———— Work is now complete on T-Bo solo album number five. It feels very much like I’ve pressed reset and, in some ways, has the air of an … Read More
Anywhere But Widnes – Plenty (An Origin Story) Tim has written a new album notes blog – Anywhere But Widnes – Plenty (An Origin Story).
no-man’s Returning Jesus deluxe A deluxe Kscope label reissue of no-man’s lauded fourth studio album featuring a 2017 remaster by Steven Wilson. Originally released on the 3rd Stone label in February 2001, Returning Jesus is a collection of ambitious songs which combine Singer-Songwriter, Art Rock, ECM Jazz, and Ambient influences with the band’s unique widescreen production and seductively melancholy compositions. … Read More
Songs From The Ghost Light update The limited one-off pressing CD of Songs From The Ghost Light – now sold out – is in this week’s UK charts at #20 in the Rock chart, #10 in the Indie Breakers chart and #39 in the Independent Albums chart. Congratulations to Steven Wilson for his astonishing #3 chart placing and Judy Dyble … Read More
Tim Bowness announces new album ‘Lost In The Ghost Light’ Tim Bowness announces the release of his fourth solo album, Lost In The Ghost Light. Released on 17th February 2017, through InsideOutMusic, the album has been mixed and mastered by Steven Wilson and is unlike any in Tim’s back catalogue. Bowness utilises a core band comprising Stephen Bennett (Henry Fool), Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree), Bruce Soord … Read More
The waiting is over and the results are in (sort of, anyway). The last few months have seen a whirlwind of activity, with a new album release, a (by my standards) extensive ‘World’ tour (of 4 dates in 2 countries, no less!), a ten ton truckload of interviews, and a social schedule that involved more than just waving to bleary-eyed … Read More
I’ve been really grateful for all the positive comments about ADD. Thanks to everyone who’s bought the album and left feedback about it. After such a long time living with the music and obsessively trying to make it what I wanted it to be, objectivity had long since departed. As such, I suffered plenty of trepidation regarding the potential reactions … Read More