Seven Bridges

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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Best known as co-founder of the pop-jazz group Windows, Tim Timmermans took his role as a solo artist too seriously on his new agey Higher Octave debut Life as we know it, trying to dominate every track with guitar, keyboard, and percussion. On the much more colorful rock and jazz textures of Seven Bridges, he focuses on his strengths as composer, producer, and percussionist, allowing some of the finest players in the genre to create a solid ensemble vibe under his leadership. Timmermans' pieces all sort of have that exotica lite taste to them, hefty on the pastoral imagery "Moonlight Walk," "Autumn Moon" but also with just enough playfulness to kick the tunes into high...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
Best known as co-founder of the pop-jazz group Windows, Tim Timmermans took his role as a solo artist too seriously on his new agey Higher Octave debut Life as we know it, trying to dominate every track with guitar, keyboard, and percussion. On the much more colorful rock and jazz textures of Seven Bridges, he focuses on his strengths as composer, producer, and percussionist, allowing some of the finest players in the genre to create a solid ensemble vibe under his leadership. Timmermans' pieces all sort of have that exotica lite taste to them, hefty on the pastoral imagery "Moonlight Walk," "Autumn Moon" but also with just enough playfulness to kick the tunes into high gear "Andrea with the Flowered Bag". Chief among those interacting are violinist Doug Cameron, sax/flute ace Michael Acosta, and Jeff Beal, whose trumpet adds smoky, dark tones to the mostly happy go lucky affair. Acoustic guitarist Joe Reyes and pianist Bill Cantos add South American flavors, while Peter White's accordion harmony adds a touch of a French cafe to the title track.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/17/1997
  • Label: Emi Import
  • UPC: 724387759428
  • Catalog Number: 877594

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Tim Timmermans Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Mandolin, Percussion, Drums, Keyboards, Rainstick, Vox Organ, Frame Drum
Doug Cameron Violin
Andrew York Electric Guitar
Jeff Beal Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Peter White Guitar, Accordion
Randy Tico Bass
Michael Acosta Flute, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Bill Cantos Piano, Vox Organ
Richard Dodd Cello
James "Hutch" Hutchinson Bass
Joe Reyes Guitar
Aina Olsen Vox Organ
Bryan Wilkinson Mann Flute
Technical Credits
William Aura Mastering
Matt Marshall Executive Producer
Dan Selene Executive Producer
Tim Timmermans Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Contributor
Murry Whiteman Art Direction
Maria Ehrenreich Director
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