Guitar "freeflow" meditation music 1. by Tim Edey
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A collection of some of my favorite tunes played in one takes only, on a Saltarelle 2 row diatonic D/G melodeon with guitar and piano backing by myself.
Re-workings of English morris tunes, Irish favorites & more, any squeeze box fan will enjoy.
"When I play these pieces I feel they tell a story even without words, i feel the emotion of them"
Tim Edey April 2020
20 new cuts of Solo guitar played by renowned BBC Radio Two Best Musician & Chieftains guitarist Tim Edey, including classics like Tim's Little bird, Dark Island, Bruach Na Carraige Báine, For Ireland I won't tell her name, Michael Turners waltz & many more.
On ‘Being Myself’ Tim Edey captures the spontaneity, energy, virtuosity and emotion that we’ve come to associate with his live performances. Brilliant! Johnny Whalley - www.folkradio.co.uk
ECMA nominated ground breaking album of two guitar giants!
Recorded literally in one take.
Wriggle and Writhe is an unexpected union between two masterful musicians who’ve long played key support roles in other line-ups. An extraordinarily versatile and unpredictable guitarist and button accordion player, Tim Edey has forged his formidable reputation on the back of singular contributions to any number of Celtic acts, notably Sharon Shannon, Lunasa, Mike McGoldrick, Altan and Capercaillie. New Zealander Brendan Power, meanwhile, has a bulging harmonica CV which lists Kate Bush, Sting, Van Morrison and most of Ireland’s folk royalty among his collaborators.
Tim Edey's debut album self funded, produced & recorded by Tim himself, featuring guest musicians Michael McGoldrick - flute&whistles & Lucy Randall - percussion. Tim plays every other instrument on the cd, and it is as groundbreaking in traditional music today as it was in 2001 when just out of his teens he recorded it on a Roland VS1880 machine in bedrooms, train stations, a boat & McGoldrick's house.