The 2011 release from Timber Timbre.
"When Toronto singer/songwriter Taylor Kirk, who performs under the name Timber Timbre, topped Eye Weekly's cross-country critics poll in
2010 with his self-titled third album, it was the culmination of his ascent from relative obscurity to, well, name recognition at least,
thanks to the re-release of Timber Timbre on Arts & Crafts (and the efforts of original label Out of This Spark). Since the current label
and continuing accolades have brought the singer to an even wider audience, it's impressive that Kirk has followed up by out-weirding his
unique sound with Creep On Creepin' On. Here, his talent for crafting haunting, down-tempo pop gems is paired with tangential instrumental
breaks and avant-garde arrangements. What continues to make Timber Timbre such a compelling listen, however, is the underlying funkiness.
The supple bass grooves that bounce along under Kirk's quirky lyrical insights give the whole enterprise a Tom Waits-ian gospel/doo-wop vibe.
Timber Timbre is still odd, and oddly infectious." - Eye Weekly
Learn more about Timber Timbre at http://www.myspace.com/timbertimbre.
Learn more about Arts & Crafts at http://www.arts-crafts.ca.
Possible influences include: Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead
Previews - Creep On Creepin' On
01. Timber Timbre - Bad Ritual -
02. Timber Timbre - Obelisk -
03. Timber Timbre - Creep On Creepin' On -
04. Timber Timbre - Black Water -
05. Timber Timbre - Swamp Magic -
06. Timber Timbre - Woman -
07. Timber Timbre - Too Old to Die Young -
08. Timber Timbre - Lonesome Hunter -
09. Timber Timbre - Do I Have Power -
10. Timber Timbre - Souvenirs -
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- Album package comes with artwork including one PDF page.
Album File Size - MP3 Format - 64.87 MB
Album File Size - CD-Quality Lossless FLAC Format - 230.95 MB