I'm a Singer-Songwriter who loves playing live and recording original songs on my Boss Micro-BR 4-track. My style is mainly acoustic, with some rock, psychedelia and blues thrown into the mix. My main aim though is to write great songs, no matter what the style. It's a magic formula you really have to work at (unless you're Burt Bacharach, Jimmy Webb or Brian Wilson...).
All the songs I post are predominately written and played by me, but I'm lucky to have worked with some great musical collaborators including Mike Fife, James Higgins, Marcelo Prive, Mike McGrath, Dave Berry, Mark Ros, and Bodie Sickler. Thanks guys!
I'm also guitarist & co-songwriter in the band Jemima's Kite, with James Higgins, Mike Fife and Geir Alfsen. We're currently working on our 6th album.
Thanks for looking and listening!
Tim Green - Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Bass, Mandolin, Keyboards, Vocals.
Established in 1967, and carried away by Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds from the age of 3.
Mike Fife, James Higgins, Marcelo Prive, Mark Ros, Dave Berry (to name but a few...).
Pubs & Local Festivals in and around Surrey. I love playing live - just me and my acoustic.
Kate Bush, Donovan, Prefab Sprout, Roxy Music, ELO, Gram Parsons, Nick Lowe, The Beach Boys, Glen Campbell, David Sylvian, Marc Bolan, Jeff Buckley, Nick Drake, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Smiths, The Band, Joni Mitchell, Small Faces, Buffalo Springfield.
Tanglewood Sundance electro-acoustic (all-solid mahogany); Hofner Verythin archtop electric; Danelectro 'Dead on 67' electric; Fender Telecaster (my main guitar); Ibanez electro-acoustic; Takamine 12-string acoustic; Epiphone 1956 Les Paul Goldtop; Electro-acoustic mandolin; Precision-style Bass; Bespeco wah pedal; Big Muff Fuzz; various other fx stompboxes; And my lovely little Boss Micro-BR digital recorder: a recording studio in your pocket.
"I AM here, and it DOES make sense. I came back to 1955 with the
you from 1985 to get a book back from Biff. So once we got the book
back, you...that is the YOU from 1985...were in the DeLorean when it
got struck by lightning and you got sent back to 1885!"
"1885? It's a very interesting story, Future Boy, but
there's one little thing that doesn't make sense. If the me in the
future is now in the past, how could you possibly know about it?"