More Tim Burness music on YouTube

Finding New Ways To Love (2004)

Finding New Ways To Love (2004)

More tracks from my albums are now up on YouTube. Mumbling In The House Of Commons (originally written in 1981, final version released in 1989) is a punky little number and the nearest thing I’ve had to a “Greatest Hit”. It has featured on several releases down the years.

The two albums below feature Fudge Smith (ex-Pendragon, ex-Steve Hackett) on drums, Keith Hastings on bass, Monty Oxymoron (The Damned) on keyboards and myself on guitar, vocals and keyboards.

From Finding New Ways To Love (2004) there is the upbeat Open Man and the darker and rockier Walk Through The Darkness, both popular tracks. I have also uploaded Heal Your Soul and Love Is For Giving and the short instrumental Beneath The Surface.

Vision On (2007)

Vision On (2007)

 

From Vision On (2007) there are the ambient pieces Undercurrents and Undercurrents II, the space-rock of Broaden Your Horizons and the instrumental progrock of Can You Hack It?

I think they’ve stood the test of time but of course I’m biased!

Tim Burness music on YouTube

Burnessence 1983

Burnessence 1983

 

We are about to upload some more tracks from my albums down the years. The following are already up on YouTube:- Touch Together and the experimental Wood Being Sawn (And Other Interesting Noises) are short instrumentals from my first album in 1983.

Poppadom Rock is an old live band favourite from the 1984 Burnessence album, I Am You Are Me. It features some nice violin and E-bow guitar.

I Am You Are Me 1984

I Am You Are Me 1984

I Don’t Know What’s Good For Me is a solo song featuring acoustic guitar and voice, released in 1997.

Unstoppable Waves Of Joy is a more upbeat progrock track from Finding New Ways To Love, released in 2004. There’s much more to go up on YouTube from this album.

 

 

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