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Tim Carman

Boston-based drummer/bandleader/author and educator, with an ever-lengthening discography including entries from nouveau organ threesome, The Tim Carman Trio, as well as the similarly configured homage to the blues, GA-20.

Source: Doug Collette


Album Review

Tim Carman Trio: King Comfy

Read "King Comfy" reviewed by Doug Collette

On King Comfy, Tim Carman Trio plays with such irrepressible glee that it is difficult, if not impossible, to resist the vivacious charm of their musicianship. Over the course of the album's forty-minutes, its tongue-in- cheek title becomes as much (or more) of a direct reflection of the band's natural fluidity as its ingratiating cover photo. Much of the fun in listening to this, the threesome's second full-length album, is trying to identify the apparent teases in cuts ...

Multiple Reviews

The Tim Carman Trio And GA-20: Everything Old Is New Again

Read "The Tim Carman Trio And GA-20: Everything Old Is New Again" reviewed by Doug Collette

An author and educator besides a musician, Boston-based Tim Carman might well qualify as a renaissance man. Based on two closely coincidental releases on which he appears, not to mention an increasingly lengthy discography including prior titles with these very same ensembles, he's certainly an artist to be reckoned with. It is one thing to have command of technique, but quite another to be able to adjust those technical skills for a variety of settings and still retain a distinctive ...

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Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson

King Comfy

F-Spot Records


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