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Tim Lyddon: Shades of People

Read "Shades of People" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Comparisons to Keith Jarrett are certainly not out of order for pianist Tim Lyddon. Comparison to Bill Evans even withstands muster. However, Mr. Lyddon, while introspective in his playing, is not that introspective. The pianist’s previous recording, I’ve Traveled So Far , was well-received in these pages, and with very good reason. Mr. Lyddon is the ...

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Tim Lyddon: I've Traveled So Far

Read "I've Traveled So Far" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

What's not to like...

With an engaging light-as-a-feather, block-chord touch, pianist Tim Lyddon spins out eight original and two standard compositions, all impeccably performed in the piano trio format.. A California-born current New Yorker, Lyddon employs his original compositions to express the art of the trio. He is not a blues player (at least on this ...

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Tim Lyddon: I've Traveled So Far

Read "I've Traveled So Far" reviewed by Stephen Koch

Pianist Tim Lyddon uses a trio setting on this set of ten songs and creates music that is demanding and inspired. Ably backed by bass and drums he spreads the tunes around on another and back again.

Eight songs are originals by Tim with the other two being standards. “Theme For a Lost Real" allows all ...