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Tim Eyermann

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Offering, a band that he formed in 1974 as a sort of East Coast alternative to Tom Scott’s L.A. Express. Eyermann had piano lessons for five years starting when he was six but grew to hate them. However, when he was 14 he heard the album Cannonball Adderley and Strings and was inspired to A veteran saxophonist, Tim Eyermann was best known as the leader of East Coast take up the alto saxophone. He developed quickly and within two years was playing professionally. After graduating from Duquesne University, Eyermann spent six years in the Air Force, playing with the NORAD Band and eventually the U.S

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Tim Eyermann: Thanks for the Memories

Read "Tim Eyermann: Thanks for the Memories" reviewed by Erik R. Quick


There are countless musicians, in any major city, that regularly display an unusual degree of artistry and musicianship. They perform, compose or teach throughout a region and, regardless of their categorized arena, are known to only a few assiduous hobbyists and music fanatics. The musician may, or may not, fantasize about national fame and considerable fortune. ...

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Article: Album Review

Tim Eyermann: Karla's Fire

Read "Karla's Fire" reviewed by Dave Hughes


DC-area saxophonist Tim Eyermann proves, with his latest east coast offeringKarla's Fire, that contemporary jazz and more traditional formats can co-exist together on the same program and even compliment each other. The contemporary-oriented songs, including the opener "Just a Thought," the title cut, the Kenny Loggins ballad "Now and Then," and "Weekend Update" feature enjoyable melodies ...

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Karla's Fire

Label: Summit Records
Released: 1999
Track listing: Just a Thought; Karla's Fire; Now and Then; My Funny Valentine; Secret Love; Greencastle; Samba De Orpheo; Europa; Georgia On My Mind; Weekend Update; Manha De Carnival.

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Tim Eyermann: Karla's Fire

Read "Karla's Fire" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Rule of thumb: the amount of unadulterated Jazz substance in a CD is inversely proportional to the amount of reverb used to accentuate reeds, brass and/or rhythm. On Karla’s Fire, saxophonist Tim Eyermann sounds like he’s playing in an empty airplane hangar (empty except for his accompanists, that is). With a few exceptions, this is music ...

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Tim Eyermann: Karla's Fire

Read "Karla's Fire" reviewed by Jim Santella


Life evolves. Saxophonist Tim Eyermann was influenced by Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, and Eric Dolphy. His latest album reflects those early and integral passions clearly; yet it also reflects several influential saxophonists who’ve dominated the recording industry over the past twenty years. Even Kenny G. When improvisation and innovation take a back seat to emotional melodies, ...

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Aloha

Label: Farol
Released: 1980

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Go-Rilla

Label: Farol
Released: 1978

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Unity

Label: Farol
Released: 1977


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