|Name: Tim Tibbitts
Released: November 2006
Tim Tibbitts – vocals, accoustic guitar
Noel Webb – drums
Attila Toth – bass
Justin Abedin – electric guitar
Ron Lopata – keyboards
It’s always so cute to hear about how boys write songs about girls. And it’s just awe inspiring when these songs get recorded, and released, and used in all sorts of media. And it’s just sort of funny when you have the song-writer admit that the woman he’s writing all these love songs about, really doesn’t react to it, perhaps too much of a good thing?
I think I’m safe to say that Tim’s music is a lot of romantic love songs, and many are of the ballad type, and the most part would be accoustic. I say I feel safe in saying this, since I heard him say it on stage when I last saw him play. Considering he admitted to writing many of the love songs for his wife, it’s not particularly surprising.
After that last paragraph, it still surprised me, the music that’s on the album. Just because the songs are love songs, and are ballads, doesn’t mean they’re all slow and sound the same. Each song is quite unique in how it’s written, and what, and how the instruments are used. A lot of the songs are powerful and moving, and definately make me jealous of Tim’s wife that she’s had so many beautiful songs written about her.
These are romantic songs, I’d listen to them if I’m feeling exceptionally girly and want to feel happy and loved. Most weekend in other words. If I happen to be with any particular “special someone” who wouldn’t mind listening, I’d play it then too. It’s hard to say. I’m pretty sure I listened to this CD all Valentines Day.