Archive for June 11th, 2010

Tim Bowman – Tim Bowman

Hailing from Detroit heading to joy and worship Tim Bowman started his career as musical director and lead guitarist of famous group The Winans. After his departure in 1987 he focused his life on recording his own music. His debut album Love, Joy, Peace (1996) quickly peaked the charts. With the following albums Paradise (1998), Smile (2000), This Is What I Hear (2004) and his self-titled CD (2008) he fostered his huge fan base.

We have to wait some time for his next album. So let’s listen to his latest one. Tim Bowman assembled a brilliant cast of musicians on his album. Freddie Fox (rhythm guitar), Mel Brown (bass), Mike Broening (piano), Darren Rahn (sax, organ, keyboards), Jeff Lorber (piano), Najee (sax), and Kirk Whalum (sax) are among this great list of musicians.

Sweet Sundays fulfills your guitar dreams with catchy licks and chords. The song topped the charts for two weeks, staying there more than five months. The combination of elegant guitar style and hooking melody is irresistible.

High Def witnesses the inspirational cooperation between Grammy-awarded producer Michael Broening and Tim Bowman guitar genius. For You My Love showcases another facet of Bowman’s music. Produced by Randy Scott, who also performed all other instruments, this song is an acoustical highlight. A record producer, composer and musician proficient on all musical instruments, Randy Scott has performed and/or recorded with Michael Powell, Grover Washington Jr. and many more.

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