vocals, ambient soundscapes, chill-out interludes, cutting edge
samples-all prepared in a bowl of World and Celtic spices by Ireland's
finest contemporary musicians.
Fry', the new album from Tim Goulding is a beautiful mixture of
melodic songs, Celtic influences and digital exploration..........Great
vocals, creative music crafted by musicians who obviously love
performing their undoubted talent. Alan Corr, Limerick Leader
July 29th 2000
"Midnight Fry is much like the landscape of West Cork: giddy with
shadows and swept with glorious, wildly coloured flourishes of
light" Irish Examiner
"Tim Goulding retains the ability to surprise and enthrall.......'Midnight
Fry' is the work of a maverick who has decided to ignore the dictates
of fashion and go his own way"
"This is certainly Tim G in crossover mode, blending the
skittish rythms of the contemporary dance scene with mellower
sounds from the world of Roots. And very capably, too. The album's
showpiece is the 8 and a half minute "O-Mane", a rich ratatouille
of dance grooves, jangly Irish folk, Miles Davis interludes, ethnic
drum talk and the sound of falling water.
Midnight Fry you'd swear Tim Goulding (Doctor Strangely Strange)
got off the train marked 'Beck' for such is its foxy mix of folk,
blues and ambient hysteria set amidst cool vocals.
John O'Regan's 'fROOTS Critics Choices of 2000
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