We proudly present our fourth album release this year. The debut album “Play Birds” by Tim Wood. A soundtrack with songs, grooves and ideas that have been inspired by birds. Tim Wood is a Dutch-born composer, arranger and musician, whose jazz and classical training earned him success as a soundtrack composer for different dance theatre performances in the Netherlands. He is inspired by the audio verité of classic film composers like Lalo Schifrin and Ennio Morricone as well as the usual stable of dance floor innovators and a large cast of jazz-soul pioneers. Tim’s production is appropriately spacious and theatrical, though usually focused on club consumption as well. Tim Wood is comfortable in his music and uses lots of different colors, sounds and rhythms. Writing, playing and producing it all by himself. He plays the drums, a Beatle-bass, some funky guitars, percussion and an old Philacordia organ. He also invited some friends to his studio to jam with other instruments like the Indian sitar, classical violins, saxophones and trumpets. Tim is deeply rooted in the 60’s sound and influenced by funk, the psychedelic 60’s orientated rock, a slice of the bollywood vibes and jazz improvisation. Where can you put this music? We believe this music can be played everywhere, because it’s free. Play it in the living room, in theatre or even on the dancefloor. It’s free as a bird. Tim Wood is a Play Bird.
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