TIM BURGESS Tickets
Following the announcement of the release of his new remix album for 'Oh No I Love You', More Tim Burgess will be embarking on a headline tour this September.
'Oh No I Love You' was co-written with Lambchop's Kurt Wagner with contributions from members of Clem Snide, Factory Floor and My Morning Jacket as well as lo fi legend R. Stevie Moore. Although a solo album it was a collaborative effort and soon enough there was a companion album, 'Oh No I Love You More. Remixes' by friends who taken a shine to the original songs that had been recorded in Nashville.
'Oh No I Love You' was met with critical acclaim; Paul Weller called it "Tim's magnum opus". The Times concluded that Tim was "running Damon Albarn close for the title of busiest Britpop alumnus" and The Guardian claimed it was "Burgess at his best".
Tim played a sold out shows at The Union Chapel in London, Manchester Cathedral, The Oran Mor and The Royal Northern College of Music. The songs took on their own lease of life and before long enough remixes and alternative versions of the songs were gathered in from Tim's friends - enough for a whole album. 'This is it: Oh No I Love You More'.
Kurt Wagner lends a world weary timbre to his spoken word version of A Case For Vinyl // Tim duets on Ours with Italian actress/ director Asia Argento // Anton Newcombe, The Brian Jonestown Massacre head honcho transforms The Doors of Then into a chant friendly psyche stomp // R. Stevie Moore's covers The Economy while Django Django, Perc, Factory Floor, The Horrors and The Seahawks take the album from it's Nashville home to every style from woozecore to even a hint of dubstep
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