[A picture of an album cover by Tim Reid
used to be here until Blogger complained
– see below]
After the loud head-pounding songs I inflicted upon you in the last few days, it’s time to relax a little.
Here’s Australian troubadour Tim Reid with a
somnambulistic low-key and thoughtful song from his latest 4-track EP, Only One:
Update 1 (Tuesday 4 October): I had an MP3 of “Only One” by Tim Reid in this spot but it seems that someone, somewhere, somehow didn’t want me to share it with you because Blogger sent me a none-too-friendly message saying that something (they never tell you exactly what the naughty part of the post is – see Update 2 below) was a big no-no.
And if you want to hear the whole thing:
Update 2: Here’s the message from Blogger in its entirety. I would love them to tell me specifically what was wrong with this post…
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The Blogger Team
Tim Reid official website
Tim Reid on MySpace
Tim Reid at Popboomerang Records