Tim Miller | Trio, Vol. 3

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Trio, Vol. 3

by Tim Miller

Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Lift
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2. Stowed
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3. New York
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4. Roller Coaster
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5. Breathe
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6. RB
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7. Up the Steps
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8. Three Sides
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Jay Umble

Further development of Miller's Style
This latest album from Tim Miller is a little more straightforward as compared with his earlier releases. I find this album to be more about Tim's prodigious guitar chops than about composition, His prior two albums were weighted more towards compositional. Although two beautiful compositional tunes on the album are STOWED and ROLLER COASTER. These two tunes remind one of some of the great fusion albums from the past whereupon listening you would say, "now this is some BAD shit'! STOWED and ROLLER COASTER has scored high on the BAD SHIT meter! The only criticism I have is that I think the drum sound concept could have had a little more variety from tune to tune. But my respect for Tim Miller is so great, he gets five stars from me!
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Brian Hamilton

Excellent but over too soon
The compositions and performances on this album are top notch, but when the album ended after only 38 minutes, I assumed I hadn't put all the songs in the player. Alas, beautiful and exciting music, but not nearly enough of it. So much less than on his last two albums. 5 stars for the music, but only 3 stars for the brevity of the listening experience which was truly a letdown.
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