Timothy Allan Burgess (born 30 May 1967) is an English musician, singer-songwriter and record label owner, best known as the lead singer of the alternative rock band The Charlatans. Burgess was born in Salford, and grew up in Moulton, near Northwich, Cheshire. Burgess was initially the lead singer in The Electric Crayons (named after the psychedelic compilation album The Electric Crayon Set, released on the Bam-Caruso record label), who released one single, "Hip Shake Junkie".
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Listen to music from Tim Burgess like Oh My Corazon, Clutching Insignificance & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tim Burgess. Tim Burgess (born Timothy Allan Burgess on May 30, 1967, in Salford, Lancashire, England) is the lead singer of British rock/indie act The Charlatans. He joined the Charlatans in 1989 and was signed, with the band, by Beggars Banquet Records in 1990. Prior to this he was the lead singer in The Electric Crayons. Tim also Featured on Saint Etienne's 1993 Christmas single "I was born on Christmas day".
The album was produced in New York by Gordon with Ernie Brooks, Peter Zummo, Mustafa Ahmed and Nik Void all contributing to the album also. What I love about working with Peter is that in the late ’70s with Peter Zummo and Arthur Russell and all the New York.
Tim Burgess has unveiled a new track. There will also be a B Side to the release which is a cover of Arthur Russell’s ‘I couldn’t Say It To Your Face’. Take a listen to ‘Oh Men’ HERE and let us know what you thin. io. Twitter.
Tim Burgess - Oh Men (ICP remix).
Tim Burgess chatting to Getintothis’ Peter Guy. Tim Burgess visited Liverpool’s Oh Me Oh My as part of his Tim Book Two tour, Getintothis’ Vicky Pea presents the highlights. Four years on since the release of his first autobiographical adventure, and the quite fantastic, Telling Stories, Tim Burgess has returned to the page with Tim Book Two. Many of the stand out passages of Telling Stories came as Tim recounted his memories of purchasing and playing records for the first time, visiting his local shop and conversing with its owner over the latest releases.
Tim Burgess: It was one of the first tracks we recorded during the first sessions for the album in January and also one of the four BMG initially heard. Is it representative of the album? Yes, I think it is although it doesn't particularly sound like any of the other songs on Modern Nature either. It stands alone but fits in really well with the album. For some reason it reminded me of 'With No Shoes' from Tellin' Stories when we first recorded it. That was the opening track on Tellin' Stories and I thought this should be the opening track on the new record. They've done a remix of one of my songs, 'Oh Men', which should be out before Christmas. It's on a twelve-inch called 'The Oh Men Remix Project'. Chris And Cosey are doing one, Stephen and Gillian are doing one, Peaking Lights are doing one. It's going to be a five-track twelve-inch EP or mini-album - whichever you want to call it - On O Genesis.
Written-By – Kurt Wagner, Peter Gordon, Tim Burgess
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Written-By [Song] – Charles Arthur Russel Jr.*
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