||Suburba CD (2010) |
Tim Skipper songs Recording information: Dark Horse Studios, Franklin, TN; S-S-Studio, Spring Hill, TN.
Editor: Dave Hagen.
Personnel: Tim Skipper (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, background vocals); A.J. Babcock (vocals, background vocals); Mark Lee Townsend (slide guitar, piano, organ, programming, background vocals); Colin Rigsby (drums, percussion, background vocals); Jared Rigsby (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: J.R. ...
||End Is Not the End CD (2008) |
Tim Skipper music CDs This 2008 follow-up to their appealingly raggedy debut finds the emo band cleaning up their production, beefing up their riffs, and at the same time creating more depth and nuance in their writing. Nowhere is this more evident than on "In the Valley of the Dying Sun," a complex, highly melodic musical journey that somehow embraces bluesy metal, twee chamber-pop, and pert electro-pop and makes it all cohere, like a Christian-rock "Bohemian Rhapsody." The rest of the album follows suit, reflecting admirable creative evolution, and promising untold growth in the future.
Recording information: S-S-Studio, Spring Hill, TN; The Sound Kitchen, Franklin, TN.
Photographers: Nick Fancher; Jon Fletcher.
Personnel: Tim Skipper (vocals, guitar); Mark Lee Townsend (vocals, autoharp, ukulele, Hammond b-3 organ); Colin Rigsby (vocals, piano, drums, percussion); Jared Rigsby (vocals, piano); A.J. Babcock (vocals); Laura Musten (violin); Buffy Woessner , Claire Indie (cello); David Henry (pump organ).
Audio Mixer: J.R. McNeely.
||What You Want Is Now CD (2003)
Tim Skipper CD discography From The Midwest
Personnel: Tim Skipper (vocals, guitar); Colin Rigsby (vocals, drums); Jenna Dalbey (strings); Scott Silletta (background vocals).
Recording information: Workbook Studios (2002).
House Of Heroes: Tim Skipper (vocals, guitar); A.J. Babcock (bass, background vocals); Colin Rigsby (drums, background vocals).
Additional personnel: Katie Ogle, Jenna Dalbey (strings); Scott Siletta (sound effects).
||Boy vs. The Cynic CD (2005) |
Tim Skipper albums Personnel: John Reuben (vocals, keyboards, programming); Grant Harrison, CR Pendleton (guitar); Brad Binion (bass guitar); Rick May, Bobby Poole, Ryan Dexter (drums); Jeff Anderson , Tim Skipper, Matthew Thiessen, Theodore Hill (background vocals).
||Professional Rapper CD (2003)
Tim Skipper discography On his third release, Professional Rapper, John Reuben forges ahead with pleasing grooves that bring the funk. Cuts like "Move" and "Treats" are likeable rhymes with Reuben frolicking in lyrical comedy, while cuts like "I Haven't Been Myself" take a more serious stance. Reuben's use of guitar riffs and Spanish-sounding horns on the tune "This Life" make for a unique number, while the cut "&Freedom to Feel" utilizes a very heavy drumbeat and eerie background nuances bringing the funny man to full center with a supernatural aura.Professional Rapper is a mixed bag of musical and lyrical diversity. The disc is evidence of a grown-up rapper who can still have fun, but who can also deliver the goods with social enlightenment. ~ Steven Douglas Losey
Personnel: John Reuben (programming); Jeff Anderson , Grant Harrison (guitar); John Haber (clarinet, saxophone); Neil Harrod (trumpet); Brad Binion (upright bass); Bobby Poole II, ...
||Seamless CD (2005) |
Tim Skipper CD discography Personnel: Jeff Anderson (vocals, guitar, bass instrument); C.R. Pendleton (banjo, organ, bass instrument); Brad Binion (bass instrument); Bobby Poole (drums, percussion); Tim Skipper (background vocals).