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Tim Bowness is a British musician, primarily known as vocalist/co-writer with the band No-Man, a long-running collaboration with Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson.

In addition to releasing six studio albums and a documentary dvd with No-Man, Tim has worked with popular Italian artist Alice, Robert Fripp, Hugh Hopper (Soft Machine), OSI and Roger Eno, amongst many others, and is currently in the Mascot label band, Memories Of Machines, and the Anglo-Estonian ensemble Slow Electric.

Tim has also recorded the album Flame with Richard Barbieri (Porcupine Tree/ex-Japan) and co-produced/co-written the acclaimed Talking With Strangers (2009) for Judy Dyble (ex Fairport Convention).

Since 2001, Tim has co-run the specialist online label / store Burning Shed with Pete Morgan.

Tim Bowness Tim Bowness, Britain (UK)

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    post-its (2013 remaster)

    Tim Bowness on August 23, 2013 20:55
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    "Men Singing album sampler" by Henry Fool

    Tim Bowness on December 09, 2012 19:25
  • "Another Winter" by Slow Electric Artwork

    "Another Winter" by Slow Electric

    Tim Bowness on August 04, 2011 20:06
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    Brightest Blue

    Tim Bowness on March 26, 2011 18:48
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    Dreaming Of Babylon

    Tim Bowness on March 26, 2011 18:41
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    Last Year's Tattoo

    Tim Bowness on March 26, 2011 18:26
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    To The Other

    Tim Bowness on March 26, 2011 18:20
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    Before We Fall

    Tim Bowness on March 26, 2011 18:08

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