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TIMOTHY B. SCHMIT , bajista de los EAGLES y del mítico grupo POCO , publica EXPANDO, su primer disco en solitario en ocho años. Es sin duda el disco más completo que hemos escuchado en muchísimo tiempo.

 
Schmit ha contado para este disco con colaboraciones como las de Kid Rock,Dwight Yoakam, Graham Nash, Keb’ Mo’, Kenny WayneShepherd, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Van Dyke Parks, GaryBurton y Greg Leisz.


Actualmente se encuentra de gira en Inglaterra presentando este álbum regresando posteriormente a Estados Unidos para proseguir la intensa gira con los EAGLES.

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1. One More Mile
2. Parachute
3. Friday Night
4. Ella Jean
5. White Boy From Sacramento
6. Compassion
7. Downtime
8. Melancholy
9. I Don't Mind
10. Secular Praise
11. A Good Day


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Friday Night 25 de agosto de 2016
Por Robert A. Alps - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have been an Eagles fan for many years. I have all of Glenn Frey's and Don Henley's solo albums, along with recent solo albums from Joe Walsh and Don Felder. I read Don Felder's book Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974-2001) and have a couple of other books about the Eagles. More recently I decided to check out some of the solo work by Randy Meisner and Timothy B. Schmit. This is the only TBS album I have, but I think it is really good. Pretty much every song is quite listenable, and I really like several of them. But I am writing this review because I think Friday Night is a great song. If I wasn't convinced before, I am now convinced that TBS is a really good song writer. I know it won't happen, but I would like to see him team up with Don Henley on writing some songs. In a way, I see Friday Night as an example of TBS learning a little from Don Henley. In one of the repeated verses, he sings "I've got a few things to say" the first time around and "I've got a few words to say" the second time. While Don Henley does not have a patent on this type of small word change, it is something he often does in songs. I also enjoyed the YouTube video of the song.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Expando by Timothy B Schmit 16 de enero de 2013
Por CDP's badhabit of purchasing - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I am reviewing this CD of music, "Expando", by Timothy B Schmit, while listening to it. Anyone unfamiliar with Timothy B Schmit's contribution will be able to go to many other albums, some of which are Poco's music, Eagles, after "Hotel California" and he contributed to Steeley Dan and Firefall. This music is his own compositions. His vocals are more of his easily recognized tones and is smooth and concisely written pieces with some very good guitar. Eleven cuts mostly feature Timothy's vocals and guitar. Several other musicians join in this music, some of which are guitar work and backup by Keb' Mo', Dewight Yocam and Gary Burton. Van Dyke Parks is featured on "Friday Night" and "I don't mind". Kenny Wayne Shepard and Graham Nash sing and play on "Parachute". Greg Leisz contributes on "A good day" . The Blind Boys of Alabama give some nice vocal backgrounds on "Secular Praise". Expect some soft and mellow easy listening as most cuts are reflections of life and Timothy's past life experiences. Nice Music.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Timothy B. Schmit stikes a new chord 13 de noviembre de 2009
Por C. Franklin - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I've been a fan of Schmit since his early days with Poco, into his solo days and throughout his tenure with the Eagles so I was anxious to hear his latest work. EXPANDO is definitely a departure from anything he has done before, all original songs recorded without the pomp and circumstance that is the norm these days. This effort, to me, is raw Timothy B. Schmit at his best, a reflection of his musical roots that (no doubt) date back to his childhood when his father played with a folk group up and down the California coast. The songs are introspective (Compassion, Secular Praise, Melancholy), at times the listener can almost feel like a voyeur (Ella Jean, Friday Night, A Good Day), he makes no apologies for getting "in-your-face" (I Don't Mind), and enjoys taking a shot at himself (White Boy From Sacramento). The inclusion of artists Graham Nash, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Kid Rock, Dwight Yoakam, Hank Linderman, Benmont Tench, Van Dyke Parks, The Blind Boys of Alabama and even Schmits' own son, Ben, adds an interesting blend of harmonies and edge to those songs where they appear while the multiple voice overlays of Schmit alone provides the listener with an insight to the true depth and talent of a singer-songwriter who has been greatly overlooked thru the years.

I think the listeners who will appreciate it the most are those who grew up in the days of The Kingston Trio (one of Schmits' favorites, by the way), the folksy simplicity of early Dylan and enjoy a broad spectrum of music in general. Schmit went out on the edge by stripping away the gloss and modern-day technology today's younger generation expects and demands (you can actually HEAR the melodies and understand the words!), putting out a finished product that is a gutsy step backwards in a day when other artists are pushing the envelope. While I still love listening to his more youthful endeavors (I'm partial to Poco's Rose of Cimarron, never take my Eagles CD's out of the carousel and often listen to Schmits' earlier solo albums), EXPANDO is a refreshing and welcomed change of pace!

If your music taste draws you to synthesizers, reverberations, an over-abundance of amplifiers and the techno-tweeking of voice enhancement, I suggest you go elsewhere because EXPANDO is pure, natural voice (the man has great pipes and a remarkable range!) and a lot of acoustic guitar.

I've read a lot of critical comments since the release of EXPANDO last month, and while I respect the opinions of others it angers me that the writers throw out their negative reviews as if it were the last word. EXPANDO isn't for everyone. But I suggest you listen for yourself and decide.

My last comment: Kudos to Timothy B. Schmit for throwing caution to the wind and taking a stand for what he loves...and sharing it with us.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Timothy's voice and talent gets better with age. 7 de diciembre de 2010
Por Patricia Wilson - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Most folks think of Timothy B Schmit as just the ribbon on the package of the Eagles band when in fact he is so much more. This revelation is new to me although I have been an avid fan of the Eagles since the release of their first single, which was played and is still played over and over on the radio, but I never thought much about buying any of his solo cd's till now. I'm not one to randomly buy music. I put a lot of thought into my music purchase before hand because nothing irks me more than buying a CD that has only one good song on it. Expando is the first Timothy B Schmit music I have ever purchased and I'm so stoked that I made such an awesome decision OMG! I love every song on the CD. Timothy's folksy, slightly funky style is so cool and refreshing. I can't stop listening to it but I do have my favorites. "White Boy From Sacramento," is so unexpected from Timothy and makes me want to use words like "Groovey." Ha! There are no words worthy of describing how awesome is the cut with The Blind Boys of Alabama. People, don't miss out on this moving song then go watch the short video on youtube. So stirring! I give this CD five stars but would like to give it ten.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A triumph, at long last! 29 de octubre de 2009
Por A. Primeaux - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
"Expando" is the solo album Timothy B. Schmit fans have been waiting for since 1980. Finally, Schmit has fully tapped into his great talent and experience, to produce a consistent set of songs that are thought provoking and entertaining. This time out, Schmit took charge of the production duties, wrote all the songs himself and played most of the instruments as well. The production is warm, but not slick, and the songs are mature and personal.

Schmit shows his instrumental prowess, playing quite an array of instruments on the album, including bass, acoustic guitar, lead and rhythm electric guitar, dobro, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, harmonica, electric piano, percussion and drums. For those vocal and instrumental parts he wanted some help with, he imagined the ideal collaborators and simply called them up and asked. Being very well-respected in the industry, Schmit's offer was accepted by nearly everyone he called: Graham Nash, Kid Rock, Dwight Yoakam, Van Dyke Parks, Keb' Mo', Jim Keltner, Benmont Tench, Garth Hudson, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Gary Burton, Greg Leisz and the Blind Boys of Alabama.

It might be easy for such a project to turn into more of a showcase for the individuals involved than a cohesive artistic statement. However, Schmit was committed to serving the songs and successfully guided all that talent to produce a fine album that is at turns rootsy, charming, fun, introspective and sweet. And of course there is Schmit's gorgeous, expressive high tenor voice, still in fine form. This is an album not just for fans of Schmit and his current and former bands (Eagles, Poco), but for fans of folk-rock, country-rock, singer-songwriters and old-fashioned professional singing and musicianship.


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