Brendan Rothwell

Instrumental in the Art and Business of Music

Reviews of "Time On My Hands" from

  • Bass Absolute. By GillieHix

    There's a small part of me, that wants no one to have these tracks bar me. Then I can use it, to silence another pretentious musicians conversation. The rest of me wants everybody to hear, how humble the talented really are.

  • An excellent album by an excellent musician. By bigdatachap

    For some of us we've waited a long time for this. This is one of the nicest albums I've heard this year. Don't let the cover fool you, it's not a bass player's album, it's an album for everyone. There are hints of Miles Davis Tutu years influence weaved in with some fantastic melodies and grooves. Also, it's a very well produced album, something else that Brendan excels at. There's depth, there's emotion and there's feeling in the notes played. It's a wonderful collection of modern jazz tunes.

  • Just Fabulous !!! By Benaud's a Hero

    One of the nicest things about this album is how it speaks through different playback media. Even down to changing headphones, the attention to detail is extraordinary. A testimony to a man caught up in the "business" of music. Harmony meets melody sublimely, supported by an elegant, almost subsonic, warmth. A pleasure to listen to again, and again.