Solstice Greetings & New Monsters Video…

Solstice Greetings to you all as another year skittles past between our feet, moving fast amongst the rocks and shallows to disappear over the edge of the waterfall. Where does all that experience, that work, love – where does all that spent time go to?

I finally released “Love Life” last year. It was a labour of love. You really get that with the vinyl special edition. Lee’s beautiful artwork and design give it away.

There are only a few left so now’s your chance to buy what will become a cult item. When I am lucky enough to collaborate in making great music I always have faith that it will find the audience that need it.

We are also putting up another video we made, this time for the song “Monsters.” This one was also scripted and made by my friend Mike Mayers. His C.V includes being D.P on “The West Wing.” Greg Arata spent hours editing it, again as a gift. Thank you so much Gentlemen.

Lucas Revolution is my creepy hitchhiker. He recently toured the USA hitching between gigs. The other actor is a talented young man from Topanga.
I love this video – please feel free to pass it on.
Anyone who came to the gigs will know how strong this whole conceit is. I really hope to build on it.

Thank you for all your support. I’ve had a fabulous, creative year, from Love Life to the James orchestra and choir tour . I also saw the release of a tough independent movie “Poor Wee Me”, that I acted in the previous year. I hope you are enjoying the ride.

Keep up with me on twitter @RealTimBooth.


5 Comments to Solstice Greetings & New Monsters Video…

  1. karen's Gravatar karen
    Dec 14, 2011 at 2:15 pm | Permalink

    bloody love you Tim, xxxx

  2. Dec 20, 2011 at 5:44 pm | Permalink

    love it,,, what a dark song,,, love the steady threatining bassline ,its a cracker tim x

  3. Lou Purplefairy's Gravatar Lou Purplefairy
    Dec 28, 2011 at 4:14 pm | Permalink

    Happy Solstice to you too. Nice vid, excellent album and tour. Looking fwd to seeing some more shows in 2012 :) big love :)

  4. Kol's Gravatar Kol
    Mar 9, 2012 at 8:44 pm | Permalink

    Keep finding myself waking at silly o’clock am and having to listen to the love life album. It’s addictive, hypnotic and a catalyst that starts me thinking that, life is good eh. Being mid forties I’m often hit with thoughts of nostalgia, past girlfriends, memorable moments of absolute joy and sheer pain. Something in the work of this album, maybe the lyrics on how your life is mapped out or the pain and energy in Burried Alive provokes my mind to think accept it all but get a hold and steer your life down better and exciting roads. 40 years on nostalgia will still be pouring in and the soundtrack will be Tim booth. Can’t wish for more.

  5. Nefy K.'s Gravatar Nefy K.
    Apr 22, 2012 at 5:04 pm | Permalink

    nice video….a little bit scaring though,like a nightmare..still nice video,nice song

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