A Forward Line :: Original Sounds 2004-2020
"A collection of original compositions written and performed by Tim Daisy with various ensembles stretching from 2004-2020. A cross-section of his work, highlighting his multifaceted approach to sound creation."
Tim Daisy & Frank Rosaly
"The third album in this Catalytic Artist Album fundraising series is the Tim Daisy / Frank Rosaly duo record "Northern Duets." All donations raised from sales of this recording will go in perpetuity to BYP100, an organization recommended by Ingebrigt Håker Flaten. (www.byp100.org/about)."
Tim Daisy and Alex Inglizian
"Eight electro-acoustic improvisations recorded by two creative minds in one afternoon."
Tim Daisy's Fulcrum Ensemble
"Daisy uses this intimate knowledge to his advantage, writing three compositions that not only call on each musician’s unique personal range but also collapse them together into a single complex layered mass. —Eric McDowell, Free Jazz Blog"
Tim Daisy's Vox 4
"The cheers of the crowd at the end jar me every time. It's such a perfect creation it's easy to forget this is was recorded in front of an audience. Bravo! - Tom Burris. The Free Jazz Collective"
Tim Daisy, Terrie Hessels & Dave Rempis
"Proceeds raised from sales of this recording will go toward a cause recommended by Dave, the "Keep Fendika Grooving" GoFundMe campaign, which is raising donations to help support the Fendika Cultural Center (fendika.org). "
""Moments Form" does not need time to warm up, it just starts -- a solid stream of invention and drive. Could one expect anything less from free jazz stalwarts, Mars Williams, Tim Daisy and Ingebrigt Haker Flaten? All are experienced and hard hitting improvisors and this consistently engaging album certainly, at the very least, solidifies this perception. —Paul Acquaro, Free Jazz Blog"
Sounds In A Garden
Wolter Wierbos / Jasper Stadhouders / Tim Daisy
"An album worth repeated listens, this will be spun on my commute for days to come while keeping me dreaming of this secret garden and the sounds that it makes over the concrete i’ll be driving on. Closing statement, turn of the key, I’ve arrived. —Phillip Coombs, Free Jazz Blog"