Bad Timing is the first conventional song-craft album by American musician Jim O'Rourke. Although O'Rourke releases experimental music nearly every year, this album marked the beginning of his series on Drag City Records which focuses on standard song structures. It is an instrumental album, consisting largely of Jim O'Rourke's acoustic guitar playing (much in the style of John Fahey), sometimes with additional instrumentation.
Bad Timing Jim O'Rourke. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Bad Timing. 1. There's Hell in Hello, But More in Goodbye.
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Bad Timing is the first conventional song-craft album by American musician Jim O'Rourke. The album is named after the 1980 film Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession, directed by Nicolas Roeg.
Released in 1997, Jim O'Rourke's Bad Timing is the first in a trilogy of solo releases to be named after films by British director Nicolas Roeg. O'Rourke's significance as a guitarist and experimental composer had already been well established, and by the time of this solo outing his work with David Grubbs in the post-rock group Gastr del Sol had begun to show elements of the organic, fingerpicked guitar style he explores more deeply on these four lengthy tracks. Entirely instrumental and mysteriously packaged with no track titles, Bad Timing was a bit of an enigma for its.
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Written-By – Callaghan*
Written-By – Kennedy*
- Bass, Vocals – Rob Kennedy
- Drums – Greg O'Gara
- Guitar – Denny Callaghan
- Guitar, Backing Vocals – Dave Findley
- Keyboards – Jerry Williams
- Producer – Jihad
NotesRecorded and mixed at High Five Studio, NYC.
Comes with red info cardboard sheet.
Track A - Mono
Track B - Stereo