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Tim Russ
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CD Reviews
Brave New World
Review by Gary Hill
Often when you hear an album by an actor - some recent examples certainly come to mind - you might think that this person really is neither a singer or a musician and is just being force fed the lines one by one to sell the album based on their name.
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Bugsters Tunes and Tales by Tim Russ and Friends
Review by Gary Hill
This is a bit of an usual review for me and for MSJ - being that it is a children's CD. We've never done one before, in fact, I've never done one before, but there's a first time for everything.
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Kushangaza
Review by Gary Hill
Kushangaza is Tim Russ' second album, and it definitely was a step up from the debut. Frankly, the majority of that was in the production department because his self-titled disc suffered more than anything from some over polishing and augmenting.
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Lifeline
Review by Gary Hill
I definitely consider myself a fan of Tim Russ.

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Tim Russ
Review by Gary Hill
This debut from Tim Russ (best known as Tuvok on Star Trek Voyager) came out on the Crescendo label. If you are familiar with that label, you'll know that a lot of the material they have released is Star Trek related - including various soundtracks and albums by cast members.
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Interviews
Tim Russ
Interview by Gary Hill and Mike Korn
Interview with Tim Russ From 2005



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Various Artists - Poetry of the Air: A Collection of Love Letters to Music from Musicians written by Gary Hill
Review by Greg Olma
I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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