|Studio album by Terl Bryant|
|Genre||Progressive rock, Christian rock|
|Label||Rhythm House Records|
|Terl Bryant chronology|
|The Phantom Tollbooth||Positive link|
Timbrel is an album by Terl Bryant. Released in 1999.
Terl Bryant is a drummer and percussionist, originally from Northamptonshire, England. In his early career, he toured and recorded with US artist Steve Taylor and Peter Murphy, and went on to join the influential Celtic folk-themed progressive band Iona and later Eden's Bridge.
This is an album from ex Iona drummer Terl Bryant. The rhythms of praise flow through these psalms performed by Terl and a group including the talents of Joanne Hogg, Juliet Bryant, Charlie Groves, Ali Groves, Bruce Pont, Troy Donockley, Mike Haughton, Dave Bainbridge, Phil Parker.
Iona was a progressive Celtic rock band from the United Kingdom, which was formed in the late 1980s by lead vocalist Joanne Hogg and multi-instrumentalists David Fitzgerald and Dave Bainbridge. Troy Donockley joined later, playing the uilleann pipes, low whistles, and other instruments.
Joanne Hogg is a Northern Irish singer and songwriter, best known for her work as the lead singer and songwriter with the Celtic Christian progressive rock and pop band Iona.
Troy Donockley is an English composer and multi-instrumentalist most known for his playing of Uilleann pipes. Having performed with many artists as a session player, he is most notable as a member of Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish, which he has performed with since 2007 and joined as a full-time member in 2013.
The album includes some of the same musical traditions utilised by the band Iona. The character of the project maintains a style of music for Christian worship that is unique in its rhythmic focus. By incorporating vocal talents that are specific to the nature of each song, there is a personal element that allows each presentation to become unique.
Recordings took place at the following:
Dave Bainbridge is an English keyboard player and guitarist who with Dave Fitzgerald co-founded the Christian progressive and Celtic folk themed band Iona.
Tim Harries is a British bass player.
Mike Sturgis is an American drummer, having played for the band 21 Guns and later with Iron Maiden guitarist Adrian Smith in Psycho Motel, where he played on both State of Mind (1996) and Welcome to the World (1997) albums. He was also the drummer for Wishbone Ash between 1995 and 1997 and drummer for Asia between 1994 and 2001.
Chip Bailey was a New Zealand communist, taxi driver and trade unionist. He was born in Blenheim, Nelson, New Zealand on 16 March 1921.
Disc – Total Time 65:28
A drum kit — also called a drum set, trap set, or simply drums — is a collection of drums and other percussion instruments, typically cymbals, which are set up on stands to be played by a single player, with drumsticks held in both hands, and the feet operating pedals that control the hi-hat cymbal and the beater for the bass drum. A drum kit consists of a mix of drums and idiophones – most significantly cymbals, but can also include the woodblock and cowbell. In the 2000s, some kits also include electronic instruments. Also, both hybrid and entirely electronic kits are used.
Woven Cord is a live progressive rock album by Iona with the All Souls Orchestra, released in 1999. It was recorded on 29 May 1999 at the Royal Festival Hall in London, when Iona joined with the All Souls Orchestra for a unique collaboration to celebrate the band's tenth anniversary. Additional recording was made at Visions of Albion, Yorkshire, in July and August 1999. The engineers were Nigel Palmer and Matt Parkin.
Open Sky is a progressive rock album by Iona, released in 2000.
Heaven's Bright Sun is a live progressive rock album by Iona, released in 1997.
Treasures or The Very Best Treasures is a progressive rock album by Iona. Released in 1996. It is a collection of their best work from their inception to 1996.
Journey Into The Morn is a progressive rock album by Iona. Released in 1996. It was their first studio album since Beyond These Shores in 1993.
Beyond These Shores is a progressive rock album by Iona, released in 1993. Beyond These Shores is largely based on the story of St. Brendan's voyage. Brendan and a company of monks sailed from Ireland in a leather and wood boat in the sixth century to 'the promised land' which many believe to be America.
The Book of Kells is a progressive rock album by Iona. Released in 1992. The Book of Kells, an 8th-century manuscript filled with lush pictures illustrating the Gospels, possibly originating from the monastery at Iona.
Iona is a progressive rock album by Iona, released in 1990. This was the debut album from this group which progressed throughout occasional live appearances and an occasional appearance on record.
The Pursuit of Illusion is the second solo album by English progressive rock artist Troy Donockley. The album was released in 2003.
The Unseen Stream is a progressive rock album by Troy Donockley. This was his first solo outing and was released in 1998.
Veil of Gossamer is an album by Dave Bainbridge. Released in 2004.
Beauty...As Far as the Eye Can See is an album by Terl Bryant. Released in 1997.
Psalm is an album by ex-Iona drummer Terl Bryant released in 1993.
Intimacy is an album by worship artist Matt Redman. It was released in the US as The Heart of Worship with a very similar cover.
The Friendship And The Fear is an album by worship artist Matt Redman.
From Silence is a progressive rock album by Troy Donockley and Dave Bainbridge. It is an improvised piece recorded in the setting of the Lincoln Cathedral and released in 2005.
The Circling Hour is a progressive rock album by Iona, released in 2006. It marked a return to the studio for the band after a break of nearly six years to record a full album.