The Time Stamp Sessions

by Tim Ryan

/
  • Streaming + Download

     

1.
00:25
2.
02:13
3.
02:21
4.
03:21
5.
6.
02:45
7.
03:42
8.
9.
02:15
10.
02:12

about

In 2006, Tim Ryan booked a short series of recording dates which he referred to as the Time Stamp sessions.

Largely featuring just the man and his guitar, Ryan's intent was to transition from “just-plain-working,” to “working musician” as smoothly possible. To that end, he put some of his favorite songs down on tape alongside a few current hits of the time. A handful of these tracks would be used as demos to help him book shows.

Ryan wanted out of the nine-to-five. Badly. And this seemed the quickest, most certain route.

Over the next three years, he would perform any and everywhere that would take him; from the coffee houses of Long Island to the Manhattan club circuit, to black-tie VIP events, through New Jersey and down to Philadelphia. Ryan caught fire. He was having fun, traveling, and making money. These gigs would help him finance the recording of LOVE AT FIRST NIGHT, his one-and-only solo album. “It’s hard work,” Tim once proclaimed, “but I’m glad I’m not waiting tables anymore.”

credits

released May 24, 2015

Produced & Performed by Tim Ryan

This collection is made possible with a lot of help from Steven, Rob, and Steve Ryan.

Recorded at The Darrah Lane House, Lawrenceville, NJ; November 2006
Track 2 recorded at the Ryan House, July 2004
Tracks 1, 9, and 10 recorded at the Spitz House, July 2004

timryanmemorialscholarship.com
facebook.com/timryanmusic

tags

license

all rights reserved

about

Tim Ryan New York, New York

Active as a performer for just five years (2006 - 2011), Tim Ryan became a New York mainstay as a solo act, session musician, and singer/guitarist in the PJ Daytrippers, his Beatles tribute band.

This page is dedicated to Ryan's music and memory. It serves to host his solo album and any possible future projects that may come out over time.
... more

contact / help

Contact Tim Ryan

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code