£30.00 – £50.00
Tim Burgess Prints can be purchased in the following sizes:
A1 841 x 594 mm – 33.1 x 23.4 in £50
A2 594 x 420 mm – 23.4 x 16.5 in £40
A3 420 x 297 mm – 16.5 x 11.7 in £30
Status: Open Edition Manchester Music Legends prints signed by Mark Reynolds
Timothy Allan Burgess (born 30 May 1967, Salford, England) is the lead singer of the British rock/indie act The Charlatans.
He joined The Charlatans who were largely influenced by Acid House, ’60s West Coast Psychedelia and the Syd Barrett Pink Floyd era. In 1989 they released their first self-financed 12″ single Indian Rope and later in 1990 he and the band were signed by Beggars Banquet Records.
Burgess’s debut solo album, I Believe, was released in the UK on 8 September 2003 and included the track Oh My Corazon. In 2004 he collaborated with The Chemical Brothers, singing on the track The Boxer from their album Push the Button. Burgess had previously appeared with The Chemical Brothers on the 1995 classic Life Is Sweet taken from their debut album Exit Planet Dust and a cover version of Sly Stone’s Time for Living from the Help album of the same year.
As Burgess was living in Los Angeles, California, far away from the other band members who still lived in England, fans feared that The Charlatans may split following the release of I Believe, but the band reformed to record Up at the Lake in 2004.
2006 saw Burgess return with the Charlatans, releasing another album Simpatico. A change in style, it had a more reggae and ska-like sound to it. Burgess also sang guest vocals on Mexican band Zoé’s album Memo Rex Commander y el Corazón Atómico de la Vía Láctea.
Much of Mark’s work draws inspiration from iconic figures in music, sport and film.
Memorable images from decades gone by are brought to life in stunning fashion, featuring the likes of Liam and Noel Gallagher, Ian Brown (Stone Roses), Paul Weller, Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley and Tom Finney to name a few.