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Seconds (Tim Berne album)

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Live album by
Tim Berne's Bloodcount
Recorded1994 (DVD) and 1997
The Middle of Somewhere (Disc 1), Paris, France (Disc 2: DVD) and the Children of the Corn Festival (Disc 3)
SC 70019
ProducerTim Berne
Tim Berne chronology
Livein Cognito

Seconds is a live 2-CD set by saxophonist Tim Berne's Bloodcount which was recorded in 1997 and packaged along with a documentary DVD which was recorded in 1994 and released on Berne's Screwgun label.[1]


Professional ratings
Review scores
All About Jazz4.5/5 stars[2]

Writing for All About Jazz, John Kelman stated "With two CDs of largely unheard Bloodcount material and a DVD that's as engaging as it is enlightening, Seconds is a valuable addition to the Bloodcount discography, further proof of just how important that group was for everyone involved".[3] On the same site Sean Patrick Fitzell observed "Hardly leftovers, the package boasts previously unavailable original compositions and the type of bristling performances that forged the band's reputation".[2]

Track listing

All compositions by Tim Berne

Disc One: Live in the Middle of Somewhere

  1. "Scrap Metal" - 11:48
  2. "Yes, Dear" - 21:13
  3. "Mr. Johnson" - 25:42

Disc Two (DVD): Eyenoises... The Paris Movie 1994

  1. "Eyecontact" - 51:20

Disc Three: Live At The Children Of The Corn Festival 1997

  1. "Sense and Sinsemilla" - 13:41
  2. "Screwgun" - 11:25
  3. "Byram's World" - 15:51
  4. "Yes, Dear" - 19:49
  5. "Howmuch Longer" - 12:05



  1. ^ Tim Berne discography, accessed October 13, 2014
  2. ^ a b Fitzell, S. P., All About Jazz Review, February 9, 2008
  3. ^ Kelman, J., All About Jazz Extended Analysis, October 31, 2007
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