Artist/ Band: Trevor Lloyd
Title: Violin Tendencies
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2008
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The Review:

Trevor Lloyd, is a multi-instrumental violinist who‘s first solo CD, ‘Violin Tendencies‘, plays everything except drums on one track (played by Musser). The album is all instrumental and features the obvious violin. I reviewed Trevor’s band Audiosyncrocy and their self titled album a few years back so it was good to see him involved in music.

Trevor’s main influences is Jean-Luc Ponty, of which I have no knowledge of other than his name and his involvement in Mahavishnu Orchestra. Trevor‘s brand of music is a mix of jazz and progressive rock. Another genre I notice in the mix is Canterbury. My only gripe with the music is the drums on most of the songs. I’m not sure if they’re programmed or thinly produced. This is the only thing that keeps me from revisiting the album. Having said that, fans of instrumental violin based music will enjoy Trevor’s amazing playing.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on Janaury 9th, 2009


1. Violin Tendencies
2. Ballad For Barbara
3. Timewheels
4. Wisful Thinking
5. Silent Mist
6. Corridors
7. Not A Sonata
8. Siberian Stomp
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