First Solo album by Tim Goulding, a founder member of sixties psychedelic folk group 'Dr Strangely Strange'. This album was recorded over two years in South West Ireland, Dublin and Brighton, England and features some of Ireland's finest musicians. Recent Media Coverage of 'Midnight Fry' fROOTS, April 2001 'This is an album drenched in atmospheres and a sense of place.' 'A glorious, emotional, physical thing.' 'An album of warm Celtic, World Fusion, gentle trip hop lite and celebrated Irish wit.' 'Goulding has created his own ambient soundscape, one that pulses and resounds in aural delights and images, truly unique.' Irish Examiner, August 23, 2000 'Midnight Fry is much like the landscape of West Cork: giddy with shadows and swept with glorious, wildly coloured flourishes of light' Marc O' Sullivan 'Limerick Leader', July 29th, 2000 'Midnight Fry', the new album from Tim Goulding is a beautiful mixture of melodic songs, Celtic influences and digital exploration..........Great vocals, creative music crafted by musicians who obviously love performing their undoubted talent. 'Hot Press', August. 3, 2000 'Tim Goulding retains the ability to surprise and enthrall.......'Midnight Fry' is the work of a maverick who has decided to ignore the dictates of fashion and go his own way ' 'Be Glad', Vol. 17, Winter 2000 This is certainly Tim G in crossover mode, blending the skittish rythms of the contemporary dance scene with mellower sounds from the world of Roots. And very capably, too. The album's showpiece is the 8 and a half minute 'O-Mane', a rich ratatouille of dance grooves, jangly Irish folk, Miles Davis interludes, ethnic drum talk and the sound of falling water.' 'fROOTS' Critics Choices of 2000, February. 2001 'With Midnight Fry you'd swear Tim Goulding (Doctor Strangely Strange) got off the train marked 'Beck' for such is it's foxy mix of folk, blues and ambient hysteria set amidst cool vocals. 'John O'Regan'