Tim Buckley’s second album of 1970, ‘Starsailor’ is a life-affirming blast of musical freedom that is still blowing minds today.
Hailed as ‘a crystal-clear distillation’ of Tim Buckley’s talent, the ‘Blue Afternoon’ album set him up for his most experimental work.
Tim Buckley’s second album, ‘Goodbye And Hello’, remains a startling work of raw intimacy and psychedelic extravagance.
Sounding ‘real good to rub downs’ – according to its creator – ‘Greetings From LA’ found Tim Buckley working up a lusty honky-tonk sound for the 70s.
An attempt to ‘delve into areas that were virtually uncharted’, ‘Lorca’ was a crucial album in Tim Buckley’s uncompromising development.
With his ‘Happy Sad’ album, Tim Buckley embraced jazz music and gave himself creative carte blanche for the future.
Featuring memorable covers and what Tim Buckley felt was one of his best songs, the ‘Sefronia’ album found him singing as well as ever.
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