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Dream Letter (Live In London 1968) (Tim Buckley album)

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Tim Buckley’s London debut was recorded shortly after the release of the pivotal Happy Sad, on which he had broken away from folk music and embraced a more expressive, jazz-based ...

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Goodbye And Hello (Tim Buckley album)

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Initially a folk-singer, Tim Buckley quickly defied stylistic categorization. Goodbye And Hello offers a rich musical vocabulary, from plaintive love song to free-form expressionism, with...

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Greetings From L.A. (Tim Buckley album)

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By 1972, Buckley had grown so disenchanted with the music business and its commercial expectations that he composed this perverse opus as a mockery of that sleazy, bottom-line world....

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Happy Sad (Tim Buckley album)

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The critical success of Buckley’s late son Jeff has reactivated interest in his estranged father’s catalogue, which had never been viewed as anything more than a cult oddity. Two previous...

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Look At The Fool (Tim Buckley album)

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The prolific Buckley’s artistic growth occurred at such a rapid pace that a year in his career saw more development and change than ten years in someone else’s. In 1974 ...

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Starsailor (Tim Buckley album)

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Tim Buckley’s work was always challenging, developing from that of a superior folk-singer to one encompassing many forms of expression. A growing jazz influence came to full fruition on Sta...

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