Tim Buckley Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Aloof songwriter and songwriter dad Tim Buckley started his career on a self-titled record, and arguably jumped the shark with Goodbye and Hello, his sophomore. This one pushed forward the psychedelic element of his sound and took him out of the usual milquetoast early stage every folk songwriter seemed to go through. Released in 1967 and inspired in part by the freeing rock fabrics of that year's Sgt. Peppers, this record sees Buckley getting just that little bit weirder.
Reissue of a vintage Tim Buckley album: 1973’s Sefronia, which features an interesting cover portrait of Buckley looking quizzical. The album finds Tim and his crack session team getting somewhat funky and soulful, as always with that lush voice at the forefront. Edition of 400 black vinyl and 300 salmon pink vinyl editions: strictly while stocks last!
Reissue of a vintage Tim Buckley album: 1974’s Look at the Fool, which features a sleeve art that looks like the kind of wonky portrait you’d find on the side of a carnival ride (sorry guys). Look at the Fool was Tim’s final album, and is a soul-rock suite of typical grandeur. Edition of 400 black vinyl and 300 crimson vinyl editions: strictly while stocks last!
Oh good criminy! Lady, Give me your key is a collection of 3 unreleased demos that have recently been discovered. That makes 13 acoustic tracks, some which then grew into fully instrumented works, but most of which will not have been heard, even if you are the most ardent Tim Buckley fan. Comes with booklet containing interviews with Larry Beckett and Jerry Yester.
Dream Letter - Live in London 1968 was Tim Buckley recorded live and at his best, at the QEH. 2 hours long, featured were 5 songs off ‘Goodbye And Hello’, 3 songs from ‘Happy Sad’, one included later on ‘Blue Afternoon’ and ‘Dolphins’, recorded much later -- as well as 6 songs unavailable elsewhere. Lee Underwood plays guitar and Pentangle’s bassist Danny Thompson was brought along. 3 LPs from Demon, with a nice long essay by Underwood and lyrics to every song in the set.