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!
LP £26.49 RGM-0561
Limited 180g black vinyl reissue LP on Real Gone Music. Edition of 400 copies.
LP £21.49 RLGM05861PMI
Limited blue coloured vinyl reissue LP on Real Gone Music.
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 7th June 2017
Different people have different tastes in music, but I don't understand all the hate this album gets from Tim Buckley's fans. His voice is as strong as ever and has just as much range as it did on his earlier albums, and the songs are good. No, it isn't as adventurous as Starsailor, but Buckley was never one to stay in one place for very long. Even if it's true that the record execs put some pressure on him to make more accessible music, Tim still made it work. Look At the Fool is a more than adequate swan song.
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