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!
LP £26.49 RGM-0560
Limited 180g black vinyl reissue LP on Real Gone Music. Edition of 400 copies.
LP £21.49 RLGM05881PMI
Limited red coloured vinyl reissue LP on Real Gone Music.
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7/10 Jack Customer review, 7th June 2017
Tim Buckley has to be one of the most under-appreciated musical artist who ever lived. Clearly he had limitless ideas, both musical and thematic, which he wanted to express, even at the cost of commercial failure. If he were alive in the present time, maybe life would have worked out differently for this gifted, intelligent, creative and bold singer/songwriter. This is a different phase of Tim Buckley music. Most songs I really like, but certainly a bit more commercial sounding that any of his others.
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