“Goodbye And Hello” by Tim Buckley - album review

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TJR says

This was a dark and ambitious folk record for 1966 - that it was delivered by a 20-year-old was all the more remarkable. Larry Beckett contributed lyrics for half the album, and the two old pals seem adept both in the personal and the political. Musically, the atmosphere is dense and hard to penetrate, but often has me gripped by its palpable sense of drama.

The Jukebox Rebel
06-Feb-2006


A1 [02:58] 6.5.png Tim Buckley - No Man Can Find The War (Tim Buckley, Larry Beckett) Folk Rock / Americana
A2 [03:10] 6.0.png Tim Buckley - Carnival Song (Tim Buckley) Folk Rock / Americana
A3 [05:15] 4.7.png Tim Buckley - Pleasant Street (Tim Buckley) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [04:55] 6.8.png Tim Buckley - Hallucinations (Tim Buckley, Larry Beckett) Folk
A5 [06:02] 7.8.png Tim Buckley - I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain (Tim Buckley) Psychedelia
B1 [03:22] 6.6.png Tim Buckley - Once I Was (Tim Buckley) Folk Rock / Americana
B2 [03:29] 6.3.png Tim Buckley - Phantasmagoria In Two (Tim Buckley) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [02:00] 5.5.png Tim Buckley - Knight-Errant (Tim Buckley, Larry Beckett) Folk Rock / Americana
B4 [08:38] 8.8.png Tim Buckley - Goodbye And Hello (Tim Buckley, Larry Beckett) Psychedelia
B5 [02:52] 4.6.png Tim Buckley - Morning Glory (Tim Buckley, Larry Beckett) Songwriter




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