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Tim Buckley


Prog Folk

3.56 | 52 ratings

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5 stars Classic 1967 album! A folk rock / psychedelic / proto prog masterpice. The Album opens with the epic No Man Can Find The War, this was the first Buckley album i got so this was the first song by him i heard and i remeber thinking woooow! what a voice he have so beautiful and pure yust as i hade imagined it to be. the second song Carnival Song, the title say it all, it sounds a bit like strange days era doors but not as dark. Pleasant Street have some realy good singing and great melody and sounds very dramatic, Hallucinations is a bit more psychedelic soft dreamy and relaxing and allso very good. I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain very epic sounding like hes standing on a mountain top sining and playing guitar, Once I Was is a short and very beautiful folk rock song with nice harmonica playing. Phantasmagoria In Two is more upbeat folk rock with yet more fantastic melodys and singing. Knight-Errantis nothing special a litle medival sounding song, and now finally we got the proto mini epic of the album the 9min title track Goodbye And Hello probalby the best on the album theres some diffrent sections and everything is fantastic. the ending Morning Glory is a nice gentle folk tune and a good ending to this amazing album. i whuld rate this a 9/10 or 4.5 but since thats not possible i will have to give it 5/5 since this is an essential 60s classic and a great proto prog album.
Zargus | 5/5 |


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