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Tim Buckley - Starsailor (1970) [2010 SHM-CD]  Music

Posted by mook45 at Sept. 6, 2011
Tim Buckley - Starsailor (1970) [2010 SHM-CD]

Tim Buckley - Starsailor (1970) [2010 SHM-CD]
EAC | FLAC TRACKS, M3U+CUE+LOG = 246MB | MP3@320 = 106MB | 600 dpi Scans
Art-Rock | Label: WBs - WQCP924 | FSe/FSo/FF/WU
Tim Buckley - The Dream Belongs To Me: Rare And Unreleased Recordings 1968/1973 (2001)

Tim Buckley - The Dream Belongs To Me: Rare And Unreleased Recordings 1968/1973 (2001)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Manifesto, MFO 40706 | ~ 351 or 162 Mb | Scans Included
Folk Rock / Blues / Psychedelic Rock

The folks at Manifesto have done an excellent job in keeping the music of Tim Buckley on the market over the past ten years, even going so far as to release three highly revealing new discs of live recordings. Nicely bookending Buckley's most productive years, The Dream Belongs to Me continued that streak. Split between two 1968 demo sessions and a similar tracking date from 1973, the music contained illustrates that quite a lot had happened to Buckley in the intervening years, both personally and musically…

Tim Buckley - Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology (2001)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at June 12, 2015
Tim Buckley - Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology (2001)

Tim Buckley - Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology (2001)
Folk Rock, Folk Jazz, Singer-Songwriter | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 150 min | 343 MB
Label: Elektra / Wea | Rel: 2001

Buckley whizzed through a bunch of different styles in his approximately decade-long career, and was always an album-oriented artist. That makes the assembly of a best-of collection a difficult task to fulfill without omitting much of the context of what made the singer special. Still, Morning Glory does a pretty good job of touching upon highlights of his work, aided by the generous running time, with two CDs and 33 songs that add up to about two-and-a-half hours of music. It does concentrate on his most accessible tunes, drawing most heavily from his earliest albums and shorter songs, pitching in four tracks from late-'60s live recordings that were not released until long after his death.

Tim Buckley – Blue Afternoon (1969) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip  Vinyl & HR

Posted by son-of-albion at March 4, 2012
Tim Buckley – Blue Afternoon (1969) 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip

Tim Buckley – Blue Afternoon (1969)
Vinyl rip @ 24/96 | FLAC | Artwork | 846mb
FilePost, Rapidshare | Folk, Rock, Jazz | 1969 US LP | Straight STS 1060

On Blue Afternoon, Buckley takes the folk song as his starting point and expands it, drawing on jazz influences to create new dynamics and to emphasize atmosphere and mood.
Tim Buckley - Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions (2016)

Tim Buckley - Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions
Folk, Singer-Songwriter | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 40:28 min | 101 MB
Label: Future Days Recordings/LITA | Tracks: 13 | Rls.date: 2016

Of the 13 previously unreleased solo acoustic songs contained here, six of them did eventually appear with more expansive instrumentation on Goodbye & Hello (along with another four not included here). However, the crown jewel of this package is seven never-before-heard compositions. These will be new to even the most devoted Buckley fan. Arguably, two of them crept out decades after Tim's death (albeit, much different recordings than what you have here) but with little fanfare.

Tim Buckley - Tim Buckley (1966)  Music

Posted by uff at Dec. 7, 2015
Tim Buckley - Tim Buckley (1966)

Tim Buckley - Tim Buckley (1966)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Elektra 7559-61338-2 | rel: 1992 | 230Mb

Buckley's 1966 debut was the most straightforward and folk-rock-oriented of his albums. The material has a lyrical and melodic sophistication that was astounding for a 19-year-old. The pretty, almost precious songs are complemented by appropriately baroque, psychedelic-tinged production. If there was a record that exemplified the '60s Elektra folk-rock sound, this may have been it, featuring production by Elektra owner Jac Holzman and Doors producer Paul Rothchild, Love and Doors engineer Bruce Botnick, and string arrangements by Jack Nitzsche.

Tim Buckley - My Fleeting House (2007)  Music

Posted by uff at Feb. 20, 2013
Tim Buckley - My Fleeting House (2007)

Tim Buckley - My Fleeting House (2007)
DVD9 | ISO | MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 4:3 (720:480), 29.97fps, 6667kbps | DD 5.0, 448kbps | 145 min | 7400Mb
rock | Third Story Music MFO 40707 | covers

Tim Buckley: My Fleeting House is a DVD-Video collection of live appearances and performances by Tim Buckley. It features footage from throughout his career, starting from a 1967 performance of "Song to the Siren" on The Monkees TV show and ending with a performance from May 21, 1974 of "Dolphins" (written by fellow 1960s folk musician Fred Neil) for The Old Grey Whistle Test. Broadcasts from WITF-TV's The Show from 1970 has performances of "I Woke Up" and "Come Here Woman". The DVD also contains recorded interviews with occasional songwriting partner Larry Beckett, regular lead guitarist Lee Underwood and David Browne, author of Dream Brother: The Lives and Music of Jeff and Tim Buckley, a dual biography of Tim Buckley and his son Jeff Buckley.
Tim Buckley - Greetings from L.A. (1972) {Warner Bros/Straight} 24-bit/96kHz Vinyl Rip plus Redbook CD Version

Tim Buckley - Greetings from L.A.
Vinyl rip in 24-bit/96kHz | FLAC (5% Recovery) | m3u & Tech Log, no cue | HQ Artwork
819 MB (24/96) + 254 MB (CD) | RAR 5% recovery | DR Analysis | Rock | 1972
Warner Bros/Straight BS 2631 (1972) Original US Pressing

is the seventh album by singer-songwriter Tim Buckley, released in 1972. It was recorded at Far Out Studios in Hollywood, California. Like most of his other albums, it did not sell well, but it got substantial airplay in the Twin Cities on the Minneapolis FM station KQRS and sold very well at the independent record shops in Minneapolis-St. Paul until it was deleted by Warner Brothers.

VA – Sing A Song For You – Tribute To Tim Buckley (2000)  Music

Posted by moriccone at Dec. 30, 2010
VA – Sing A Song For You – Tribute To Tim Buckley (2000)

VA – Sing A Song For You – Tribute To Tim Buckley (2000)
MP3 220 kbps | 120 MB | 2 CD | 86:40 min

With source material like this, how can you go wrong? Like Nick Drake, Tim Buckley had a body of work that survived not only the ignominy of commercial oversight but also his own untimely death to live on in the imagination and influence of a new generation of artists and music lovers. The fruit of that influence is realized on Sing a Song For You, a two-CD collection of Buckley covers from a wide range of contemporary artists. The holy trinity of Tim Buckley's appeal were his amazing voice, which could swoop its way through multiple octaves; his lyrical strength and formidable songwriting skills; and his incessant experimentation with new forums and formats for his musical vision. Though Sing a Song For You lacks the first of these, it has the last two in mighty doses. Many of the tracks on these two CDs rely on the power of the original songs; others grasp Buckley's improvisatory spirit and recast them in new and startling light. Brendan Perry's (Dead Can Dance) version of "Dream Letter" is sparse and interpretive, riding on Perry's haunting voice. Mike Johnson's "I Woke Up" drops the original's light jazz breeze for a loose and dark arrangement. The Lilys amp up "Strange Feelin'" with a joyful, crazed-rock vibe. Though Sing a Song for You will be of great interest to fans.

Tim Buckley - Goodbye and hello (1967)  Music

Posted by edi672 at March 28, 2010

Tim Buckley - Goodbye and hello (1967)

Tim Buckley - Goodbye and hello (1967)
Genre: Rock | 1CD | EAC | FLAC, CUE, LOG, Covers 600 DPI | 276 Mb
Original Release Date: July 1969 | Publisher: Elektra | RapidShare - Uploading - HotFile

The album opens with bombs exploding and Tim's voice climbing into the sky as he straighfrowardly, almost weepingly, derides war - THE war - a protest song if there ever was one, but beautiful nonetheless. Anger never turns to noise. There is a touch of madrigal in Kight-Errant. Here, Tim tears through the heart as well as puts out some powerfully vivid lyrical imagery on "I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain", one of my desert-island 10 songs; maybe 5, if they make me pick. His voice, reportedy on the 16th-or-so take of a 6-minute burning coal in which he sings almost without break, flies in the stratosphere, then out of orbit, once breaking into ascending but still-in-tune sobs. He experiments with harpsichords on "Carnival Song"….