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Dream Letter - Live In London 1968


Download links and information about Dream Letter - Live In London 1968 by Tim Buckley. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:56:31 minutes.

Artist: Tim Buckley
Release date: 1990
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, World Music, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:56:31
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No. Title Length
1. Introduction (Live) 1:05
2. Buzzin' Fly (Live) 6:13
3. Phantasmagoria In Two (Live) 4:41
4. Morning Glory (Live) 3:43
5. Dolphins (Live) 6:39
6. I've Been Out Walking (Live) 8:18
7. The Earth Is Broken (Live) 6:59
8. Who Do You Love (Live) 9:27
9. Pleasant Street / You Keep Me Hanging On (Live) 7:58
10. Love from Room 109 / Strange Feelin' (Live) 12:18
11. Carnival Song / Hi Lily Hi Lo (Live) 8:50
12. Hallucinations (Live) 7:14
13. Troubadour (Live) 6:04
14. Dream Letter / Happy Time (Live) 9:25
15. Wayfaring Stranger / You Got Me Runnin' (Live) 13:08
16. Once I Was (Live) 4:29



Dream Letter is one of the finest live albums released by anyone. Recorded in London, 1968, and released posthumously in 1990, it is one of the crown jewels of the Tim Buckley catalog. The performances and sound are first-rate. His backing group of guitarist Lee Underwood, bassist Danny Thompson and vibraphonist David Friedman are beyond compare. Buckley, himself, is in sterling form as he takes the group through the material from his landmark Happy/Sad album with definite performances of “Love from Room 109 / Strange Feelin’” and “Buzzin’ Fly,” and a slew of tunes from Goodbye and Hello. The extended improvisations make every song an intense workout that show off Buckley’s brilliant range and his single-minded determination to find and break new musical ground. There are six previously unreleased tunes captured here as well as songs from albums still not released. The medley of songs make for a spellbinding wizardry and whether he’s rocking out with “Who Do You Love” or finding a mystical world during “Hallucinations,” it all comes out as the vision of a man who remains one of the all-time greats.