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The Best of Tim Buckley (Remastered)


Download links and information about The Best of Tim Buckley (Remastered) by Tim Buckley. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:17:33 minutes.

Artist: Tim Buckley
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:17:33
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No. Title Length
1. Aren't You the Girl 2:05
2. Song for Janie 2:42
3. I Can't See You 2006 2:42
4. Carnival Song 3:10
5. Morning Glory 2:52
6. Goodbye and Hello 8:39
7. Sing a Song for You (Take 11) 5:42
8. Once I Was 3:24
9. Strange Feelin' 7:37
10. I Had a Talk With My Woman 5:59
11. Happy Time 3:14
12. I Must Have Been Blind 3:43
13. The River 5:47
14. Song to the Siren 3:26
15. Dophins 3:13
16. Martha 3:17
17. Move With Me 4:51
18. Look At the Fool 5:10



While it is advisable that anyone interested in the works of Tim Buckley check out his individual albums and live performances, this Best Of is a solid, general overview of his entire career. Since he had few “hits” and conceived his work in the album format, there will be questions over the selections, but there isn’t anything here that doesn’t belong. “Song For Janie” is from his self-titled first album when Buckley was only 19 and it shows his youth and his brilliance. His career was one of constant motion and listening to these eighteen tracks, one hears something completely different throughout. “Once I Was” was a brilliant anti-war single. “Strange Feelin’” dipped into an improvisatory folk-jazz mode. “Happy Time,” “I Must Have Been Blind” and “The River” bring forth the timeless mastery of his Blue AfternoonLP. “Song to the Siren,” made popular by the Goth outfit This Mortal Coil, is from his unmatchable Starsailor collection. His covers of Fred Neil’s “Dolphins” and Tom Waits’ “Martha” become Buckley songs through his artistic dominance.