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8 thoughts on “ Tim Buckley - Lorca (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Easily one of our favorite albums by Tim Buckley – and a record that really opens up with some key jazzy touches! Buckley 's still got his roots in folk here, and his vocals are yet to hit the extremes of Starsailor or Lorca – but there's also a new sense of inflection to the way he puts over the lyrics, shaded in by use of vibes, kalimba, harmonium, and harpsichord – the latter two of.
  2. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Lorca [Vinyl LP record] at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5.
  3. 1 Lorca A2 Anonymous Proposition B1 I Had A Talk With My Woman B2 Driftin' B3 Nobody Walkin' Manufactured By – Kinney Music GmbH Art Direction – William S. Harvey Artwork By [Photo Conversion] – J. Seeley Bass – John Balkin Congas – Carter C.C. Collins Electric Piano, Electric Guitar – Lee Underwood Guitar, Vocals – Tim Buckley Photography – Ed Caraeff /5(20).
  4. Mar 19,  · Tim Buckley - Driftin' from Lorca () Tim Buckley - Driftin' from Lorca () Skip navigation ( Original Pressing) - Black Vinyl LP - Duration: CJ's Vinyl .
  5. TIM BUCKLEY Lorca ( US butterfly label 5-track LP - the first of Tims pioneering freeform albums using voice as an extra instrument which paved the way for many later imitators. The pasted picture sleeve has a deletion cut corner & remains in Excellent condition with very little shelf Rating: % positive.
  6. Lorca is a album by singer-songwriter Tim Buckley, his fifth since his debut in It was named after Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca, and was recorded simultaneously with Blue Afternoon, though notably different in was one of Buckley's two avant-garde albums, and explored some sounds and ideas he had not previously used. Also importantly, it was an attempt to break away.
  7. Lorca, an Album by Tim Buckley. Released in September on Elektra (catalog no. EKS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Folk, Psychedelic Folk, Singer/Songwriter.
  8. Oct 29,  · i first heard Lorca about five years ago () and all i can say is rarely does an album from the past come along to reshape my all-time fav albums list they way this one did. had it happen again with Gene Clark's No Other but this one is about as good as it gets/5().

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