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Tim Buckley: Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions (Light In The Attic)

Tim Buckley
Lady, Give Me Your Key: The Unissued 1967 Solo Acoustic Sessions
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Tim Buckley’s life may have been cut short, but his legacy lives on, and it lives on for one reason: that voice. 483 more words

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Song Of The Day: Tim Buckley, "Lady, Give Me Your Key"

Folk singer Tim Buckley‘s heavenly voice and the tragic history of his short life has resulted in him transcending into the pantheon of near-mythical Doomed Musicians. 73 more words

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Camberwell Now from the ashes of This Heat

Camberwell Now’s The Ghost Trade and The EP Collection will be reissued next month on Modern Classic Recordings (Light In The Attic).

Camberwell Now featured This Heat’s vocalist and drummer Charles Hayward. 397 more words

Evolution: Tamam Shud's cult surf soundtrack

Taman Shud’s psychedelic soundtrack to the cult Australian surf movie Evolution has been lovingly reissued by Anthology Records.  It was recorded live in 1968 – whilst the film was projected upon the studio wall due to budget constraints – and was released in 1969. 308 more words

Alan Vega / Alex Chilton / Ben Vaughn - Cubist Blues (Thirsty Ear album, 1996)

Cubist Blues was originally released in 1996 and despite the critical reception with which it was received at the time, supported by two live shows in New York and Rennes, it more or less sank into cult obscurity. 772 more words

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Gimmer Nicholson - Red and White Light Ship

Gimmer Nicholson had been poking around the Memphis blues/folk scene for a number of years before moving to San Francisco in the mid-1960s. He recorded a few demos on a crude reel-to-reel deck and sent them to his brother, who brought the tapes in a brown paper bag to Terry Manning back in Memphis. 381 more words

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