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Limited - Colored Vinyl
180-gram black vinyl edition limited to 400 copies
Featuring a new remastering by Bill Inglot from the original master tapes
Buckley takes a stylistic turn to R&B
Of all the great 1960s and ‘70s singer-songwriters, Tim Buckley may have been the most talented. As a singer, Buckley was unmatched, with amazing vocal and emotional range.
As a songwriter, Buckley was never satisfied with the status quo, going from fragile folk-rock to avant-garde jazz to blue-eyed soul in the course of his short eight-year career. Buckley's legend has continued to grow, as fans constantly discover new facets of his career.
The last two albums he recorded during his lifetime, Sefronia and Look at the Fool, are among his most controversial. Both albums mark a stylistic turn to R&B out of keeping with his previous releases. Buckley reveals himself to be quite the blue-eyed soul singer on these two records, which deserved a wider audience than they got.
Real Gone's vinyl reissue of these two albums features a brand-new remastering by Bill Inglot from the original master tapes, a significant sonic upgrade from what's been available previously. Each record comes in two versions: An audiophile 180-gram black vinyl edition limited to 400 copies. And a colored vinyl edition (Salmon Pink for Sefronia, Crimson for Look at the Fool) limited to 300 copies. These are two records overdue for reappraisal!
|1. Look at the Fool|
|2. Bring It On Up|
|4. Freeway Blues|
|5. Tijuana Moon|
|1. Ain’t It Peculiar|
|2. Who Could Deny You|
|3. Mexicali Voodoo|
|4. Down in the Street|
|5. Wanda Lou|