Tim Buckley - Greetings From L.A. album download
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|A1||Move With Me
Piano – Kevin Kelly Saxophone – Eugene E. Siegel, Paul Ross NovrosVocals – Clydie King, Lorna Maxine Willard*, Venetta Fields
|A2||Get On Top
Congas – Carter C.C. CollinsOrgan – Kevin Kelly
Arranged By [Strings] – Joe FalsiaCello – Jesse EhrlichCongas – King Errison*Viola – Harry Hyams, Ralph Schaffer*Violin – Louis Kievman, Robert Konrad, William Kurasch
Congas – Carter C.C. CollinsVocals – Clydie King, Lorna Maxine Willard*, Venetta Fields
Congas – King Errison*Organ – Kevin Kelly
|B3||Hong Kong Bar
Handclaps – Jerry GoldsteinOther [Dancer] – Alena
|B4||Make It Right
Arranged By [Strings] – Joe FalsiaBass – Reinhold PressCello – Jesse EhrlichViola – Harry Hyams, Ralph Schaffer*Violin – Louis Kievman, Robert Konrad, William Kurasch
- Bass – Chuck Rainey (tracks: A1 To B2, B4)
- Drums – Ed Greene (tracks: A1 To B2, B4)
- Engineer – Chris Huston, Stan Agol
- Guitar – Joe Falsia
- Producer, Arranged By – Jerry Goldstein
- Recorded By – Stan Agol
- Recorded By, Remix – Chris Huston
- Twelve-String Guitar – Tim Buckley
|BS 2631||Tim Buckley||Greetings From L.A. (LP, Album, Uni)||Warner Bros. Records, Straight||BS 2631||US||1972|
|BSK 2631||Tim Buckley||Greetings From L.A. (LP, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records, Straight||BSK 2631||US||Unknown|
|BS 2631||Tim Buckley||Greetings From L.A. (LP, RE)||Warner Bros. Records, Straight||BS 2631||Australia||1978|
|7 73506-2||Tim Buckley||Greetings From L.A. (CD, Album)||Enigma Retro, Straight||7 73506-2||US||1989|
|7599-27261-2||Tim Buckley||Greetings From L.A. (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||7599-27261-2||Australia & New Zealand||1998|
Timothy Charles Buckley III (February 14, 1947 – June 29, 1975) was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. His music and style changed considerably through the years; he began his career based in folk music, but his subsequent albums experimented with jazz, psychedelia, funk, soul, the avant-garde and an evolving "voice as instrument" sound.
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Tim Buckley – Greetings From . Records – BS 2631, Straight – BS 2631. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Unipak. There's a similar version with an added black-and-white Warner logo at the right side of labels, here: Greetings From . Comes with b/w printed promo inner sleeve for Staight/Bizarre sampler 'Zapped'. IVY DUO-PAK™' printed on inner spine.
Band Name Tim Buckley. Album Name Greetings from . 版公司 Straight Enigma Records. Other productions from Tim Buckley. Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology.
is a music studio album recording by TIM BUCKLEY (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Greetings From . Tim Buckley: Greetings From .
is the seventh album by singer-songwriter Tim Buckley, released in 1972. It was recorded at Far Out Studios in Hollywood, California. Like most of his other albums, Greetings from . did not sell well, but got substantial airplay in the Twin Cities on the Minneapolis FM station KQRS and sold very well at the independent record shops in Minneapolis-St. Paul until it was deleted by Warner Brothers. The album was later re-released on November 7, 2005 in a compilation with debut album Tim Buckley by Elektra.
By: Tim Buckley (1972, Rock). More albums from Tim Buckley: Live At The Troubadour 1969 by Tim Buckley. Sefronia by Tim Buckley. Lady, Give Me Your Key by Tim Buckley. Once I Was by Tim Buckley. Live At The Folklore Centre, NYC – March 6, 1967 by Tim Buckley. Lorca by Tim Buckley. Dream Letter (Live In London 1968) by Tim Buckley. Happy Sad by Tim Buckley. View all albums . Greetings From . By: Tim Buckley (1972, Rock).
Listen to Greetings from . While no doubt there were commercial pressures at play, given Buckley's constant change from album to album it seems like he simply found something else to try, which he did with gusto. Get On Top," one of his best numbers, certainly doesn't sound like something aimed for the charts. The music may have a solid groove to it (Kevin Kelly's organ is worth a mention), but Buckley's frank lyrics and improv scatting both show it as him following his own muse. did not sell well, this is probably his best seller (seeing at least 2 different US pressings, the first with removable postcard+dark green label, the second had no perforations for the postcard+on the palm tree style WB label), getting substantial airplay in the Twin Cities on the Minneapolis FM. station KQRS and sold very well at the independent record shops in Minneapolis-St.