Tim Buckley - Goodbye & Hello (Hol) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. No Man Can Find the War
2. Carnival Song
3. Pleasant Street
4. Hallucinations
5. I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain
6. Once I Was
7. Phantasmagoria in Two
8. Knight-Errant
9. Goodbye and Hello

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This (2nd) album really shows Tim Buckley's style and talent in song writing, original and with deep melodies. Blessed with extraordinary vocal abilities, he could inject power, meaning and emotion into his songs in a way that no one else could. He uses extremely varied styles of music, in addition to folk-rock, to put across these ideas. The album begins with a song dealing with the horrors of war, (it was, after all, the era of the Vietnam war) but in the case of "No Man Can Find The War", Tim's voice climbing into the sky as he straightforwardly, almost weepingly, derides the war, a protest song. He experiments with harpsichords on "Carnival Song" sung in the upper- most register without falsetto (as we know from his son Jeff). This album is a wonderful example of Tim's most 'accessible' work!