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Aside from the question of how messed up Buckley was becoming, little else about the disc is in question.Read more ›
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This album just flat out rocks and I wish people would quit comparing it to Jeff; it stands on its own as an authentic piece of soul music uncategorized. Personally, I never met a Buckley album that I didnt like, though some fans are still trapped in the Goodbye and Hello phase.
They have missed a lot of good music in between.
"Move With Me" and "Night Hawkin" are both two perfect Rolling Stones type soul rockers with extremely strong grooves and some slinky bass/guitar lines. "Get On Top" is a powerful piece of percussive grooving with a strong Latin rock flavor in the rhythms but,of course the bass/guitar and keyboard lines are extremely clean and melodically jazzy. "Sweet Surrender" is an absolute opus.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For some strange reason, the songs on the disc are not in the same order as on the back of the CD case???? Not Amazon's fault!Published 2 days ago by Donna Wichman
Time to jump away from the folky stuff that Tim Buckley is more known/respected for and listen to a straight ahead country album... well not really! Not *completely* country. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bryan
I grew up listening to Tim, and this album was was released at the height of my teenage years, and so for me it is one of the greatest ever created, though I like all his music,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thoron Dor
all i can offer here is, as a recent fan of his earliest albums, courtesy of the box set on sale here, i found this later work of his to be abrasive, forced, uninteresting and hard... Read morePublished 7 months ago by zzajmusic
A under rated Classic Masterpiece..His nickname wasn't "Super throat" for nothingPublished 9 months ago by Steven S Stamp
Back in the early eighties, after hearing This Mortal Coil's ethereal take on "Song To The Siren," I rushed out next day determined to get my grubby paws on all things Tim. Read morePublished 14 months ago by kaypea