Tim Buckley - Starsailor (1970)

Starsailor is a album, released on Frank Zappa's Straight Records label. It marks the moment Buckley's folk rock origins became invisible as he fully incorporated jazz rock and avant-garde styles in to his music. Although it is often regarded as not being accessible to many people,[citation needed] it also contains his best known song "Song to the Siren". This more accessible song was written much earlier than Starsailor's newer material, originally in a more traditional folk arrangement, as shown on the later released compilation album Morning Glory: The Tim Buckley Anthology. Bunk Gardner, a former member of the Mothers of Invention, joined Buckley's normal band to record the album. Also, Buckley began working again with lyricist Larry Beckett, after a three-album absence.

01. Come Here Woman
02. I Woke Up
03. Monterey
04. Moulin Rouge
05. Song To The Siren
06. Jungle Fire
07. Starsailor
08. The Healing Festival
09. Down By The Borderline


McKee said...


Cheers from the former capitol of the Confederacy, Richmond, Va.

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Would you kindly let me know what the aforementioned password is?

Thanks again


OVERLORD said...

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