Tim Buckley / Blue Afternoon

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Find me a Tim Buckley album that is not a work of genius – (and that includes his much derided '74 studio finale Look at the Fool).

For Blue Afternoon, which the late, great bard cut in '69 simultaneously with Lorca and while he was composing for Starsailor - bassist John Miller works magic on upright and electric.

With a rich, strident tone,  and swing feel beneath his mesmerizing motifs and grooves, dig John's passages on "Happy Time," "So Lonely," and "The Train," among others.


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