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 Post subject: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2011 3:01 pm 
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Jeff Buckley
(November 17, 1966 – May 29, 1997)

Tim Buckley
(February 14, 1947 – June 29, 1975)


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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FINALLY ......

and for once, instead of tiers, lets start off with a song ..... my favorite from T. Buckley ...




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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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Lover, You Should've Come Over has quickly become one of my favorite songs. It's even surpassed Hallelujah, which is no small task. Simply amazing from start to finish, the vocals in particular.


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Tudwell wrote:
Lover, You Should've Come Over has quickly become one of my favorite songs. It's even surpassed Hallelujah, which is no small task. Simply amazing from start to finish, the vocals in particular.



people rave over Hallelujah way too much without giving his other songs a proper listen ....

you familiar with Tim Tudwell ?


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Lover, You Should Have Come Over and Pleasant Street are two of my absolute favorite vocal performances.


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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The live version of Pleasant Street is beyond amazing .....


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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Tier for Jeff Buckley :

Studio Albums :

Grace (1994)

Eps :

Live at Sin-é EP (1993)
Eternal Life EP (1995)
Live from the Bataclan EP(1995)


Live and Other releases :

Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk (1998)
Mystery White Boy (live album)(2001)
Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition)(2003)
Grace Around the World(2009)


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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Yousha wrote:
Tudwell wrote:
Lover, You Should've Come Over has quickly become one of my favorite songs. It's even surpassed Hallelujah, which is no small task. Simply amazing from start to finish, the vocals in particular.



people rave over Hallelujah way too much without giving his other songs a proper listen ....

you familiar with Tim Tudwell ?


No, I'm not. Is that a real person? That's a pseudonym I've thought about using if I ever, for example, get anything published or something.


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

amazing how much a sentence is modified with symbols....

lets try that again,

you familiar with Tim, Tudwall ??


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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Yousha wrote:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

amazing how much a sentence is modified with symbols....

lets try that again,

you familiar with Tim, Tudwall ??


Oh! :lol:

No, I haven't really listened to Tim at all. Anything in particular I should check out?


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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check out the track I posted on top for starters, Tim has a range of material , so it depends on which side of his people will like .....

Dipsoid mentioned Pleasant Street , so here is the definite version of it ....



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Tud, Goodbye and Hello is a good place to start it's got some amazing baroque/folk pop. Starsailor is considered one of his best for more avante-folk (I wasn't a big fan of it myself though).

Yousha, I havien't heard that version of Pleasant Street before, the vocal gymnastics there are brilliant, so emotional too. Overall though, I think I prefer the faster pace and instrumentation of the studio version despite the surreal vocals of that live version.


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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they've both got their appeal I agree, i prefer this version much more cause of the emotion in it basically ... they are both amazing ...

and Tud - yeah , if you want the lighter stuff, Goodbye and Hello is the thing...though I am a big fan of his avante work and Starsailor is possibly a top 15 album for me of all time and a top 5 as far as vocals are concerned ....

both father and son are 2 of the best vocalists ever....and 2 amazing songwriters to top it off .....


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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So I'm listening to the Legacy Edition of Live at Sin-e, and I must say Buckley's version of Just Like a Woman is mindblowing. He has such an ear for transforming a song and exploring parts of it that the original writer might not even have known were there. I think I prefer Buckley's version by a fair amount, and that says something because I quite enjoy Dylan's original.


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 Post subject: Re: Jeff Buckley/Tim Buckley
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Grace is incredible album... The title track, "So Real", "Lover, You Should've Come Over" and "Corpus Christi Carol" among many others are just fantastic!


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