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The Posthumous Albums

1990 - Dream Letter - Live in London 1968, Enigma/Manifesto
"This superb two-hour performance by the late Tim Buckley has never been available before, even in bootleg form, and it is a revelation, capturing this folk-pop visionary at a critical and exciting juncture in his tragically abbreviated career.."
Rolling Stone

1991 - The Peel Sessions, Strange Fruit Records (UK) Dutch East India(US)

Five tracks recorded in 1968 for BBC Radio 1's John Peel Show

1994 - Live at the Troubadour, Manifesto Records
"The spotlight is on Buckley's lyrics and ungodly-great voice - the liner notes credit him with a five-and-a-half octave range, all of which he uses, and then some - his playing, and that of his four-piece band swing provocatively, adding texture and improv spontaneity..."
Jack Rabid - The Big Takeover

1994 - Morning Glory, Band of Joy Records(UK)

The Peel Sessions with two added tracks from BBC2 television show The Old Grey Whistle Test

1995 - Honeyman, Manifesto Records
"The Honeyman session finds Buckley at his most exuberant. He croons Fred Neil's ever-beautiful Dolphins with the assurance of prime-time Sinatra, albeit one owing as much to Jack Kerouac as Jack Daniels..."
Fred Dellar - VOX Magazine (UK)

1999 - Once I Was, Strange Fruit Records (UK)

Morning Glory with added Danish radio track I don't need it to rain

2000 - Works in Progress, Rhino Records/Handmade
"A wonderful assortment of material Buckley cut in 1968 -- originally intended as material for the album that would become Happy Sad, but largely left behind at the time -- most of it released for the first time ever on this incredible set from Rhino Handmade..."
2000 - The Copenhagen Tapes, Strange Fruit Records (UK)

Complete 1968 Danish radio broadcast

2001 - The Dream Belongs to Me, Manifesto Records
"While neither the '68 sessions nor the '73 demos are recommended to non-fans, their pairing on this disc creates an interesting and unique juxtaposition between Buckley's early, stellar flights of fancy and the more pragmatic, earthbound end of his career..."
2009 - Live At The Folklore Center, NYC – March 6, 1967, Tompkins Square
"It’s unquestionably great music, but a fascinating insight into a songwriter’s development, too. As Buckley expands the parameters of his music ... you can virtually detect the speed of his development..."




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