Honeyman (Recorded Live 1973)
Download links and information about Honeyman (Recorded Live 1973) by Tim Buckley. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 58:45 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic|
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|2.||Buzzin' Fly (Live)||7:20|
|3.||Get On Top (Live)||4:41|
|4.||Devil Eyes (Live)||7:34|
|5.||Pleasant Street (Live)||8:17|
|6.||Sally Go Round the Roses (Live)||5:53|
|7.||Stone In Love (Live)||4:17|
|8.||Honey Man (Live)||8:32|
|9.||Sweet Surrender (Live)||8:26|
Tim Buckley was a riveting live performer. While the albums made near the end of his career are not accorded the respect of the earlier, groundbreaking releases, the songs were still up to Buckley’s high standards. Honeyman is a live album from a 1973 radio broadcast. The sound is superb and the playing is much more organic sounding and even tighter than his studio recordings. Here, the songs breathe. Fred Neil’s “Dolphins” is a credible opener, perfect for Buckley’s sympathies and its quick segue into Buckley’s own “Buzzin’ Fly” from his studio best Happy/Sad makes for a great one-two punch. The avant-garde period is passed over for a shot at Goodbye and Hello’s “Pleasant Street” and tracks from Greetings from L.A. and Sefronia. The dexterous guitar leads of “Get On Top” help cook the radio waves. “Devil Eyes” and “Stone In Love” follow with a deeper funk that leaves plenty of room for Buckley to pull off his best night moves.