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  1. Listen free to Tim Buckley – Lorca (Lorca, Anonymous Proposition and more). 5 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at glamrock.fivegallonbucket.netinfo
  2. Tim Buckley - Anonymous Proposition Lyrics. Love me as if someday you'd hate me For what i give is yours without a name To fill your night long needs Only as long as you say This.
  3. Aug 23,  · i first heard Lorca about five years ago () and all i can say is rarely does an album from the past come along to reshape my all-time fav albums list they way this one did. had it happen again with Gene Clark's No Other but this one is about as good as it gets/5().
  4. Buckley stunned and, to a rare degree, alienated fans with the dissonant, at times wearying, avant-garde exercises in vocal gymnastics that took up the entire first side of this LP. Side two was far more accessible, though Buckley's fusion of folk instrumentation with jazzy improvisation on extended compositions continued to take him further away from his folk-rock roots.6/
  5. Oct 18,  · Buckley’s spirit guide now included poet and playwright Federico García Lorca, executed by Franco’s fascists during the Spanish Civil War, whose simultaneous violent and tender imagery Buckley seemed to be channelling. On ‘Lorca’, as with ‘Anonymous Proposition’, Buckley floated over a mercurially languid blue-note haze, crooning.
  6. Tim Buckley. Timothy Charles Buckley III (February 14, – June 29, ) was an American singer and musician. His music and style changed considerably through the years; his first album () was mostly folk oriented, but over time his music incorporated jazz, psychedelia, funk, soul, avant-garde and an evolving "voice as instrument," sound.
  7. May 01,  · Tim Buckley's legacy would be well served by issuing a deluxe CD boxset of the sessions that all occurred within a very short time span that created Blue Afternoon, Lorca and Starsailor.
  8. The arrangements of songs like “Anonymous Proposition” and “Lorca” are skeletal, jazzy whispers that serve as elegant framing devices for Buckley’s flights of vocal fancy. Lorca is a demanding listen to be sure, but few artists have utilized the human voice as imaginatively and compellingly as Buckley .

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