Live At The Folklore Center, NYC - March 6, 1967 by Tompkins Square at Public Sounds. MPN: 5002897. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Unless you were one of the 35 people in the audience at the Folklore Center on March 6, 1967, then you haven't heard this-Tim Buckley at the dawn of
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Unless you were one of the 35 people in the audience at the Folklore Center on March 6, 1967, then you haven't heard this-Tim Buckley at the dawn of his career, playing a set of 16 songs, six of which have never shown up on any Buckley album, whether live or studio! Indeed, this is the earliest live recording of Buckley that's surfaced, and it features, in the notes, an unpublished interview with promoter Izzy Young. In other words, a crucial, newly-discovered document from a legendary career! Includes I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain; Dolphins; No Man Can Find the War; Troubadour; Wings; Phantasmagoria in Two , and more.
5.63 x 0.39 x 5.04 inches
4.96 x 0.31 x 5.43 inches
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