Jun 05, · referencing Blue Afternoon, LP, Album, Gat, STS, STS This is a highly underrated Tim Buckley gem. string-guitar, jazzy guitar, psychedelic, dark atmosphere. Everybody who is into Tims Music should try to get a hold of this, put it /5().
Nov 04, · I believe the work of Tim Buckley is on the fringes of my comfort zone, hence a stars rating. For atmosphere, and timeless appeal however this is album is worthy of 5 out of 5 rating. 'Blue Afternoon' is very similar in style to the album of the same year 'Happy Sad', they work very well together from a back to back listening point of view/5(46).
Jul 12, · "Blue Afternoon" was Tim Buckley's 4th album, a product of It is pretty different from his previous folk-oriented music. It has obvious jazz elements, including smooth mellow guitar, mellow keyboards and very noticeable active bass/5(26).
Blue Afternoon was Tim Buckley's first self-produced record and his debut for Herb Cohen and Frank Zappa's Straight label. Buckley's first two albums were very much of their time and place, with their psychedelically tinged folk-rock compositions; naïve, romantic lyrical content; and moments of earnest dathistazahnmoditius.infoinfo introduction of acoustic bass and vibes into the arrangements on Happy Sad 8/
Sep 30, · This is a highly underrated Tim Buckley gem. string-guitar, jazzy guitar, psychedelic, dark atmosphere. Everybody who is into Tims Music should try to get a hold of this, put it on the LP-player that night and listen to the whole thing/5().