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Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing including booklet. These previously unreleased live may 1968 recordings from the electric theatre in Chicago can be regarded as works in progress. In real time in front of an audience, Tim (accompanied by an unidentified bass player and his trusty Spider-Man Carter C.C. Collins on congas) is basically thinking out loud as he moves from one musical and/or lyrical idea to another during this Chicago performance. Mastered by Bill Inglot, the songs include early versions of "Sing A Song For You", "Gypsy Woman", "Dolphins" and "Happy Time". The booklet features annotation by Pat Thomas, based on interviews with Lee Underwood and Larry Beckett.
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing including booklet. These previously unreleased live may 1968 recordings from the electric theatre in Chicago can be regarded as works in progress. In real time in front of an audience, Tim (accompanied by an unidentified bass player and his trusty Spider-Man Carter C.C. Collins on congas) is basically thinking out loud as he moves from one musical and/or lyrical idea to another during this Chicago performance. Mastered by Bill Inglot, the songs include early versions of "Sing A Song For You", "Gypsy Woman", "Dolphins" and "Happy Time". The booklet features annotation by Pat Thomas, based on interviews with Lee Underwood and Larry Beckett.
5014797901063

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DEMON/EDSEL
Rel. Date: 11/29/2019
UPC: 5014797901063

Live At The Electric Theater Co. Chicago, 1968 [Import LP]
Artist: Tim Buckley
Format: Vinyl
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Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing including booklet. These previously unreleased live may 1968 recordings from the electric theatre in Chicago can be regarded as works in progress. In real time in front of an audience, Tim (accompanied by an unidentified bass player and his trusty Spider-Man Carter C.C. Collins on congas) is basically thinking out loud as he moves from one musical and/or lyrical idea to another during this Chicago performance. Mastered by Bill Inglot, the songs include early versions of "Sing A Song For You", "Gypsy Woman", "Dolphins" and "Happy Time". The booklet features annotation by Pat Thomas, based on interviews with Lee Underwood and Larry Beckett.
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