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Goodbye and Hello album for sale by Tim Buckley was released Jul 11, 1989 on the Elektra (Label) label. Initially a folksinger, Tim Buckley quickly defied stylistic categorization. Goodbye and Hello CD music GOODBYE & HELLO offers a rich musical vocabulary, from plaintive love song to free-form expressionism, with the artist's remarkable voice at its core. Goodbye and Hello buy CD music Buckley's acrobatic voice dances around the melodies, coloring his material with raw emotion. His range is startling, from sonorous baritone to wild falsetto, but its utilization is never gratuitous. Goodbye and Hello CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Buckley of '67 Should Be Played Today|
It was a thrill to finally hear the entire album. All of the songs should have been played on commercial radio in the late 60s. The voice is fresh; the music is stirring!
By a reviewer (Norfolk, VA, USA)
||"...from my fleeting house..."|
Tim Buckley is (to quote a musiclover friend)an "electric, ecstatic flame of a musician"...his style reminds me of a pantomime artist embodying a fire rising up in all red and golden glory, reveling, writhing and pulsating with the energy of its nature...a flame of a new powerful and aware generation coming up in the world.....and this album feels like that to me. If this is a gift from the Los Angeles late-60's folk-rock era (a la the Byrds, Mama Cass, etc., then we now hear how some artists will not, cannot be "classified" and Tim Buckley made a profession out of not being classified(or stultified), all to the credit of his art, and our powers to appreciate. He was way ahead of most rock fans,and I would say most of his fellow musicians as well, and his exhortations to "come home!" may just echo his anguish at a world which needs some major nudging...as much as it may echo some private beseeching...Tim Buckley is exhaustedly learned in all the relevant music-forms, including classical (Bach, Wagner, Stravinski) rock/folk (Dylan, Donovan, McGuinn, Balin, Fairport Convention, etc....) and jazz and way beyond. The fusion is superlative and at least on this album, seamless. The use of impressionistic and expressionistic effects are everywhere and give the work a sense of drama, like a 20th century Baroque rock opera... All that's "missing" really, is the video....and in the meantime this music seems to have anticipated the development of computerplayer "visualizations"..betterthan almost any other 60's "rock" I can think of. The voice is from another dimension altogether. It makes me remember "the days when we smiled and the hours that ran wild" (when I never even HAD someone like that!)and I feel like going on sadly smiling, as the quality of these musicians and the masterpiece that is this album continue to surround me 40 years since its creation. "Feel the change and yet, still understand. Know the way, know the way...." I think today's musicians would "know the way" better by listening again to records like this, and artists like this.
By Beetsnow (Mustang, OK, USA)
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Goodbye and Hello songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1242643|
|Release Date||Jul 11, 1989|
|Recording Time||42 minutes||