TIM BUCKLEY: Live At The Troubadour 1969 (CD)

First unearthed in 1994, this live recording from Buckley’s “Happy/Sad” period received rave reviews and has been well-received by his fans

“As this and other live Buckley albums prove, the singer's live performance took him and his audience to another level entirely. Captured here in his most creatively fertile period (circa Blue Afternoon/Happy Sad), Buckley puts his superman voice to good use, scatting, moaning, crooning and wailing as the moment requires…. Live at the Troubadour presents one of the world's finest singers at the top of his game. What more do you want?” -- Yahoo Music

"This live album, recorded at L.A.'s Troubadour on September 3, 1969, captures Buckley in exceptional form. Released nearly 25 years after it was recorded, it is a long overdue musical document that proves Buckley was a serious and dedicated artist who was a force to be reckoned with on stage" – musicimports.com

Liner notes by British writer Martin Aston (Mojo)

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