9 thoughts on “ Monterey - Tim Buckley - Starsailor (Cassette, Album)

  1. Monterey. Tim Buckley. From the Album Starsailor Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to sicilicumasletovaniridire.coinfo (US).
  2. Monterey This song is by Tim Buckley and appears on the album Starsailor (). Under a loop of stars in the vulgar cold The dead airport lay By the pebbles of the highway Through the snail clouds You soared to your lover I hurried away my darling With a howl in my throat. Hiding inside the weeds In the orange grove, The black rooster crowed Through the hollow of the midnight. With my shot.
  3. Leggi il testo Monterey di Tim Buckley tratto dall'album Starsailor. Cosa aspetti? Entra e non perderti neanche una parola!
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Starsailor on Discogs.3/5(2).
  5. Monterey Lyrics. 4. Moulin Album Credits. Producers Tim Buckley. Writers Larry Beckett & Tim Buckley. More Tim Buckley albums Lady, Give Me Your .
  6. Starsailor’s cover alone is like a final warning to those who come across it, with Buckley’s squinted grin being a daring glance to those who consider giving the album a spin. The risk is worth taking, not only for the mind bending experience that it is, but for the aural representative for the moment in time when Tim Buckley's time had.
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  8. Originally released in , Starsailor is the most unique and uncompromising release of Tim Buckley's brief but productive career. Combining jazz and avant-garde elements with folk-rock and Buckley's acrobatic vocal performances, Starsailor is one of the most experimental singer-songwriter albums of all time. Though it was a commercial failure at the time of its release, Starsailor has since /5(41).
  9. Editors’ Notes Few singer/songwriters have dared to sail into the far regions that Tim Buckley explored on Starsailor. This release is his most extreme artistic statement, a cacophonous fusion of progressive jazz and avant-garde idioms with few comfortable moments.

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