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Tim Buckley: Look at The Fool - November 1974

By Mick MacVe

"Look At the Fool" (November 1974) The title track opens the album and is one of his most outstanding performances. The full range of his voice is immediately on display. However, the rest of the album is largely disappointing; the sound is "funky" but most of the songs are uninspiring.


Side 1:

Look At The Fool (Buckley)

Bring It On Up (Buckley)

Helpless (Buckley)

Freeway Blues (Buckley/Beckett)

Tijuana Moon (Buckley/Beckett)

Side 2:

Ain't It Peculiar (Buckley)

Who Could Deny You (Buckley)

Also released on "Morning Glory The Tim Buckley Anthology"

Mexicali Voodoo (Buckley)

Down In The Street (Buckley)

Wanda Lou (Buckley)

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