The Tim Buckley Archives
Film and Television



Below is a list of Buckley/Beckett compositions and Tim Buckley performances used on US and international TV. While every effort has been made to ensure that the list is as comprehensive as possible, the Estate will welcome any additional information about missing entries.

(NOTE: Some of the links on this and other pages may redirect you to, the music-publishing site for the Estate of Tim Buckley)

Inside Pop - The Rock Revolution
CBS, April 4, 1967*
Footage of No Man Can Find The War from the Café au Go Go

Program hosted by Leonard Bernstein.
The Tonight Show - (NBC, December 1967)
Interviewed by Alan King

The Monkees: Episode # 58*
Mijacogeo a.k.a The Frodis Caper (1968)

Tim sings Song To The Siren, atop a car wrecked by Frank Zappa at the end of The Monkees Blow Their Minds trailer

Twien - (April 1968)*

Dutch TV broadcast of concert from the Fantasio Club, Amsterdam

Happy Time and Sing a Song for You

Late Night Line Up (BBC 2, April 1968)*

Tim Buckley, Lee Underwood , Carter CC Collins and Danny Thompson

Happy Time and Morning Glory.

Steve Allen Show (NBC, June 3, 1968)*

Tim performed two songs, including Happy Time.

How It Is (BBC 1, October 1968) Details unknown.

Once More with Felix (BBC 1 - November 23, 1968)
Hosted by Julie Felix with Richard Harris

Dick Clark's The New American Bandstand - Season 12, Episode 43
(ABC, June 21, 1969)

Tim Buckley performs Gypsy Woman. Dyke & The Blazers perform We Got More Soul.

The Show* (February, 1970)* WITV - PBS affiliate in Hershey PA.

I Woke Up and Come Here Woman

Boboquivari - Episode 7* (PBS, September 15 1970, broadcast September 22).
Recorded at the old KCET studios in Burbank. Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Steve Clover (drums), Bunk Gardner (horns) and John Balkin (five-string bass).
I Woke Up, Come Here Woman, Moulin Rouge, Blue Melody*, Music Boats In The Bay*, Down By The Borderline, Jungle Fire.

The Midnight Special (NBC January 24, 1974)
Show also featured Genesis and The Steve Miller Band.

Sally Go Round The Roses* and Honeyman

The Old Grey Whistle Test (BBC 2, May 21, 1974)*

Charlie Whitney (guitar and vocals), Ian Wallace (drums), Tim Hinkley (bass)

Dolphins* and Honey Man.

The Dolphins performance is also included on the 2001 two-DVD set: The Old Grey Whistle Test - BBC Worldwide Publishing

Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1988).
Directed by Bill Couturie, this HBO documentary was the winner of two Prime Time Emmys.
Once I Was was again used against the backdrop of the Vietnam War.

All the confusion, pain, despair, and even hope of the men and women who served in Vietnam is captured in Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam. Read by dozens of actors, the letters show a more human story of the war, revealing real people in real situations trying to explain or understand - Information Clearing House


Everybody Here Wants You (BBC 4, 2001)

Documentary about Jeff Buckley directed and produced by Serena Cross,
Narrated by Andrea Oliver. David Browne as consultant.
Tim Buckley - Happy Time; Dream Letter; Gypsy Woman; Morning Glory; I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain; Dolphins; Sweet Surrender; Song to the Siren (Monkees)
This Mortal Coil - Song to the Siren
Jeff Buckley - Once I Was; I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain

VH1 Confidential - Jeff & Tim Buckley (2001) USA.
Eight-minute feature about the lives of Jeff and Tim Buckley.

Includes footage of Pleasant Street, No Man Can Find The War and Goodbye and Hello

Smallville: Visitor - Season 2, Episode 18 (CW 15 April 2003)

Phantasmagoria In Two performed by Neil Halstead

2007 MVDvisual DVD
Tim Buckley: My Fleeting House

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