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Tim Buckley - Goodbye And Hello Album

Tim Buckley - Goodbye And Hello Album Performer: Tim Buckley
Title: Goodbye And Hello
Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1967
Country: US
Label: Elektra
Catalog number: EKL-318
Size MP3: 2545 mb
Size FLAC: 1041 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

1No Man Can Find The War
Written-By – Beckett, Buckley
2:58
2Once I Was
Written-By – Buckley
3:22
3Goodbye And Hello
Written-By – Beckett, Buckley
8:38
4Knight-Errant
Written-By – Beckett, Buckley
2:00
5Hallucinations
Written-By – Beckett, Buckley
4:55
6Pleasant Street
Written-By – Buckley
5:15
7Carnival Song
Written-By – Buckley
3:10
8Phantasmagoria In Two
Written-By – Buckley
3:29
9I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain
Written-By – Buckley
6:02
10Morning Glory
Written-By – Beckett, Buckley
2:52

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EKS-7318Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello ‎(LP, Album, Son)ElektraEKS-7318US1967
4M 132Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)4 Men With Beards4M 132US2005
EKS-7318Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello ‎(LP, Album, Gat)ElektraEKS-7318US1967
EKS-74028Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello ‎(LP, Album, RE)ElektraEKS-74028USUnknown
R1 318, 081227937867Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE, Gat)Rhino Records , ElektraR1 318, 081227937867Europe2017

Credits

  • BassJim Fielder, Jimmy Bond
  • Congas, PercussionCarter C.C. Collins
  • Design [Cover Design]William S. Harvey
  • DrumsEddie Hoh
  • GuitarBrian Hartzler, John Forsha
  • Guitar [Six-string], Twelve-String Guitar, Slide Guitar [Bottleneck Guitar], Kalimba, Vibraphone [Vibes]Tim Buckley
  • Kalimba, TambourineDave Guard
  • Lead GuitarLee Underwood
  • Liner Notes [Back Cover]LB
  • Liner Notes [Inside Gatefold]Larry Beckett
  • Mixed ByBruce Botnick
  • Organ, Piano, HarmoniumJerry Yester
  • Photography By [Cover]Guy Webster
  • Photography By [Liner]David Gahr
  • Piano, Harmonium, HarpsichordDon Randi
  • Producer [Production Supervisor]Jac Holzman
  • Recorded By [Recording Director]Jerry Yester

Notes

Gold Elektra label
Label Variation: different spacing between the lines in the bottom-center text.

All selections © Copyright 1967 Third Story Music, BMI
All lyrics © copyright Third Story Music, 1967.

Recorded in Los Angeles, June, 1967

Recording first published August 1967

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): EKL-318-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): EKL-318-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): ELK 318A (SON)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): EKL 318B (SON)
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Record Company – Elektra Records
  • Copyright (c) – Third Story Music
  • Pressed By – Sonic Recording Products, Inc.

Video

Album

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