Bear’s Sonic Journals: Tim Buckley, Merry-Go-Round at the Carousel, June 15-16, 1968

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  1. Roger Thornhill

    Roger Thornhill Forum Resident

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    As I am for any TB release, I'll be picking this up.

    They were in the studio for the next couple of days after the gigs.

    17th June 1968
    Happy Time - Works In Progress, The Dream Belongs To Me
    Sing A Song For You - Works In Progress, Happy Sad
    Chase The Blues Away - Works In Progress

    18th June 1968
    Buzzin' Fly - Works In Progress
    Wayfaring Stranger - Works In Progress
    Ashbury Park v1 - Works In Progress, The Dream Belongs To Me
     
  2. gazatthebop

    gazatthebop Forum Resident

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    Qobuz have the release as 24 bit audio
     
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  3. Mark Snowden

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  4. gazatthebop

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    Three tracks were played on KBOO radio Portland earlier today. Sounds like Tim's vocal stays in the right channel
     
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  6. jamesmaya

    jamesmaya Senior Member

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    I ordered both titles and the Ali Akbar Khan cd arrived in the mail yesterday. I’ve been listening to it all day and I really enjoy this release. What an unexpected little surprise.
     
  7. Starfinder

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    Understood, and I wish we could change that. Unfortunately, our merch folks tell me it's a Brexit issue, the red tape from that combined with the surge in international e-commerce is what's making it super costly to get stuff over there. So unless we manufacture product there, UK folks are going to have to shoulder the costs of regional political idiocy....
     
  8. gazatthebop

    gazatthebop Forum Resident

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    or buy the wav/flac download. Can you add the booklet in pdf to that way of purchasing it?
     
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  9. Avenging Robot

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    Years after it seemed out of print, I bought German manufactured CD of In Concert 1972 of Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan in Japan. It is a great album.
     
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  10. privit1

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    Yes Merch Mountain are taking the pi$$ with there shipping pricing.

    When it becomes available on Amazon.com you will see by how much.

    To be honest this pricing issue is more down to to much competition free market, if postal services were still a monopoly of state owned enterprises it would be a fraction of the cost.
     
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  11. Sorcerer

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  12. RockRoom

    RockRoom I Love My Dog

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    This release is stunning. So, anyone able to find the downloads for the 2 tracks mentioned in the liners? I thought it odd when directed to a page that hasn't been updated in a decade.
     
  13. Six Bachelors

    Six Bachelors Troublemaking enthusiast

    I'm keen to order this...and no doubt will but this is the second time there has been download exclusive stuff, right? The Commander Cody set had several full shows available to download, whereas the CD set just highlighted one. Mind you...I never actually found where to download the multiple complete shows so maybe I got that wrong.
     
  14. Six Bachelors

    Six Bachelors Troublemaking enthusiast

    ...and I just did order it. Would still like to know how to get the full Commander Cody digital release.
     
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  15. gazatthebop

    gazatthebop Forum Resident

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    be patient...its being sorted
     
  16. What are the 2 downloadable tracks? Thanks.
     
  17. Woops. Just found these. "Happy Time" and "Hi Lily, Hi Lo" from June 15, 1968.
     
  18. I do wish some of the '74/'75 concerts had been recorded. Do you have any memories of those concerts?
     
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  19. ILovethebassclarinet

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    Good ones; reflective of the LPs (Sefronia, etc.) tight, energetic, and mostly shorn of the 'folkie' elements from the first few, yet nowhere as "jazzy/out there" as Starsailor (which I also like, and always have).
     
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  20. ILovethebassclarinet

    ILovethebassclarinet Forum Resident

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    He was in Michigan a lot back then, I just discovered, more than I had realized; the 2 shows I saw were the 1973 ones at The Brewery.
    Tim Buckley | The Concert Database
     
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  21. gazatthebop

    gazatthebop Forum Resident

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    they will be available to download on the Tim Buckley Archives site June 4th.
     
  22. gazatthebop

    gazatthebop Forum Resident

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    some of the songs on this cd are cut. Buzzin Fly is one
     
  23. I presume that the two tracks will also be on the high-rez download too.
     
  24. gazatthebop

    gazatthebop Forum Resident

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    don't know but the whole thing is available on download site Qobuz @ 24/96 wav
     
  25. Six Bachelors

    Six Bachelors Troublemaking enthusiast

    Are the complete Commander Cody shows there too?
     

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