Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by pbuzby, Apr 14, 2021.
In two weeks ...
Thank you...but this is the same as the physical release. The website indicates that the full shows are available as downloads but I can't find them anywhere.
on the website "
Please note- Acoustic Sounds has discontinued hosting digital downloads.
As a result, we are in the process of setting up a new vendor for High-Resolution Digital Downloads of the Bear’s Sonic Journals releases. We apologize that the 96kHz/24bit and 192kHz /24 bit FLAC and ALAC files will be unavailable until we can complete that process."
Thanks. Hopefully they'll be on a website accessible to people outside the USA.
How does one go about downloading the digital only "Happy Time" and "Hi Lily, Hi Lo"? There is supposed to be a coupon code in the CD, but where is it? Thanks for any help.
Its a shame I would have bought direct from the Bears Web site but Amazon offering postage at less than 1/2 the price of Merch Mountain, I have to decline
not available until June 4th, then from the Tim Buckley Archives website
Tim, in 1968
Christ Almighty this release is sonic manna from Bear. The fidelity is unbelievable and the song selection is faultless.
Just posted on the Foundation's YouTube channel
Extra downloads from Tim Buckley Archives delayed until June 7th
The Tim Buckley Archives
Happy Time and Hi Lily, Hi Lo now available from timbuckley.net, using the download code in the CD booklet.
The two tracks are in a single ZIP file - WAV files at 16/44.1 resolution.
Three of the songs have their beginning missing on my cd
The liner notes mention this. Bear was a bit late on the record button in some cases. His priority was the house sound, not recording for posterity.
Good to know, sometimes the liner notes do not get the attention they deserve. Unless you read the notes, you might get bent out of shape.
the cd is getting lots of promotion but no one is mentioning the cut songs...too late to know once you're reading the booklet. Here's a fixed "Buzzin Fly" it took me all of 2 minutes to do. Chirbit  buzz
Here's a 3 hour radio show about the new Buckley cd.
How did you fix it? That is, where did you get the missing pieces?
So track 1 here in 2017 is mentioned as Who Do You Love - but has been revised on the official track release to Green Rocky Road. I look forward to hearing this version, as his treatment of the song seemed to be ever changing between the 1967 Folklore Club Version, through the Chicago Electric Theatre May 68 version to Who Do You Love on Dream Letter in October 68
missing piece taken from later in the song
Ah, thank you maestro!
Does anyone know if this can be bought from a UK based seller? Or does it have to come from overseas? Thanks.
Any idea where I can hear the Folklore 1967 version of Green Rocky Road/Who Do You Love- its not on the CD, and doesn't seem to be on youtube. Cheers.
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