Look at the Fool is the ninth and last album by singer-songwriter Tim Buckley before his death in 1975. It was recorded at Wally Heider Sound Studios, San Francisco and Record Plant in Los Angeles, California. All tracks written by Tim Buckley, except ‡ by Larry Beckett/Buckley. Side One. "Look at the Fool" – 5:13. Bring It On Up" – 3:27. Freeway Blues"‡ – 3:12. Tijuana Moon"‡ – 2:41. Side Two. "Ain't It Peculiar" – 3:36. Who Could Deny You" – 4:23. Mexicali Voodoo" – 2:25.
Buckley was off the rails by this point, and this album documents the former rhapsode ground down to sadly strained and attenuated howling about cheap motel romps. The title track alone will disquiet the Buckley fan expecting the warmth of "Buzzin' Fly," the radiance of "Once I Was," or the energy of "I Never Asked to Be Your Mountain. Even from the opening lines, Buckley's voice is so faucalized that it is clear that whatever has strung him out is terminal.
Band Name Tim Buckley. Album Name Look at the Fool. Data wpisu Listopad 1974. Wydawcy Discreet Enigma Records. Styl muzycznyFolk Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1. 2. Bring It on Up. 3. Helpless.
Look At The Fool by Tim Buckley. Record Collector is the world's leading authority on rare and collectable records. After 1973’s covers-heavy Sefronia, Buckley had wrenched back the song-writing reins for the itled Look At The Fool, immersed in the white soul/black funk waters Bowie and others were now paddling in as he completed the sex-funk trilogy started with ’72’s Greetings From LA. Buckley’s multi-octave voice may have been made for lascivious R&B but it is somewhat contained here by New York guitarist Joe Falsia’s production
Sefronia gives Look At The Fool some stiff competition, but what proved to be Buckley’s last album could be his recorded nadir. Still, like Sefronia, there are odd saving graces, such as the title track, which emulates Al Green’s sizzling presence, and the frazzled, Tijuana-soul feel at least felt more authentically Buckley, without any of the AOR/MOR template. But the songwriting meandered badly, and it really shouldn’t have ended like this. Tim Buckley ‘Pleasant Street, You Keep Me Hanging On’ from Dream Letter (Live In London 1968) (Demon Records, 1990).
Album: Look At the Fool, Original Release Date: 1974. Song Duration: 5 min 13 sec. Top Tim Buckley LyricsAnonymous Proposition Dolphins Come Here Woman Chase The Blues Away Carnival Song Cafe Buzzin' Fly Bring It On Up Blue Melody Because Of You. like.
Look At THe Fool
Bring It On Up
Ain't It Peculiar
Who Could Deny You
Down In The Street
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Performer:Tim Buckley Genre: Rock / Folk music Title: Look At The Fool Country: US Released: 1984 Style: Folk MP3 version ZIP size: 1145 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1476 mb Rating: 4.8 Votes: 772 Other Formats: AC3 AU MOD AAC MMF FLAC ADX