Coincidentally I “relapsed” on a Tim Buckey album.
I always try to avoid putting some of his records back on the CD player. I try not to do it because then what happens has happened before. Basically, I stay hearing the same cd and artist for days, often weeks.
Last Monday I “fell in” again … and I can’t get out of it easily.
“Song to the Siren” is not only one of the highest and most mythical moments, his album Starsailor, from which the song is taken … is a museum piece in every sense.
The whole Buckley saga (he and his son Jeff Buckley) is an intensely emotional experience that you cannot avoid if you have blood in your veins.
This song is one of the many songs in my life that I am speechless when I listen to it.
Artistically speaking and also because it cannot be found, both on vinyl and on CD very easily on the market.
A legal issue has blocked the release of this CD for decades, and it is easy to predict that as soon as it comes out, there will be a rush to buy it from thousands of people all over the world.
However you can find it on some online services, such as iTunes or Spotify, but for those who love this type of music, a vinyl or CD version would be celebrated with enthusiasm.
Anyway today I dedicate to you a great video of “Song to the Siren”.
One of the most emotional songs I have ever hear.
The song can be found on CD in some collections on Tim Buckley.
I advise you to take it and listen to it in a beautiful system. Tears may drop on your face even if you have hard skin and consider yourself impenetrable.
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