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Robbie Basho Seal Of The Blue Lotus
His gone, meditative 1965 debut, already steeped in Eastern modalities and Indian mysticism. The opener is based on a Ravi Shankar raga; Bardo Blues is a musical rendition of the Tibetan Book Of The Dead.







Tim Buckley Happy Sad
Mesmerizing third LP, from 1968... more experimental, reaching. With Buzzin' Fly, a laid-back killer; the epic, frantic Gypsy Woman; the heart-breaking Dream Letter, to baby son Jeff.



Tim Buckley Lorca
At his furthest out, in 1969.



Tim Buckley Blue Afternoon
Sublime Buckley from 1969 mellow and jazzy folk-rock, melancholic but charged and entrancing, with timeless songs like I Must Have Been Blind and Happy Time.



Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello
From 1967, his best commercial success in his lifetime a potent mix of baroque pop and yearning, questing folk. And boy, could he sing! Several all-time highlights here.


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Cluster 71
Moebius and Roedelius post-Kluster (with the departure of Conrad Schnitzler): deeply impressive, a massive but minimalist 'cosmische' landmark.



Cluster Sowiesoso
Blissed out crossings of their refined electronica with synths, piano and guitar, from 1976.


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Shirley Collins And Davy Graham Folk Roots, New Routes
Perfect 1964 marriage of wonderful singing, mostly traditional material, and virtuosic, Middle-Eastern-styled guitar-playing. Hares On The Mountain is irresistible; and there's a great Nottamun Town. Heavy vinyl.



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