Goodbye And HelloTim Buckley
No Man Can Find the War-Dude's got a strong voice. I could describe it like he's singing in a tremolo? I got no other word for it. Its deep and sombre. including that end. Carnival-Well, it definitely has that carnival feel to it. The instrumental mix is so interesting. it kinda sounds like a carnival gone wrong at times and other times its just ambient carnival noise. one of the album genres in psychedelic rock so that tracks. Pleasant Street-super lowkey sombre but chill and nice. Hallucinations-liking the mix of guitar, ambient sounds and...bells and rattles and echo stuff? Some...bongos too. more psychedelic stuff i see. I like the genre...ambience i suppose? I Never Asked to be Your Mountain-Cool drums. and ambient...melody in the background. dunno what instrument that is. Once I Was-western? harmonica? melancholy. remember meeeee Knight Errant-soo short what. very...knightly? Goodbye and Hello-that two minute mark. unexpected but nice surpise. hes like, telling a whole ass story through a song, with key signature and tempo changes and eveything. neat. final act best act. Morning Glory-i don't know how to describe it but it sounds exactly like the title describes it. choir hymns singing the the back, soft front vocals, medium tempo...like a morning glory swaying in the wind. Not a bad sound. Folk Rock and Psychedelic rock is what the wiki page said, def felt that. Looks like they used a kalimba, congas, a vibraphone and various guitars and percussion. Guess i can put a name to some of the sounds I heard now. You WTF this guy died at 28? Damn. He died the fate of many muscians, thats sad, especially considering how much debt he was in too. And his son died at such a young age too, but by accident. Ran in the family it seems. Sadness. He did have a unique sound here.