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Doofy
74
'Lorca' is most famous for its bizarre and lengthy title track - did Buckley go a step too far here? Well, I've learnt to appreciate 'Lorca' and the second evil twin track, the jazzy 'Anonymous Proposition', but I always felt in their strange way they dominated the album, or at least what you remember of the album.

The three other songs ARE a lot more conventional, though actually strong as ever, but the dye has been cast - you sort of expect and want 'Lorca' to all sound like the title track ... read more
Houdanny
93
This album is just... uncomfortable to listen to. But in the absolute best possible way, just sends waves of shivers up my spine.

Standout: Lorca
Favs: Anonymous Proposition, I had a talk with my woman, Driftin’, Nobody Walkin’
Least fav: -
58
SONGS RANKED:
5. Anonymous Preposition
4. Lorca
3. Nobody Walkin'
2. Driftin'
1. I Had a Talk With My Woman
CheapandLethal
70
Worth a listen
tha138
73
A totally different musical adventure into avant-garde for Tim Buckley, inspired by his blue afternoons in company with Lorca's poetry.
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Added on: March 22, 2016