Dream Letter Live In London 1968 is a live album by Tim Buckley.
It was recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, England on October 7, 1968 but not released until May 1990. This was his first appearance in the UK.
Tim Buckley Dream Letter Live In London 1968
Introduction – 1:06
Buzzin’ Fly – 6:13
Phantasmagoria in Two – 4:41
Morning Glory – 3:43
Dolphins – 6:39
I’ve Been Out Walking – 8:18
The Earth Is Broken – 6:59
Who Do You Love – 9:27
Pleasant Street/You Keep Me Hanging On – 7:58
Love from Room 109/Strange Feelin’ – 12:18
Carnival Song/Hi Lily, Hi Lo – 8:50
Hallucinations – 7:14
Troubadour – 6:04
Dream Letter/Happy Time – 9:25
Wayfaring Stranger/You Got Me Runnin’ – 13:08
Once I Was – 4:29
Tim Buckley couldn’t afford to tour with his normal musicians. Danny Thompson on bass, Lee Underwood on guitar and vibraphone player David Friedman provided backing for Buckley.
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