Saturday, January 13, 2007


Today Music For Your Eyes offers a full concert that Tim Buckley performed in 1970 for a program called Boboquivari, on the Los Angeles TV channel KCET.
In those days he was at the peak of the most experimental phase of his career, four of the six songs he played are included on his mysterious and touching masterpiece Starsailor. Unfortunately this record is out of print now.
Tim is accompanied by a band of four musicians, including a trumpet player, that leads us into strange territories, closer to free jazz than to folk-rock. Tim himself uses his extraordinary voice as an instrument.
This is the tracklist:

1) I Woke Up
2) Come Here Woman
3) Blue Melody
4) Moulin Rouge
5) Venice Beach
6) Jungle Fire

The songs are played with no interruptions, as one long suite.
I have converted this 27 minutes video into a 160 Mb DivX file, and splitted it in two parts with WinRAR.
Unzip this archive to know how to download it.

Tim Buckley live at Boboquivari (1970)


See you



Anonymous Anonymous said...

pur non essendo fra gli artisti preferiti sempre meglio di una pallosa tv dovrebbe essere...ciao

1/14/2007 11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ti ringrazio mille. Fucking awesome. I've been looking for this (but not known the name to look for) for 15 years since I heard rumours of its existence. Wonderful to hear live performances of material from his very greatest album (and probably the greatest album I know, full stop). Presumably that's Buzz Thingummy on trumpet, his work on the LP is so beautiful it's the icing on the cake to hear him him. Only a shame that Starsailor itself couldn't be done live! I can't thank you enough. Ciao ragazzo.

1/17/2007 6:14 PM  
Anonymous Andrew K said...

Thanks a lot for posting this. An incredible record. Out on the limits somewhere...

1/17/2007 7:26 PM  
Blogger Sartana said...

Hello, Friend! Do you know if there is any video of The Keef Hartley Band? Many thanks!

1/17/2007 9:10 PM  
Blogger Mirco said...

Hi, thank you all, the quality of this video isn't great but it's precious document indeed.
I know Keef Hartley played at the Beat Club in June '69, so maybe someone has the clip, though I haven't seen it yet.

1/18/2007 1:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The file is empty!?
Oh please ....


1/20/2007 9:49 PM  
Blogger Mirco said...

It's not empty, unzip it and read it!

1/20/2007 11:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you!!!
Just now downloading in joyful anticipation ...
: )

1/20/2007 11:41 PM  
Blogger flop said...

wow this is an incrediible post. i didn't think there was any footage of starsailor TB. Starsailor is one of my favourite TB lps yes it's really out there......

Thanks again

1/21/2007 9:27 PM  
Anonymous qing said...

Thank youuuuuu! That was a real treat :)

1/29/2007 9:20 AM  
Anonymous realdinho said...

i never thought i would see something like this...UNBELIEVABLE!
Mirco i don't know when i'll be in Italy again, but it'll be great to meet up!
thanks so so much for this,once again you're doing a fantastic job!

2/01/2007 12:46 AM  
Blogger Mirco said...

Thank you Aldo and everybody else. Nice to see that Tim and Starsailor are still loved by many people.

2/01/2007 3:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

visito ora per la prima volta questo incredibile blog/archivio...

purtroppo non riesco ad estrarre il file del mito tim, mi dice che la password non è corretta (

che fare?
ti ringrazio in anticipo


2/05/2007 9:05 PM  
Blogger Mirco said...

Non so che dirti, altri lo hanno scaricato ed estratto senza problemi...

2/05/2007 9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ops pardon...
è perchè avevo scaricato solo la prima parte.


2/06/2007 11:56 AM  
Blogger Denis said...

Querido Mirco...
Estive dois meses por terras distantes e quando chego aqui dou de cara com um post primoroso. Parabéns! 'Tim' é tudo!!! Aí descubro que você criou outro blog (sem entender bem!!!) Boa sorte! E pra acabar comigo, 'John Martyn', que ouvi muito nestas férias. Valeu!!
Força sempre!
Com carinho,

Denis - 'Brasis'

2/13/2007 11:38 AM  
Anonymous Shardovan said...

WOW thank you!

I had an audio bootleg of this, but I didn't know the video existed too...

3/10/2007 2:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice, but there is NO such word as 'splitted'. It is the word 'split', used as verb or past tense or whatever (use the word 'divided' if your grammar is that poor!). 'Splitted' is not an actual word and looks faintly obscene anyway. It you cut a log in two, it's not 'splitted', but it has been split in two. "Splitted', 'broadcasted' weird. The internet must be loaded with illiterates.

7/08/2010 10:30 PM  
Blogger Mirco said...

I'm Italian, try to speak my language and then we'll see who's the illiterate.
Fuck you! (is it correct?)

7/09/2010 12:31 AM  

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