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.
The live footage is thrilling, charged — especially the Starsailor stuff.
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.
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.
Mono and stereo — with six from just before (the unreleased, jazzy My Love, a stripped-down She Is) and twelve with his still-earlier band The Bohemians. Sex, romance, mysticism… soul power. Exquisitely packaged.