Honeyman: Live 1973

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Honeyman: Live 1973
Live album by Tim Buckley
Released November 1st, 1995
Recorded New York, November 27th, 1973
Genre Experimental rock, Funk, Soul
Length 58:50
Label Edsel/Manifesto
Producer Bill Inglot
Tim Buckley chronology
Live at the Troubadour 1969
(1994)
Honeyman:Live 1973
(1995)
Thin Wires In The Voice
(1999)
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Honeyman: Live 1973 is a live album by Tim Buckley. The album was recorded as a live radio broadcast for radio station WLIR in New York, USA on November 27, 1973.

The concert features songs from Buckley's seventh studio album Greetings from L.A. and his 1973 studio album Sefronia. Also featured are the songs Pleasant Street from Goodbye and Hello and Buzzin' Fly from the album Happy Sad. This live album is an example of his transformation from a late 60's folk rock poster boy to a sexualized funk and soul musician.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Tim Buckley unless stated otherwise (** by Tim Buckley and Larry Beckett)

  1. "Dolphins" (Fred Neil)
  2. "Buzzin' Fly"
  3. "Get On Top" **
  4. "Devil Eyes" **
  5. "Pleasant Street"
  6. "Sally Go 'Round the Roses" (The Jaynetts)
  7. "Stone In Love"
  8. "Honey Man" **
  9. "Sweet Surrender" **

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