Sing a Song for You: Tribute to Tim Buckley

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Sing a Song for You: Tribute to Tim Buckley
Compilation album by Various Artists
Released September 19, 2000
Recorded December 1999 - April 2000
Genre Folk, Rock
Length 83:31
Label Manifesto
Producer Evan Cohen
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Sing a Song for You: Tribute to Tim Buckley is a double CD studio album performed by various artists in tribute to 1960s musician Tim Buckley. The album is named after a Buckley song of the same name which is also the first track on the first disc. Tim Buckley died of an accidental overdose in 1975.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Tim Buckley except: by Tim Buckley and Larry Beckett

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Sing a Song for You" performed by Moose - 3:30
  2. "Morning Glory"† performed by Simon Raymonde, Anneli Drecker - 4:19
  3. "Dream Letter" performed by Brendan Perry - 4:20
  4. "Love from Room 109 at the Islander" performed by Mojave 3 - 4:30
  5. "Because of You"† performed by The Friendly Science Orchestra - 5:36
  6. "Cafe" performed by Mark Lanegan - 5:38
  7. "Buzzin' Fly" performed by Shelleyan Orphan - 5:39
  8. "I Woke Up"† performed by Mike Johnson - 3:06
  9. "Blue Melody" performed by Cousteau - 5:20

Disc2[edit]

  1. "I Must've Been Blind" performed by Heather Duby - 5:34
  2. "Sweet Surrender" performed by Dot Allison - 6:01
  3. "Pleasant Street" performed by Geneva - 9:15
  4. "Strange Feelin'" performed by Lilys - 3:27
  5. "Happy Time" performed by The Mad Scene - 3:54
  6. "Phantasmagoria in Two" performed by Neil Halstead - 4:37
  7. "Once I Was" performed by Tram - 3:56
  8. "Song to the Siren"† performed by The Czars - 7:50

Personnel[edit]

Performers[edit]

  • Mike Johnson - Vocals, Guitar
  • Ida Akesson - Piano, Hammond Organ
  • Dot Allison - keyboards, vocals, Producer, Engineer, Liner Notes
  • Paul Anderson - Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Arranger, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
  • Brent Arnold - Organ, Arranger, Electric Piano, Vibraphone
  • Nick Avery - percussion, drums
  • Robin Brown - Guitar
  • Cody Burns - Guitar
  • Douglas Caskie - Drums
  • Jen Charowhas - Violin
  • Michael Conroy - Bass Guitar, Guitar, Strings, Keyboards, Vocals, Vibraphone
  • Mick Conroy - Bass Guitar, Guitar, Strings, Keyboards, Vocals, Vibraphone
  • Cousteau - Performer, Producer, Liner Notes
  • Caroline Crawley - Vocals, Voices, Liner Notes
  • The Czars - Performer, Producer
  • Steven Dora - Guitar
  • Anneli Drecker - Performer
  • Heather Duby - Vocals, Producer
  • Stuart Evans - Guitar
  • Alan Forrester - Mellotron
  • The Friendly Science Orchestra - Performer
  • Geneva - Producer, Performer
  • Rachel Goswell - Bass Guitar
  • Keith Graham - Bass
  • John Grant - Piano, Vocals, Voices
  • Roger Green - Guitar
  • Gary Griffiths - Violin
  • Neil Halstead - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Voices, Producer, Mellotron
  • Paul Hammond - Organ, Guitar
  • Kurt Heasley - Vocals, Producer, Baritone Guitar
  • Mark Howell - Trumpet
  • Irving Joseph - Keyboards
  • Zeke Keeble - Drums
  • Hamish Kilgour - Guitar, Vocals
  • Mark Lanegan - Vocals
  • Lilys - Performer
  • Jeff Linsenmaier - Drums
  • Michael Littleton - Bass, Vocals, Megaphone
  • The Mad Scene - Performer
  • Ian Masters - Guitar, Vocals, Koto, Singer, Musical Saw, Classical Guitar, Liner Notes, Programmed Percussion
  • Adam McCollom - Bass
  • Ian McCutcheon - Percussion, Drums, Electric Guitar
  • Liam McKahey - Vocals
  • Andy Monley - Guitar
  • Andrew Montgomery - Vocals
  • Davey Ray Moor - Piano
  • Ian Painter - Bass
  • John Parish - Slide Guitar
  • Joe Peet - Bass
  • Brendan Perry - Keyboards, Vocals, Voices, Producer
  • Simon Raymonde - Guitar, Piano, Arranger, backing vocals, Producer, Liner Notes, Mixing
  • David Rothon - Pedal Steel Guitar
  • Simon Rowe - Electric Guitar
  • Michael Shilling - Drums
  • Lisa Siegel - Organ, Guitar, Vocals
  • Paul Sinclair - Hammond Organ
  • Jules Singleton - Violin
  • Lisa Sutton - Art Direction
  • Mitsuo Tate - Engineer
  • Mick Tedder - Bass Guitar, Guitar
  • Tram - Performer
  • Danny Tunick - Drums, Vocals, Vibraphone
  • Craig Vear - Percussion, Drums
  • Boris Williams - Drums
  • Russell Yates - Bass Guitar, Guitar, Strings, Keyboards, Vocals, Vibraphone

Album personnel[edit]

  • Paul Anderson - Liner Notes
  • Martin Bisi - Producer, Engineer
  • Mario Casilio - Producer
  • Evan Cohen - Executive Producer
  • Phil Ek - Producer
  • Robin Evans - Producer, Mixing
  • Giles Hall - Programming, Producer
  • Tim Holmes - Engineer, Mixing
  • Jem - String Arrangements
  • Gareth Parton - Producer
  • Tristan Powell - Producer
  • Dave Schultz - Mastering
  • Kevin Suggs - Producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Tim Buckley - Biography". Retrieved 2008-05-09. 

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