Look At The Fool, the ninth and final studio album to be released by Tim Buckley in his lifetime (the album was released in November 1974, and Buckley was to die from a drug overdose on 29th June 1975, aged only 28), is seen by some as the last in a trio of ‘sex-funk’ releases. He’d begun this trilogy with Greetings From LA in 1972. He followed Greetings with Sefronia, and the last album in his deal with DiscReet, the label owned by his manager, Herb Cohen, was this – Look At The Fool.
LP - 400 copies on 180-gram black vinyl.
LP+ - Limited edition of 300 copies on Blue colored vinyl.
CD - Digipack. The album has been re-mastered from the original tapes by Dave Schultz in 2017, and the booklet features the lyrics and new annotation.
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