SONG OF THE DAY Tim Buckley – Chase the Blues Away

Led by a dark, almost foreboding, jazz-inspired melody, Chase the Blues Away is one of Tim Buckley’s most inspiring and mysterious creations of the 1969 period.  The loose, stripped-back structure of this song has an intoxicating feel and this is only heightened by the sensual lyrics.

The song appears on Tim Buckley’s 1969 album, Blue Afternoon which was his fourth album and the first record self-produced record debut for Herb Cohen and Frank Zappa’s Straight record label.  Check it out above.

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