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Film and Television

Television - KCET: Boboquivari

A showcase for folk, rock, jazz and blues artists. `Boboquivari' is a Hopi indian word loosely translated as `joining together,' presumably in this case, artists and audiences.

Produced by PBS station KCET in Los Angeles, among the other performers showcased on this series were Lightnin' Hopkins, Odetta, Kris Kristofferson and Ramblin' Jack Elliott.

In the Spring of 1970, Tim and 'The Starsailor Band' - Lee Underwood, drummer Maury Baker, bass player John Balkin and horn player Buzz Gardner - entered the KCET studio and played six tracks - I Woke Up, Come Here Woman, (Music Boats By The Bay) and Jungle Fire - almost non-stop before a live audience.

Source: KCET

Blue Melody
Venice Beach

'Blue Melody' and 'Venice Beach' can both be seen on
MVDvisual's 2007 DVD 'Tim Buckley - My Fleeting House.'


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