By Leah Greenblatt
Updated August 25, 2009 at 09:48 PM EDT

Last month, we brought you an exclusive stream from ’60s folk hero (and of course, father of Jeff) Tim Buckley‘s never-before-released performance album, Live at the Folklore Center, NYC – March 6, 1967. Now, we’ve got the whole thing streaming only here on the Music Mix (you can, of course, also buy it in stores starting today).

Below, listen to the uninterrupted 16-song set originally performed for a mere handful of onlookers over forty years ago, at the famed downtown venue in lower Manhattan, years before Buckley’s legend was cemented:

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