History Music / JeffBuckley

29th Jul '16 10:46:54 AM gewunomox
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* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Jeff's cover of "Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin", originally written by EdithPiaf.

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* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Jeff's cover of "Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin", originally written by EdithPiaf.Music/EdithPiaf.
29th Jun '16 7:02:48 AM onionmaster
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* NamesTheSame: "Dream Of You And I" and "You And I" are different songs.

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* NamesTheSame: Jeff wrote two different songs named "You And I". The first of the two, from 1993 was renamed to "Dream Of You And I" and included on the album "You And I" are different songs.(which gave the compilation its title). The second from 1997, "You And I" was on "Sketches From My Sweetheart The Drunk". "Dream Of You And I" is a short mid-tempo acoustic song in which Jeff describes a dream he had. "You And I" is an extremely slow, minimalist song with strings.


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* RegionalBonus: The European and Australian editions of "Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk" include "Gunshot Glitter" as a bonus track. The Japanese version has this as well as "Thousand Fold" (which was released in Europe as the B-Side to Everybody Here Wants You).
** The Australian edition of "Mystery White Boy" has a bonus disc of live versions of "That's All I Ask", "Grace" and "So Real".
** The European version of Grace (Legacy Edition) includes Strawberry Street as an unlisted bonus track.
** The US vinyl release of Grace from 2008 includes a bonus 7" of "Forget Her" and "Strawberry Street", which was not included on European Versions.
29th Jun '16 6:41:17 AM onionmaster
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* CoverAlbum: You And I is one, minus a version of "Grace" and an unreleased song "Dream Of You And I".


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* GreatestHitsAlbum: So Real - Songs From Jeff Buckley, which was released to capitalise on the popularity of Hallelujah. It has two tracks of interest to fans, a previously unreleased live rendition of The Smiths' I Know It's Over plus a previously promo-only acoustic version of So Real. Despite this, it's largely regarded as a pointless release due to it only collecting from two proper albums and some live material.


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* NamesTheSame: "Dream Of You And I" and "You And I" are different songs.
29th Jun '16 6:08:43 AM onionmaster
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: There are a fair number of unreleased, but leaked, Jeff Buckley tracks. Of note is the track "All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun" featuring Elisabeth Fraser. Whilst this song is extremely well regarded amongst fans, Fraser has consistently vetoed its official release due to regarding it as unfinished. There are indications that she's warming up to the idea.


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* RearrangeTheSong: Numerous examples:
** Eternal Life was recorded as the Road Version, which was more hard-rocking and released as a single.
** The version of "I Know We Could Be So Happy (If We Wanted To Be)" on Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk is a reworked, four track version of a song he recorded with a full band a year earlier (which leaked). It was chosen over the full band version despite its rawness because it was the last version he recorded, and thus reflected the version he would have recorded had he decided to include it on the final album.
28th Feb '16 9:11:44 PM Mdumas43073
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Despite passing away at only 30, '''Jeff Buckley''' (19661997) is fondly remembered as an inspired guitarist and singer/songwriter of the 1990s. The son of Creator/TimBuckley, his first public exposure was in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, singing and playing guitar with the loosely knit supergroup Gods and Monsters. After that he worked in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, singing mostly cover songs until he garnered the interest of Creator/ColumbiaRecords and created his first and only studio album, ''Music/{{Grace}},'' in 1994. Working on that album was RecordProducer Andy Wallace, who previously made a name for himself mixing Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}.''

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Despite passing away at only 30, '''Jeff Buckley''' (19661997) is fondly remembered as an inspired guitarist and singer/songwriter of the 1990s. The son of Creator/TimBuckley, Music/TimBuckley, his first public exposure was in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, singing and playing guitar with the loosely knit supergroup Gods and Monsters. After that he worked in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, singing mostly cover songs until he garnered the interest of Creator/ColumbiaRecords and created his first and only studio album, ''Music/{{Grace}},'' in 1994. Working on that album was RecordProducer Andy Wallace, who previously made a name for himself mixing Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}.''
28th Feb '16 9:10:46 PM Mdumas43073
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Despite passing away at only 30, '''Jeff Buckley''' (19661997) is fondly remembered as an inspired guitarist and singer/songwriter of the 1990s. His first public exposure was in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, singing and playing guitar with the loosely knit supergroup Gods and Monsters. After that he worked in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, singing mostly cover songs until he garnered the interest of Creator/ColumbiaRecords and created his first and only studio album, ''Music/{{Grace}},'' in 1994. Working on that album was RecordProducer Andy Wallace, who previously made a name for himself mixing Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}.''

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Despite passing away at only 30, '''Jeff Buckley''' (19661997) is fondly remembered as an inspired guitarist and singer/songwriter of the 1990s. His The son of Creator/TimBuckley, his first public exposure was in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, singing and playing guitar with the loosely knit supergroup Gods and Monsters. After that he worked in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, singing mostly cover songs until he garnered the interest of Creator/ColumbiaRecords and created his first and only studio album, ''Music/{{Grace}},'' in 1994. Working on that album was RecordProducer Andy Wallace, who previously made a name for himself mixing Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}.''



Two movies based on his life have been made: ''Greetings from Tim Buckley'', played there by Creator/PennBadgley, and "Mystery White Boy" (a nickname Jeff often went under whilst touring), played there by ReeveCarney.

His album Music/{{Grace}} (1994) now has its own page. His second, posthumous album, Music/SketchesForMySweetheartTheDrunk (1998) now has a page.

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Two movies based on his life have been made: ''Greetings from Tim Buckley'', played there by Creator/PennBadgley, and "Mystery ''Mystery White Boy" Boy'' (a nickname Jeff often went under whilst touring), played there by ReeveCarney.

His album Music/{{Grace}} (1994) now has its own page. His second, posthumous album, Music/SketchesForMySweetheartTheDrunk (1998) now has a page.
ReeveCarney.
28th Feb '16 9:08:05 PM Mdumas43073
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Despite passing away at only 30, Jeff Buckley is fondly remembered as an inspired guitarist and singer/songwriter of the 1990s. His first public exposure was in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, singing and playing guitar with the loosely knit supergroup Gods and Monsters. After that he worked in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, singing mostly cover songs until he garnered the interest of Creator/ColumbiaRecords and created his first and only studio album, ''Music/{{Grace}},'' in 1994. Working on that album was RecordProducer Andy Wallace, who previously made a name for himself mixing Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}.''

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Despite passing away at only 30, Jeff Buckley '''Jeff Buckley''' (19661997) is fondly remembered as an inspired guitarist and singer/songwriter of the 1990s. His first public exposure was in UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, singing and playing guitar with the loosely knit supergroup Gods and Monsters. After that he worked in UsefulNotes/LosAngeles, singing mostly cover songs until he garnered the interest of Creator/ColumbiaRecords and created his first and only studio album, ''Music/{{Grace}},'' in 1994. Working on that album was RecordProducer Andy Wallace, who previously made a name for himself mixing Music/{{Nirvana}}'s ''Music/{{Nevermind}}.''
24th Nov '15 8:42:07 PM pepsimax
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There's also a movie based off of his life in the works right now, with ReeveCarney playing Jeff. It has a tentative title of "Mystery White Boy", a nickname Jeff often went under whilst touring.

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There's also a movie Two movies based off of on his life in the works right now, with ReeveCarney playing Jeff. It has a tentative title of have been made: ''Greetings from Tim Buckley'', played there by Creator/PennBadgley, and "Mystery White Boy", a Boy" (a nickname Jeff often went under whilst touring.
touring), played there by ReeveCarney.
15th Aug '15 5:43:50 AM Tazmily
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** He also stretched out "The Way Young Lovers Do" by Music/{{Van Morrison}}to 12 minutes in concert.

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** He also stretched out "The Way Young Lovers Do" by Music/{{Van Morrison}}to Morrison}} to 12 minutes in concert.
15th Aug '15 5:43:02 AM Tazmily
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** He also stretched out "The Way Young Lovers Do" by Music/Van Morrison to 12 minutes in concert.

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** He also stretched out "The Way Young Lovers Do" by Music/Van Morrison to Music/{{Van Morrison}}to 12 minutes in concert.
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