Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Jeff Buckley-Live From The Knitting Factory

Jeff Buckley died 10 years ago today, leaving behind a body of work much too small for his enormous talent. He also left music that people are still discovering today, and musicians are still going to to draw inspiration. Countless musicians have written tribute songs, named him as an influence, and tried (but never succeeded) to duplicate his unique style of music. The following concert was performed about 3 months before his death, and is quite honestly the best show of any musician I have ever listened to. Some of the songs were never released during his lifetime (although they were posthumously), but he sings them with such great passion and precision you would think he'd been singing them for years. Take some time out of your day to listen to and remember the beauty that was Jeff Buckley.

Jeff Buckley
The Knitting Factory

Click on a song to listen, or right click and select "save link as" to download.

  1. Lover, You Should've Come Over
  2. Jewel Box
  3. Morning Theft
  4. Grace [w/ Gary Lucas]
  5. The Sky Is A Landfill
  6. Everybody Here Wants You
  7. The Yard Of Blond Girls
To download show in full (one file)---Click Here

To buy any of Jeff Buckley's CD's--Click Here

Jeff Buckley.com

Jeff Buckley on Myspace

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