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Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah [Live]


Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over [Live]


'Hallelujah', originally by Leonard Cohen, was covered by Jeff Buckley in 1994 for his album 'Grace'. It was released as a single in 2007.

Jeff Buckley - Vancouver


'So Real' was released in 1995, following Jeff Buckley's 1994 album 'Grace'. The song appeared on the album as the third track.

Jeff Buckley - Grace


'Vancouver' was released as part of the incomplete album, 'Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk' almost a year after Jeff Buckley's death.

Jeff Buckley - What Will You Say


'What Will You Say' is a song from Jeff Buckley, best known for its live performance as a duet with Alim Qasimov.

Jeff Buckley - Lilac Wine


'Lilac Wine' is a Jeff Buckley cover, originally written by James Shelton in 1950. It appeared as the 4th track on Buckley's album, 'Grace'.

Jeff Buckley - Eternal Life


'Dream Brother' serves as the 10th and final track on Jeff Buckley's only full album, 'Grace'. It was performed live in Chicago, 1995.

Jeff Buckley - So Real


'Lover, You Should've Come Over' is the 7th track on Jeff Buckley's only completed studio album, 'Grace' from 1994.

Jeff Buckley - Dream Brother


'Dream Brother' serves as the 10th and final track on Jeff Buckley's only full album, 'Grace'. It was performed live in Chicago, 1995.

Jeff Buckley - Kanga Roo


During his live show in Chicago's Cabaret Metro, Jeff Buckley performed his song, Kanga Roo. The show was in 1995.

Jeff Buckley - Kick out the Jams


Here is the live performance of Jeff Buckley's 'Kick Out The Jams' from his concert at Cabaret Metro in Chicago, 1995.

Jeff Buckley - Mojo Pin


'Mojo Pin' is the first track from Jeff Buckley's album, 'Grace'. Here, it is shown live at Metro, Chicago, in 1995.

Penn Badgley Stars In ‘Greetings From Tim Buckley’ Trailer


Penn Badgley Jeff Buckley

The Greetings From Tim Buckley trailer has been released, which has spurred a flurry of chat surrounding the upcoming indie flick, which depicts the life of the lost musicians Jeff and Tim Buckley. A trailer’s all well and good, but is the film any good?

The film received a generally positive buzz from festival screenings, but buzz won’t implore people to go and watch a film. Unfortunately, the reviews aren’t rolling in just yet, but the ever reliable people at The Hollywood Reporter have sunken their reviewing teeth into the film, and think it’s pretty good, particularly commenting on the mood set: “Andrij Parekh’s lighting and the edgy, expressive hand-held camera give a New York moodiness to the film,” notes the review, which does move towards a slight criticism. “One frustrating thing is the absence of Jeff’s music in the film – only heard in a few tantalizing riffs with his future songwriter Gary Lucas (Frank Wood).”

On taking on such the important and enigmatic role of Jeff Buckley, Penn Badgley was honest about his feelings. "It was daunting," he told THR about taking on the role, during an interview in Toronto. "I was nervous as hell and I knew nobody thought I could do it. There are parts of Jeff I can’t emulate at all and wouldn’t want to try."


Jeff Buckley - So Real (MTV's 120 Minutes)


Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye (Edit)


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