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Lost Jeff Buckley Recordings To See The Light Of Day In 2016 Album Release


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The first recording sessions performed by the late Jeff Buckley for his record label Columbia have been uncovered, and are set to be released as an album early next year.

You And I will be released on March 11th, 2016, and features two original songs – one of which, ‘A Dream of You and I’, has never been heard – alongside eight cover versions of tracks ranging from bluesmen to The Smiths and Sly & The Family Stone.

Buckley died in 1997 at the age of 30 when he got into difficulties swimming in a channel of the Mississippi River. He only released one album, 1994’s seminal Grace, and three EPs during his lifetime, but his work has remained popular in the two decades since, with his cover of ‘Hallelujah’ enjoying widespread rediscovery and commercial success in 2007.

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'Music Is Endless': The Haunting Words Of Jeff Buckley


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Experience a glimpse into the mind of the untimely deceased music genius Jeff Buckley, in a rare piece of interview footage in which he opens up about his influences, his first forays into music and the making of his first (and last) album 'Grace' which was released in 1994.

Jeff BuckleyRemembering music devotee Jeff Buckley...

On a Spring evening in Memphis in 1998, one of the most gifted singer-songwriters to ever have lived swam out into the Wolf River Harbor and never returned. It was both remarkably sad and shocking in equal measure to see Jeff Buckley fade from the music industry just as quickly as he had arrived. To hear him verbalise his thoughts in this world is somewhat eerie, but there's no doubt the resurfacing of this rare piece of interview footage will be treasured by many.

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Penn Badgley Stars In ‘Greetings From Tim Buckley’ Trailer


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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."


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Jeff Buckley

Date of birth

17th November, 1966

Date of death

29th May, 1997

Occupation

Musician

Sex

Male

Height

1.71




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