Jeff Buckley

Jeff Buckley collectibles, box sets and rarities. No alternative vinyl collection is complete without these hard-to-find releases from one of the greatest singers of all time

Grace (Vinyl)

Jeff Buckley Grace (Vinyl)

$32.95

Grace (Vinyl)

by Jeff Buckley
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Grace is the only complete studio album by Jeff Buckley, released in 1994. Jeff Buckley was many things, but humble wasn't one of them. Grace is an audacious debut album, filled with sweeping choruses, bombastic arrangements, searching lyrics, and above all, the richly textured voice of Buckley himself, which resembled a cross between Robert Plant, Van Morrison, and his father Tim. Grace sounds like a Led Zeppelin album written by an ambitious folkie with a fondness for lounge jazz. At his best - the soaring title track “Grace,” as well as other highlights, including the tracks “Last Goodbye,” and the mournful “Lover, You Should've Come Over”.

TRACKLISTING

Mojo Pin
Grace
Last Goodbye
Lilac Wine
So Real
Hallelujah
Lover, You Should've Come Over
Corpus Christi Carol
Eternal Life
Dream Brother

Mystery White Boy (Vinyl) (2LP)

Mystery White Boy (Vinyl) (2LP)

by Jeff Buckley
$49.99
Double 180 gram vinyl

Mystery White Boy is a posthumous 2000 live collection comprised of material culled from Jeff Buckley's 1995-1996 world tours in support of his lone masterpiece Grace. The majestic set captures an intensity that transcends Buckley's studio work and his backing band (Michael Tighe on guitar, Mick Grondahl on bass, and Matt Johnson on drums) proves to be the ideal complement to the passionate singer/songwriter's commanding vocals on such standouts as the rocking opener "Dream Brothers," the compelling "What Will You Say," a cabaret-esque version of "Lilac Wine" and a heavy psychedelic leaning take of "Last Goodbye." Mystery White Boy captures a one of a kind performer in his purest form, live!

TRACKLISTING

LP1

SIDE A

Dream Brother

Woke Up in a Strange Place

Mojo Pin

Side B

Lilac Wine

What Will You Say

Last Goodbye

LP2

Side C

Eternal Life

Grace

Moodswing Whiskey

The Man That Got Away

Side D

Kanga Roo

Hallelujah/I Know It's Over (Medley)

Sketches For Me Sweetheart The Drunk (Vinyl) (3LP)

Triple 180 gram vinyl

Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk
, released 20 years ago, is a posthumous 1998 release of the material Jeff Buckley was working on before his tragic death in 1997, assembled by his friends, colleagues and family. Offering an in-depth, moving insight into the gifted singer/songwriter's unfinished follow-up to his lone masterpiece Grace, it's comprised of the studio sessions for what would have been Buckley's second album produced by Tom Verlaine (Television) and 4-track home recordings of works-in-progress. "Everybody Here Wants You" was issued as Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk's only single.

TRACKLISTING

LP1

SIDE A

1. Sky Is a Landfill

2. Everybody Here Wants You

3. Opened Once

4. Nightmares by the Sea’

SIDE B

1. Yard of Blonde Girls

2. Witches' Rave

3. New Year's Prayer

LP2

SIDE C

1. Morning Theft

2. Vancouver

3. You and I

SIDE D

1. Nightmares by the Sea

2. New Year's Prayer

3. Haven't You Heard

4. I Know We Could Be So Happy Baby (If We Wanted to Be)

You and I (Vinyl)

Jeff Buckley You and I (Vinyl)

$42.95

You and I (Vinyl)

by Jeff Buckley
$42.95

Recently discovered in the Sony Music archives during the research for the 20th anniversary edition of Buckley's GRACE album, the performances on YOU AND I are a revelation, an intimate portrait of the artist performing a variety of cover songs and original music expressing a range of emotion channeled through his singular sensibility. The songs on YOU AND I reveal, in part, the eclectic scope of Jeff Buckley's extraordinary musical tastes and talent. The covers on the album include Jeff's highly personal interpretations of songs written by Bob Dylan (‘Just Like a Woman’); Sylvester Stewart (‘Everyday People’ recorded by Sly & the Family Stone); Joe Green (‘Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin', recorded by Louis Jordan, Ray Charles and others); Bob Telson (‘Calling You’, recorded by Jevetta Steele for the 1987 film Bagdad Café); Morrissey and Johnny Marr (‘The Boy with the Thorn in His Side’ and ‘I Know It's Over’, recorded by The Smiths); Booker T. Washington "Bukka" White (‘Poor Boy Long Way from Home’, from a 1939 "field" recording made by John Lomax) and John Paul Jones/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant (‘Night Flight’, recorded by Led Zeppelin).

TRACKLISTING

Side A
Just Like a Woman
Everyday People
Don't Let the Sun Catch You Cryin

Side B
Grace
Calling You
Dream of You and I

Side A
The Boy with the Thorn In His Side
Poor Boy Long Way from Home

Side B
Night Flight
I Know It's Over