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Jeff Buckley Grace'
GraceRanked 303/500 on Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Jeff Buckley's Grace is a masterpiece. The critically acclaimed breakthrough is filled with sweeping choruses, bombastic arrangements, searching lyrics, and above all, the richly textured voice of Buckley himself.
Recorded in the fall of 1993 at Bearsville Recording Studio in Woodstock, NY, Grace features 10 tracks highlighting Buckley's incredible stylistic range. The late singer/songwriter/guitarist and company create a unique blend of sound and vision with emotion-drenched vocals laced throughout extraordinary instrumental work. The record features seven originals, one cover performed with his band and two covers done solo. Highlights include the unforgettable Last Goodbye and Buckleys immaculate cover of Leonard Cohens Hallelujah.
High quality 180g Audiophile Vinyl
Replication of Original Artwork1. Mojo Pin
3. Last Goodbye
4. Lilac Wine
5. So Real
7. Lover, You Should've Come Over
8. Corpus Christi Carol
9. Eternal Life
10. Dream Brother$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Grace EP's (Box Set)180 Gram 5 LP Box Set
Includes a Full Color Jacket, A Double Sided Full Color Insert and a 12mm Spined Outer Sleeve.
Music On Vinyl is proudly re-releasing The Jeff Buckley Grace EPs on vinyl. This unique package contains 5 180g 12 vinyl records each in their own full colour jacket, a double sided full colour insert and a 12mm spined outer sleeve.
In the space of one studio album, and a number of recorded live performances, Jeff Buckley managed to carve out a global cult following. With so little studio output available, fans of Jeff Buckley have inevitably been drawn back time and time again to the masterpiece that is Grace, becoming familiar with every detail of every song.
The five discs that make up The Grace EPs are a collection of live performances and a few studio versions from songs that appeared on Buckley's seminal debut album. A few b-sides are also included. Indeed two of these (Peyote Radio Theatre and So Real) were promotional-only releases that weren't commercially available. The others were rare imports: Last Goodbye came out in Japan, Live From the Bataclan in France, and The Grace EP in Australia.
Jeff Buckley toured the globe extensively, performing countless shows in support of his music.
The Grace EPs capture some of the majesty of his stage presence. So what of the music contained here? First of all this is no skimpy collection - adding up to more than two hours even though there are just three to five songs on each disc. The perfect supplement to the Grace album, it contains live versions (sometimes more than one) of five songs from that record, as well as a few edit versions, a Nag Champa Mix of Dream Brother, and a 13- minute live 'Chocolate Version' of Mojo Pin.
Perhaps more interesting to collectors will be a few cover tunes not on Grace: a whopping 12-minute version of Van Morrison's The Way Young Lovers Do, a medley of Je N'En Connais Pas la Fin/Hymne A l'Amour, Hank Williams's Lost Highway, and a 14-minute take on Alex Chilton's Kanga-Roo. And there is, finally, a bonus track added to the The Grace EP (the only song in the package not on the original EPs), Tongue, a spooky ambient 11-minute studio instrumental.
If you're a devoted Buckley-phile, this set is for you. It's beautifully put together, with crisp sound quality in the live performances, and captures Buckley's tremendous flair for stage improvisation.1) Mojo Pin
2) Dream Brother (Nag Champa Mix)
4) So Real
6) Dream Brother
7) Dream Brother (Live)
8) The Way Young Lovers Do (Live)
9) Medley: Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin (Live) / Hymne A L'amour
10) Hallelujah (Live)
12) Grace (Live)
13) Mojo Pin (Live)
14) Hallelujah (Live)
16) Last Goodbye (Edit)
17) Mojo Pin (Live At Wetlands)
19) Lost Highway$99.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 5 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Mystery White Boy (Pre-Order)Mystery White Boy, culled from Jeff Buckley's eight-month world tour of the same name, is not just another live album blighted by whoops and catcalls. Such was the reverence granted the ill-starred singer-songwriter's electrifying confessionals that hardly a whimper issues from the audience in 78 minutes--not, at least, until each gargantuan heart-and-soul epic ends. Buckley treated music like it was Shakespearean tragedy, and that grandiosity makes the live Grace and Mojo Pin at least the equal of their recorded counterparts. The gems, though, are the cover versions found here--especially a closing nine-minute rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah that lurches into a whispered chorus of the Smiths' I Know It's Over. Ultimately, this posthumous collection is utterly captivating. --Louis PattisonLP 1
1. Dream Brother (Live at Club Logo)
2. I Woke Up in a Strange Place (Live)
3. Mojo Pin (Live)
4. Lilac Wine (Live at Palais Theatre)
5. What Will You Say (Live at Theatre de Fourviere)
6. Last Goodbye (Live)
1. Eternal Life (Live)
2. Grace (Live)
3. Moodswing Whiskey (Live at Palais Theatre)
4. The Man That Got Away (Live)
5. Kanga Roo (Live)
6. Hallelujah/I Know It's Over (Medley); Hallelujah\ I Know It's Over (Live)$24.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
You & IJeff Buckley's first recording sessions in 1993 in NYC were largely an informal exercise to acclimate the 27-year-old with a recording studio. 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.
These intimate, raw and spirited sessions mark Buckley's first time recording versions of electric cover songs such as Bob Dylan's "Just Like A Woman," Sly & The Family Stone's "Everyday People," and Led Zeppelin's "Night Flight" and a previously unissued track, "Dream of You And I."
Long rumored to exist, as the "Addabbo sessions", but previously unheard outside the studio, these seminal recordings are a fan's Holy Grail, a rare opportunity to hear Jeff Buckley in peak form, developing his artistry through a series of spellbinding solo performances, each one captured in pristine sonic detail.
Any time I take a cover and wear it on my sleeve, it's because it had something to do with my life and still marks a time in my life when I needed that song more than anything ever. -- Jeff Buckley, 19941. Just Like A Woman (Bob Dylan cover)
2. Everyday People (Sly & The Family Stone cover)
3. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' (First recorded by Louis Jordan)
4. Grace (original)
5. Calling You (Jevetta Steele cover)
6. Dream Of You And I (original)
7. The Boy With The Thorn In His Side (The Smiths cover)
8. Poor Boy Long Way From Home (traditional blues song, Bukka White cover)
9. Night Flight (Led Zeppelin cover)
10. I Know It's Over (The Smiths cover)$35.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk (Pre-Order)Perhaps the most talented son act in pop music, Jeff Buckley combined the often harrowing eclecticism of estranged papa Tim Buckley with the rock acrobatics of Robert Plant. This posthumously released collection of four-track demos and sessions helmed by Tom Verlaine indicates that Buckley's astonishing full-length debut, Grace, was no fluke. The young singer-songwriter puts his falsetto to good use on an extraordinary collection of original material, from the soulful Everybody Here Wants You to the psychedelic Murder Suicide Meteor Slave. And while his bluesy take on Porter Wagoner's Satisfied Mind may not be as revelatory as his earlier version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, this album offers ample proof that Buckley was among his generation's most gifted voices. --Bill FormanLP 1
1. The Sky Is A Landfill
2. Everybody Here Wants You
3. Opened Once
4. Nightmares By The Sea
5. Yard Of Blonde Girls
6. Witches' Rave
7. New Year's Prayer
1. Morning Theft
3. You & I
4. Nightmares By The Sea
5. New Year's Prayer
6. Haven't You Heard
7. I Know We Could Be So Happy Baby (If We Wanted To Be)
1. Murder Suicide Meteor Slave
2. Back In N.Y.C.
3. Gunshot Glitter
4. Demon John
5. Your Flesh Is So Nice
6. Jewel Box
7. Satisfied Mind$27.99Vinyl LP - 3 LPs Sealed PRE-ORDER Buy Now
10 Years Solo Live (Box Set) (Out Of Stock)Nonesuch Records releases Brad Mehldau's 10 Years Solo Live eight-LP vinyl box set October 16, 2015. The set is culled from 19 live recordings made over a decade of the pianist's European solo concerts and is divided into four thematic subsets of four sides each: Dark/Light, The Concert, Intermezzo/RÜckblick, and E Minor/E Major. 10 Years Solo Live will be released digitally and on CD the following month.
As Mehldau explains in his liner note for the album, Although it totals around 300 minutes, the order of songs is not arbitrary, and I have tried to tell a story from beginning to end in the way I've sequenced it. He continues, There is a theme and character given to each four-side set.
Of the Dark/Light theme, he says, In concerts, I find that I contrast dark and light emotional energies and highlight the way they depend on each other. Sides 1-4 focus on this dichotomy in pairs, beginning with the dark energy of Jeff Buckley's 'Dream Brother,' which is followed by the grace of Lennon/McCartney's 'Blackbird.' He further says, Although the songs on Sides 5-8 (The Concert) come from different concerts, on this set, I arranged them in a sequence similar to that I would perform in a single concert in 2010-11, he continues.
The third set could be thought of as Intermezzo and RÜckblick-like in character. I'm thinking of the penultimate movement of Brahms's Third Piano Sonata with that title. RÜckblick means a look backward, perhaps a reappraisal. Brahms's Intermezzo movement was a look back at what had taken place in his Sonata before moving to the final movement. Here, the listener is invited to look back to music that was recorded 10 or more years ago, in 2004 and 2005. Mehldau explains that his approach to the sequence of the fourth set is to focus on the rub between the keys of E minor and E major. I return to the theme of dark and light from the first set, now allowing the listener to focus on how 'dark' and 'light' might manifest in tonality.
Mehldau has performed around the world at a steady pace for 25 years, with his trio, with other collaborators, and as a solo pianist, building a large and loyal audience. It is actually strange, this whole business of performance. It is a direct, intense kind of empathy with a group of total strangers that lasts around 90 minutes. And then, it's over, and everyone goes home. I go back to a hotel room and go to bed, the pianist says in his10 Years Solo Livenote. Something happened, but what was most vital about it can't really be put in words. It is sweet, kind of bittersweet. In any case, it is not enough to say that the different audiences were important for the creation of this music. They were absolutely necessary; they were pivotal. Without those audiences, this music would not exist in the way it does.LP1
1. Dark / Light: Dream Brother (Jeff Buckley)
2. Dark / Light: Blackbird (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
3. Dark / Light: Jigsaw Falling into Place (Thom Yorke / Jonny Greenwood / Colin Greenwood / Phil Selway / Ed O'Brien)
4. Dark / Light: Meditate I - Lord Watch Over Me (Brad Mehldau)
1. Dark / Light: And I Love Her (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
2. Dark / Light: My Favorite Things (Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein II)
3. Dark/Light: This Here (Bobby Timmons)
1. The Concert: Smells Like Teen Spirit (Kurt Cobain)
2. The Concert: Waltz for J. B. (Brad Mehldau)
3. The Concert: Get Happy (Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler)
4. The Concert: I'm Old Fashioned (Jerome Kern / Johnny Mercer)
1. The Concert: Teardrop (Grantley Marshall / Andrew Lee Isaac Vowles / Robert Del Naja / Elizabeth Fraser )
2. The Concert: Meditation II - Love Meditation (Brad Mehldau)
3. The Concert: Holland (Brad Mehldau)
4. The Concert: Knives Out (Thom Yorke / Jonny Greenwood / Colin Greenwood / Phil Selway / Ed O'Brien)
1. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Lost Chords (Brad Mehldau)
2. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Countdown (John Coltrane)
3. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: On the Street Where You Live (Frederick Loewe / Alan Jay Lerner)
4. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Think of One (Thelonious Monk)
1. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Zingaro/Paris (Antônio Carlos Jobim / Brad Mehldau)
2. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: John Boy (Brad Mehldau)
3. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Intermezzo in B-flat major, Op. 76: No. 4 (Johannes Brahms)
4. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Junk (Paul McCartney)
5. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Los Angeles II (Brad Mehldau)
6. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Monk's Mood (Thelonious Monk)
7. Intermezzo / RÜckblick: Knives Out (Thom Yorke / Jonny Greenwood / Colin Greenwood / Phil Selway / Ed O'Brien)
1. E Minor / E Major: La MÉmoire et la Mer (Leo Ferre)
2. E Minor / E Major: Hey You (Roger Waters)
3. E Minor / E Major: Bittersweet Symphony / Waterloo Sunset (Richard Ashcroft / Keith Richards / Mick Jagger / Ray Davies)
4. E Minor / E Major: Intermezzo in E minor, Op. 119: No. 2 (Johannes Brahms)
1. E Minor / E Major: Interstate Love Song (Eric Kretz / Robert DeLeo / Scott Weiland / Dean DeLeo)
2. E Minor / E Major: God Only Knows (Brian Wilson / Tony Asher)$149.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 8 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock