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Mystery White Boy - Live '95~'96

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Editors’ Notes

Jeff Buckley's posthumous live recording culled from shows on two post-Grace world tours not only shows how he transformed his and others' tunes into something transcendent onstage, it offers tantalizing hints of what might have been. Buckley follows his muse through extended versions of Grace tracks like the moody, mysterious "Dream Brother"; he also covers (or more accurately, transforms) everything from Big Star's "Kanga Roo" to The Smiths' "I Know It's Over" and delivers tantalizing, otherwise unrecorded original tunes like the rough-hewn "I Woke Up in a Strange Place" and the Eastern-tinged "What Will You Say."

Customer Reviews

Nothing more to say...

This is one of the albums to have on hand when the sky's are stormy and filled with electricity. It's like having Jeff in the room with you.

A hauntingly beautiful album

It is impossible to convey in words the haunting beauty of this album. My life wouldn't be the same without it.

amazing...I like both live albums (this one and Live @ Sin-E) the best.

Translation:he was an amazing live performer. Alas, one I never got to experience...


Born: November 17, 1966 in Anaheim, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Since he was the son of cult songwriter Tim Buckley, Jeff Buckley faced more expectations and pre-conceived notions than most singer/songwriters. Perhaps it wasn't surprising that Jeff Buckley's music was related to his father's by only the thinnest of margins. Buckley's voice was grand and sweeping, which fit with the mock-operatic grandeur of his Van Morrison-meets-Led Zeppelin music. His audacious debut Grace made him one of the most popular alternative artists of the '90s, accentuated by his...
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