Jeff Buckley - Live in Chicago includes songs from Grace, classic cover tunes (from sources ranging from Nina Simone to the MC5!), a previously unavailable Buckley composition ("What Will You Say"), a previously unreleased instrumental version of "Vancouver," and between-the-songs on-stage banter. In addition to the full-length Chicago concert, the DVD edition of Live In Chicago features two extremely rare in-the-studio acoustic songs: "So Real" and "Last Goodbye" as well as the Electronic Press Kit (EPK) for Grace (which has been previously unavailable commercially), interactive menus, instant chapter access to songs and a discography of Jeff's Columbia Records releases.
Jeff Buckley's soaring falsetto was a beautiful freak, and force, of nature, its legacy still echoing in singers from Thom Yorke to Antony. Approximating the track list from his LP Grace, it's as thrilling as the original, with devastating performances from 1994 and 1995 that stretch nearly every phrase into cliffhanger improvisatory drama. And to see Buckley in all his self-possessed glory, trilling like a diva or waxing profound in a contrived TV interview, is to see an artist at his white-light peak.
Jeff Buckley's rare and remarkable unearthed recording sessions discovered in the Sony Music archives, marking the 20th anniversary for his 'Grace' album.
Documentary about the making of Grace, included on DVD with the 2004 Grace Legacy Edition.
Retrospective look at the life and music of Jeff Buckley through the eyes of family, friends, and fans.
Jeff preforms at Südbahnhof, Frankfurt, Germany. This includes songs from Grace, and this was part of the Mystery White Boy tour.
Jeff Buckley Live at Velvet Jungle
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