Jeff Buckley New Posthumous Release

Compilation of Early Recording Sessions and Covers

A true original possessed of dazzling talent and an exquisite voice, Jeff Buckley left us much too soon when he died in 1997 at the age of 30. Since then, his legend has grown, and an ever-expanding fan base has ensured that he will not soon be forgotten. Grace is among the best ’90s albums, and Buckley’s cover of Leonard Cohen’s song “Hallelujah” remains definitive. You and I is the fifth compilation album to come out since the artist’s passing. It features his first recording sessions for Columbia Records from February 1993 and contains eight covers as well as “Grace” and “Dream of You and I.” Buckley engenders an elastically erotic, soaringly melismatic element to these eclectic songs. “Just Like a Woman,” “Everyday People,” “Calling You,” and “Night Flight” triumph


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