Jeffrey Scott Buckley (November 17, 1966 – May 29, 1997), raised as Scott Moorhead, was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist.
I Shall Be Released
Live at sin-é – 2003
Mama, You’ve Been On My Mind
If You See Her, Say Hello
Bearsville Studio (Fall 1993)
Just Like A Woman
From “You and I” (2016)
Jeff Buckley and Gary Lucas
Recorded March 12th, 1992 in the studios of WNYU FM.
“He really wasn’t built for the strand of rock music born of rebellion or release; he was a songbird…”
– Dominique Leone (Pitchfork)
Jeff Buckley was a man who shunned celebrity, he had spent two years touring in support ofGrace, before recording what he intended be his next album, My Sweetheart the Drunk.
He never got to see its release. In 1997, while re-recording a few songs, Jeff Buckley drowned after going for a swim. It was ruled an accidental drowning.
It was posthumously released under the name Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk after Buckley’s mother asked for a title change because of the unfinished state of the songs.
“Jeff Buckley was a pure drop in an ocean of noise.”
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