Jeff Buckley

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Jeffrey Scott Buckley (November 17, 1966 – May 29, 1997), raised as Scott Moorhead, was an American singer, songwriter and guitarist.wikipedia
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Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk

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Since his death, there have been many posthumous releases of his material, including a collection of four-track demos and studio recordings for his unfinished second album My Sweetheart the Drunk, expansions of Grace, and the Live at Sin-é EP.
Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk is the only posthumous album of polished studio tracks and demos recorded by American singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley.

Tim Buckley

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Born in Anaheim, California, Buckley was the only son of Mary Guibert and Tim Buckley.
He died at the age of 28 from a heroin overdose, leaving behind his sons Taylor and Jeff.

Live at Sin-é

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Since his death, there have been many posthumous releases of his material, including a collection of four-track demos and studio recordings for his unfinished second album My Sweetheart the Drunk, expansions of Grace, and the Live at Sin-é EP.
Live at Sin-é is a live EP by Jeff Buckley.

Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen song)

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Chart success also came posthumously: with his cover of Leonard Cohen's song "Hallelujah" he attained his first number one on Billboards Hot Digital Songs in March 2008 and reached number 2 in the UK Singles Chart that December.
Achieving little initial success, the song found greater popular acclaim through a recording by John Cale, which inspired a recording by Jeff Buckley.

Gary Lucas

With accompaniment by experimental rock guitarist Gary Lucas, Buckley performed "I Never Asked To Be Your Mountain," a song Tim Buckley wrote about an infant Jeff Buckley and his mother.
Lucas has collaborated with Leonard Bernstein, Jeff Buckley, John Cale, Nick Cave, David Johansen, and Lou Reed.

Tom Verlaine

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In 1996, they stopped touring and made sporadic attempts to record Buckley's second album in New York City with Tom Verlaine as producer.
Verlaine was in discussion with Jeff Buckley to produce his second album, before Buckley's death by drowning in 1997.

Last Goodbye (Jeff Buckley song)

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Buckley completed Babylon Dungeon Sessions, a four-song cassette that included the songs "Eternal Life," "Unforgiven" (later titled "Last Goodbye"), "Strawberry Street" (a different version of which appears on the Grace Legacy Edition), and punk screamer "Radio."
"Last Goodbye" is a 1994 song by singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley, from his album Grace.

Sin-é

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After a decade as a session guitarist in Los Angeles, Buckley amassed a following in the early 1990s by playing cover songs at venues in Manhattan's East Village such as Sin-é, gradually focusing more on his own material.
Seasoned performers such as Sinéad O'Connor, Jeff Buckley, October Project, Marianne Faithfull, Shane MacGowan, Hothouse Flowers, The Waterboys, Allen Ginsberg, Star Drooker, and the band Native Tongue also appeared at Sin-é, giving impromptu performances.

Eternal Life (song)

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Buckley completed Babylon Dungeon Sessions, a four-song cassette that included the songs "Eternal Life," "Unforgiven" (later titled "Last Goodbye"), "Strawberry Street" (a different version of which appears on the Grace Legacy Edition), and punk screamer "Radio."
"Eternal Life" is a song composed by Jeff Buckley and is track #9 on his album Grace.

Michael J. Clouse

He toured with the dancehall reggae artist Shinehead and also played the occasional funk and R&B studio session, collaborating with fledgling producer Michael J. Clouse to form X-Factor Productions.
Upon returning to the States in the mid-1980s, Clouse began his music career in Los Angeles, working with the likes of the late Jeff Buckley, David Morgan (The Association, Three Dog Night), Marco Mendoza (Ted Nugent, Thin Lizzy, The Dead Daisies), Nicky Hopkins (The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Who), Shawn Lee (musician) (Monkeyboy), Jamie Carter (Jon Butcher (band)), Carl Young (Michael Franti & Spearhead (band)), Blues Traveler, and seminal LA band The Coma-Tones, to name a few.

Grace (Jeff Buckley song)

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On subsequent trips to New York in mid-1991, Buckley began co-writing with Gary Lucas resulting in the songs "Grace" and "Mojo Pin," and by late 1991 he began performing with Lucas' band Gods and Monsters around New York City.
"Grace" is the title track from Jeff Buckley's first album Grace (1994).

Leonard Cohen

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Chart success also came posthumously: with his cover of Leonard Cohen's song "Hallelujah" he attained his first number one on Billboards Hot Digital Songs in March 2008 and reached number 2 in the UK Singles Chart that December. Buckley performed an eclectic selection of covers from a range of artists from Led Zeppelin, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Bob Dylan, Édith Piaf, Elton John, the Smiths, Bad Brains, Leonard Cohen, Robert Johnson and Siouxsie Sioux.
Cale's version formed the basis for a later cover by Jeff Buckley.

Siouxsie Sioux

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Buckley performed an eclectic selection of covers from a range of artists from Led Zeppelin, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Bob Dylan, Édith Piaf, Elton John, the Smiths, Bad Brains, Leonard Cohen, Robert Johnson and Siouxsie Sioux.
Her songs have been covered by Jeff Buckley, Tricky and LCD Soundsystem.

Mojo Pin

On subsequent trips to New York in mid-1991, Buckley began co-writing with Gary Lucas resulting in the songs "Grace" and "Mojo Pin," and by late 1991 he began performing with Lucas' band Gods and Monsters around New York City.
"Mojo Pin" is the first song on Jeff Buckley's 1994 album Grace.

Hal Willner

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The event, produced by show business veteran Hal Willner, was held at St. Ann's Church in Brooklyn on April 26, 1991.
He produced a live tribute concert to Tim Buckley, that ultimately launched the career of Tim's son Jeff.

Matt Johnson (drummer)

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Buckley assembled a band, composed of bassist Mick Grøndahl and drummer Matt Johnson, and spent several weeks rehearsing.
Matt Johnson (born November 6, 1970) is an American drummer who played in the band of Jeff Buckley, appearing and co-writing one song on his album Grace in 1994, as well as on subsequent live releases and EPs.

Andy Wallace (producer)

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In mid-1993, Buckley began working on his first album with record producer Andy Wallace.
Following this breakout success, Wallace went on to work with Feeder, Sum 41, The Cult, Slayer, Prince, Bruce Springsteen, Sepultura, Soulfly, Nirvana, Alice in Chains, The Misfits, White Zombie, Jeff Buckley, Ben Folds Five, Faith No More, Rollins Band, Rush, Alice Cooper, Bernard Butler, Bad Religion, Sonic Youth, L7, Guns N' Roses, Rage Against the Machine, Front 242, Alabama 3, Linkin Park, Trapt, Foo Fighters, Silverchair, At the Drive-In, Staind, Sevendust, Blind Melon, System of a Down, Phish, Skunk Anansie, A Perfect Circle, Limp Bizkit, 3 Doors Down, Fuel, Chevelle, Disturbed, Paul McCartney, The Cribs, Atreyu, Young Astronauts Club, Avenged Sevenfold, Dream Theater, Ghost, A Day to Remember and many others.

Clif Norrell

After returning, Buckley invited guitarist Michael Tighe to join the band and a collaboration between the two resulted in "So Real", a song which was recorded with producer/engineer Clif Norrell as a late addition to the album.
He has worked with many prominent artists including Bruce Springsteen, R.E.M., Jeff Buckley, No Doubt, Rush, Faith No More, Shania Twain, Mick Jagger, Dave Grohl, Sting, Paul McCartney, Gavin Degraw, Joss Stone, Selena Gomez and The Police.

Grace (Jeff Buckley album)

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After rebuffing much interest from record labels and his father's manager, Herb Cohen, he signed with Columbia, recruited a band, and recorded what would be his only studio album, Grace, in 1994.
Grace is the only studio album by Jeff Buckley, released on August 23, 1994.

So Real (Jeff Buckley song)

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After returning, Buckley invited guitarist Michael Tighe to join the band and a collaboration between the two resulted in "So Real", a song which was recorded with producer/engineer Clif Norrell as a late addition to the album.
"So Real" is the third single from Jeff Buckley's 1994 album Grace, and also had an accompanying video.

Loara High School

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He attended Loara High School, and played in the school's jazz band.

Michael Tighe

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After returning, Buckley invited guitarist Michael Tighe to join the band and a collaboration between the two resulted in "So Real", a song which was recorded with producer/engineer Clif Norrell as a late addition to the album.
He has worked with Jeff Buckley, Mark Ronson, Adele, Liam Gallagher, The A.M., Niia and others.

Steve Addabbo

Buckley spent three days in February 1993 in the studio with engineer Steve Addabbo and Columbia A&R man, Steve Berkowitz, recording much of Buckley's solo repertoire.
He has produced and/or engineered for artists including Bobby McFerrin, Bob Dylan, Eric Andersen, Loudon Wainwright III, Jeff Buckley, Gary Lucas, Lara Bello, Richard Barone, The Bongos, Robby Romero and Red Thunder, Richard Shindell, Ana Egge and The Stray Birds, Chiara Civello, Jane Olivor, Olivia Newton-John, The Manhattans and Dar Williams.

Gods and Monsters (band)

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On subsequent trips to New York in mid-1991, Buckley began co-writing with Gary Lucas resulting in the songs "Grace" and "Mojo Pin," and by late 1991 he began performing with Lucas' band Gods and Monsters around New York City.
Gods and Monsters is an American psychedelic rock band from New York City, known for once having singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley as a member in the early 1990s.

Shinehead

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He toured with the dancehall reggae artist Shinehead and also played the occasional funk and R&B studio session, collaborating with fledgling producer Michael J. Clouse to form X-Factor Productions.
In his early years, Jeff Buckley led his group on guitar and lent a hand with backing vocals.