Jeff Buckley is one of those special artists that is deserving of being held on the highest musical level out there.  The honor is only for genius sounds that most could never compare. It’s an honesty reflected in attitude, and an emotion that triggers some of the deepest senses.


Stream: We All Fall in Love Sometimes [2009]
previously unreleased recording,
written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin


Video: So Real/Last Goodbye [Acoustic]
from the Live in Chicago DVD [1995]

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3 Responses

  1. Arlette

    Yay for a Buckley track I hadn’t heard before! Totally makes my day.

  2. Jessica

    KD Lang’s hallelujah at the Olympics was so amazing. It did and will always though, remind me of Jeff’s. I discovered him through that song years ago. I soon found out that he had died so young. What a terrible waste to not have him around for more.