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Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009) DVD9

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Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009) DVD9

Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009)  DVD9

Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009)  DVD9
Video: NTSC, MPEG Video2 at 5 861 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.333) at 29.970 fps | Audio: PCM 2 channels at 1 536 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Rock | Label: Sony Music | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 2 Jun 2009 | Runtime: 108 min. | 6,13 GB
Subtitles: English, French, German, Italian, Dutch

Compiled from various appearances along the Grace World Tour in 1995, these poignant live tracks capture Jeff Buckley's raw passion, elegance and vocal prowess in its most organic form. Produced by the late singer's mother, standouts include the rarely performed beauty "What Will You Say" (the only song not off Grace), as well as an eerie rendition of "Dream Brother," which showcases a haunting mid-song high note, the powerful "Last Goodbye" and two very different performances of both "Grace" and "So Real."
Since he was the son of cult songwriter Tim Buckley, Jeff Buckley faced more expectations and pre-conceived notions than most singer/songwriters. Perhaps it wasn't surprising that Jeff Buckley's music was related to his father's by only the thinnest of margins. Buckley's voice was grand and sweeping, which fit with the mock-operatic grandeur of his Van Morrison-meets-Led Zeppelin music. His audacious debut Grace made him one of the most popular alternative artists of the '90s, accentuated by his early and tragic death in 1997, and his cover of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" virtually redefined the song for a modern audience.
Buckley began playing while in high school. Eventually, he moved to Los Angeles to study music; while he was there, he performed with several jazz and funk bands, as well as playing with Shinehead, a leader in the dancehall reggae movement. A few years later, he moved to New York, forming Gods & Monsters with the experimental guitarist Gary Lucas. The band became a hip name, yet their lifespan was short. Buckley began a solo career playing clubs and coffeehouses, building up a considerable following. Soon, he signed a record deal with Columbia Records, releasing the Live at Sin-e EP in November of 1993. It received good reviews, yet they didn't compare to the raves Buckley's full-length debut, 1994's Grace, received. Unlike the EP, the album was recorded with a full band, which gave the record textures that surprised some of his long-time New York followers. Nevertheless, it made several year-end "Best of 1994" lists and earned him a belated alternative hit, "Last Goodbye," in the spring of 1995.
A long hiatus followed as Buckley worked on material for his follow-up effort, provisionally titled My Sweetheart, The Drunk. Originally slated to be produced by Tom Verlaine, who later dropped out of the project, Buckley finally began work on the record in Memphis during the late spring of 1997. On the night of May 29, he and a friend traveled to the local Mud Island Harbor, where Buckley spontaneously decided to go swimming in the Mississippi River and waded into the water fully clothed. A few minutes later, he disappeared under the waves; authorities were quickly contacted, but to no avail -- on June 4, his body was finally found floating near the city's famed Beale Street area. Buckley was 30 years old. A collection of unreleased recordings, Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk, appeared in 1998, and two live albums arrived during 2000-2001, Mystery White Boy and Live a l'Olympia.

Jeff Buckley – Vocals, guitar
Michael Tighe – Guitar
Mick Grondahl – Bass guitar
Matt Johnson – Drums

01. Grace (BBC Late Show, London, 1/17/95)
02. So Real (Live Aus Dem S?dbahnhof, Frankfurt, 2/24/95)
03. Mojo Pin (Live Aus Dem S?dbahnhof, Frankfurt, 2/24/95)
04. What Will You Say (Live Aus Dem S?dbahnhof, Frankfurt, 2/24/95)
05. Hallelujah (MTV Japan, Tokyo, 1/31/95)
06. Dream Brother (Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, 12/2/94)
07. Eternal Life (MTV's Most Wanted, London, 3/3/95)
08. Last Goodbye (MTV's Most Wanted, London, 3/3/95)
09. Lover, You Should've Come Over (JBTV, Chicago, 11/8/94)
10. Lilac Wine (MTV Europe, Eurock?enes Festival, Belfort, 7/9/95)
11. Grace (MTV, 120 Minutes, New York, 1/15/95)
12. So Real (MTV, 120 Minutes, New York, 1/15/95)
13. Last Goodbye (MTV, 120 Minutes, New York, 1/15/95)
14. Vancouver (MTV?s Most Wanted, London, 3/3/95)
15. Hallelujah (Music Video)
16. "Star Tours" (VH1, Naked Caf? Behind The Secenes Piece, 1/9/95)
17. Merri Cyr Bus Interview (Spring 1995)

Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009)  DVD9
Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009)  DVD9

Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009)  DVD9

Jeff Buckley ‎– Grace Around The World (2009)  DVD9
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