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Medley- Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin - Hymne à L'amour
Jeff Buckley
Medley- Je N'en Connais Pas La Fin - Hymne à L'amour

Jeff Buckley | Je N'en Connais Pas la fin /Hymne à L'amour,  live at “The Bataclan”, Paris (February 11, 1995)



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Jeff Buckley - “Once I Was” (May 10, 1995 Denver, Bluebird Theater, USA)

Still, the highlight of this show is him doing a cover of ‘Once I Was’, written by his father Tim Buckley. Jeff rarely performed his fathers songs, and often flatly refused to do so when requested by audience members. This is potentially only the 2nd recording in existance of Jeff singing his fathers songs… (the first being the St Anne Tim Buckley Tribute Show he played at in 1991). Quoting Jeff after performing it: 'Are you satisfied now? are you really? then shut the fuck up for the rest of my life… Love and kisses from the living one… Jeff Buckley…’

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Jeff Buckley's Album 'Grace' As A Collection Of Books

This is my new print, available right now in the Standard Designs Etsy shop. It’s of Jeff Buckley’s phenomenal album ‘Grace’ as if it had been written as a series of novels instead of songs. It’s the ideal gift for the Jeff Buckley fan in your life (and if that’s not you - listen to the album, and it soon will be!)

The print measures 42 x 29.7cm, approximately 16.5 x 11.5 inches. It’s professionally printed on 200gsm/120lb premium archival heavy silk paper, and comes shipped in a sturdy mailing tube.

You can see more at the Standard Designs Etsy shop.