Jeff Buckley - Live At Sin-é (Legacy Edition)
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Stunning live performance in Paris
Given his voracious desire to perform, it was always inevitable that last year's formidable 'Mystery White Boy' would not be the only Jeff Buckley live album to see the light of day. Once again, his mother Mary Guibert and guitarist Michael Tighe have collaborated to make these tapes available for release, a document of his concerts at the legendary Parisian venue...
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Jeff Buckley - Live At Sin-é (Legacy Edition): Wikipedia Album Entry
Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition) is a 2003 live double album by Jeff Buckley. It is the extended version of Buckley's 1993 EP Live at Sin-é, released by Columbia Records. Recorded over two afternoons at Sin-é, the Legacy Edition is a two-disc set (one for each concert), plus a ten-minute bonus DVD containing brief excerpts of Jeff playing solo electric at Sin-é. Early versions of songs that would later appear on the album Grace, including "Lover, You Should've Come Over", "Grace", Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah", and "Unforgiven"—which was later renamed as "Last Goodbye"—can be heard on the two discs, as well as numerous covers from artists ranging from Nina Simone, Van Morrison, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
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