Jeff Buckley’s death marked with new compilation

Release commemorates singer's tenth anniversary

The tenth anniversary of Jeff Buckley is to be marked with a new compilation.

The singer drowned aged 30 on May 29, 1997 in Memphis Tennessee while working on his second album.

Following his debut album ’Grace’ and the posthumous release of his second record’s demos, ’Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk’, a collection of his studio work is being released for the first time.


‘So Real: Songs From Jeff Buckley’ is out in May 28 and features the following tracklisting:

’Last Goodbye’

‘Lover You Should Have Come Over’

‘Forget Her’

‘Eternal Life’

‘Dream Brother’ (alternative take)


‘The Sky Is A Landfill’

‘Everybody Here Wants You’

‘So Real’ (acoustic live performance)

‘Mojo Pin’ (live)


‘Je N’en Connais Pas La Fin’



‘I Know It’s Over’


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