Previously unreleased material features on album compiled by the late singer's mother...

Previously-unreleased Jeff Buckley tracks are due to appear on a live album to be released later this spring.

In a statement on the late singer’s official website [url=], it’s revealed that the album is set to feature many tracks rare tracks that have so far been uncommitted to vinyl.

Although no title has been unveiled as yet, the tracklisting is: ‘Dream Brother’, ‘I Woke Up In A Strange Place’, ‘Mojo Pin’, ‘Lilac Wine’, ‘What Will You Say’, ‘Last Goodbye’, ‘Eternal Life’, ‘Grace’, ‘Mood Swing Whiskey’, ‘The Man That Got Away’, ‘Kanga Roo’ and ‘ Hallelujah/I Know It’s Over (medley)’.

The website reports that Jeff’s mother, Mary Guibert, discovered the recordings last year. She compiled the album with help from Buckley’s former bandmates guitarist Michael Tighe, bassist Mick Grondhal and drummer Parker Kindred.

Buckley died in May 1997 after going for a late-night swim in the Mississippi River in Memphis, Tennessee, while recording his second album. Material recorded at the time was eventually released on the album ‘Sketches For My Sweetheart The Drunk’, released in 1998.

The live album meanwhile is due out on May 9 in the US, and though as a UK date has yet to be confirmed, its thought to be May 8 through Columbia.