A Nirvana session featuring unreleased songs has surfaced online – listen

A fan bought a reel containing the tracks from eBay

A session featuring unreleased tracks by Nirvana has surfaced online.

The recordings were made on February 15, 1993, at Pachyderm Studios. A reel from the session containing seven tracks was sold online via eBay.

The fan who purchased the reel has now shared the tracks online. They include two versions of ‘Dumb’, three versions of ‘Marigold’ and two new songs.


As Stereogum reports, one seems to be a solo track from drummer Dave Grohl, while another is titled as ‘Lullaby’. Rumours suggest frontman Kurt Cobain is playing drums on the latter.

You can listen to the two new songs below.

Recently, Juliana Hatfield revealed she was considering selling a letter sent to her by Kurt Cobain the year before he died.

The former Blake Babies singer said she would “consider any offer of at least $20,000” (£13,800) for the handwritten letter, which Cobain wrote after the pair met briefly for the first and only time, backstage after Nirvana’s New York gig in 1993.


“As Kurt says, and apologizes for, in the letter, there were a lot of people backstage, all wanting a little of Kurt’s attention – wanting to shake his hand, say hello – and the basement dressing room was very small. It was a cramped, noisy scene,” Hatfield wrote in an essay about her decision to sell the letter published on The Talkhouse.

“There wasn’t really much time or space to focus on having a conversation. But Kurt was very gracious and respectful to me in those brief few minutes, and I was glad to have finally met him.”


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