January 19, 2014 – 5:30 am

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Glastonbury 1995 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Glastonbury Festival, Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK; June 24, 1995. Excellent FM.

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This is an absolutely stunning set from the late Jeff Buckley. The day he drowned (May 29, 1997) was definitely a massive loss for the music world. His only album, Grace, is fantastic and it would have been a pleasure to watch his career evolve. For the time being, enjoy this set - just incredible, even for those unfamiliar.

Thanks to jenny82 for sharing the tracks at Dime; and to Phil ‘AintNoBody’.

jenny82 noted: “If you have never heard Jeff Buckley then you can start here, it’s that good. 10+ for performance and sound quality. No Hallelujah but it does have seven live performances from Jeff’s superb debut album Grace.”

Original BBC Transcription Disc > EAC WAV Extraction > Flac Frontend > FLAC [Level 8]
Extraction/Encoding By Phil ‘AintNoBody’

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Track 01. applause 0:10 (284k)
Track 02. Dream Brother 9:15 (15.5MB)
Track 03. Lover, You Should’ve Come Over 7:50 (13.2MB)
Track 04. So Real 5:07 (8.6MB)
Track 05. Last Goodbye 4:43 (7.9MB)
Track 06. What Will You Say 8:05 (13.6MB)
Track 07. Mojo Pin 6:31 (11.0MB)
Track 08. Eternal Life 5:41 (9.6MB)
Track 09. Kick Out The Jams 3:27 (5.8MB)
Track 10. Grace 5:59 (10.1MB)
57 mins

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  1. 9 Responses to “JEFF BUCKLEY - GLASTONBURY 1995”

  2. Thanks, bigO!

    By NAMoosedog on Jan 19, 2014

  3. Wow! Thanks Big O! Just when you think you have everything there’s gonna be . . . always great to have more by Jeff and he remains much missed. The shock of losing such a great talent under such tragic circumstances is still keen and any more recordings are a rare treat that I for one didn’t expect to be able to keep adding stuff to the collection. It’s appreciated

    By swappers on Jan 19, 2014


    By darth on Jan 19, 2014

  5. I saw his father play at a place in Detroit called Limbo’s on Woodward Ave. I believe it was 1973. Very good, very tragic. It is too bad that lightning had to strike twice.

    By nobsartist on Jan 19, 2014

  6. Thanks BigO. You keep on giving us great stuff. Obviously Jeff Buckley’s career was cut off way too soon and he showed promise of great things to come. Jeff Beck paid a nice homage to him on the Emotion and Commotion album.

    By JB on Jan 21, 2014


    By darth on Jan 21, 2014


    Normally I can just ignore him but these comments are like finding dogshit in your bed: It just doesn’t belong there.

    By dirkbill on Feb 8, 2014

  9. Thank you very much for this Jeff Buckley. He was the only guy I ever heard sing Lilac Wine, and it was almost as good as Helen Merrill, which is pretty damn good. So thanks again.

    By dirkbill on Feb 8, 2014

  10. Hey big o thanks for this great show in such high quality!! Been on a Buckley binge and theres really just never enough.

    By Trainwreck on Feb 26, 2017

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