Jeff Buckley - Live In Hamburg 1995

It has been well over a year since Jeff Buckley last appeared on this site, my love for his music has not diminished.

I guess in a way it's cyclical, time goes by, and for all types of reasons I am drawn back to playing one of his albums or songs.

Because Jeff has already appeared a number of times on the Beehive, it has been easy to put this to one side, also some of the tracks can be streamed on Last FM.

However this is a great concert recording, and with Jeff's passing almost twelve years ago (one month from now), lets remember him again as he was, a fabulous artist, a joy to listen to.

This is Jeff Buckley recorded live at the Logo Club in Hamburg, Germany, on the 22nd February, 1995.

Source: Pre FM (DAT clone).

Sound Quality: Very good stereo quality.

Genre: Alternative Rock, Folk, Singer songwriter.

Set: Full Set.

Set List:

01 -Announcer Intro
02 -Dream Brother
03 -So Real
04 -Last Goodbye
05 -What Will You Say
06 -Lilac Wine
07 -Mojo Pin
08 -Grace
09 -Eternal Life
10 -Lover, You Should've Come Over
11 -Will The Circle Be Unbroken (traditional)
12 -Hallelujah
13 -Kanga-Roo

Links: Official site HERE. Wikipedia HERE.

Comments: A CD boot circulated as Black Roses (CD: 1998 Head Records), this was incomplete, as is the current material on Last FM.

The notes that came with this complete version sum the whole show up extremely well.

'This is an amazing show including stunning versions of Dream Brother, Lilac Wine, Mojo Pin and Kanga-Roo; an amazing medley of Lover You Should've Come Over and All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun (which is first of the two performances of this song, the other being on 1996-03-01 at Selina's, Sydney, Australia, 1996-03-01, as far as I know); the one and only performance of the traditional song "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" (which is also sang by Bob F***ing Dylan, as Jeff Buckley calls him); one of the best performances of Hallelujah with extra lyrics which are slightly different than the version on the Bataclan show, adding even more to the uniqueness of this show'.

For any fan, or any interested party, I hope you enjoy.

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Anonymous said…
wonderful many thanks

zico said…
He was almost as good (or better for many) as his one and only father who is my all time favourite.
Thanks for sharing this one. Their loss was probably the biggest in modern music history. This is was I believe anyway. Thanks once more.