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GRACE – One of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

by September 22, 2020

Jeff Buckley has once again been featured on Rolling Stone’s Greatest list.

“In an era when love was an unpopular song topic, Buckley was a swooning romantic. He was the son of the late 1960s cult singer Tim Buckley, but identified himself as “rootless trailer-trash born in Southern California.” On extended slow-burning ballads like “Lover, You Should’ve Come Over” and his cover of “Hallelujah,” Buckley used unrestrained amounts of falsetto and vibrato to create an unearthly longing. His music had a smattering of grunge, a plateful of Led Zeppelin III (check the fierce rocker “Eternal Life”), and an opulent sense of tragedy. Grace is the only album Buckley released in his lifetime; he died in 1997 after going for a swim in a Memphis river known for its unpredictable currents.”

Check out Jeff’s feature and their entire list here.

 

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/best-albums-of-all-time-1062063/jeff-buckley-grace-4-1063086/?fbclid=IwAR0IJQkT6pyxJ8wiHnRSDmhLtHmTz2a1kv_lRwGIckfYBSDjOuzQZdh09SQ