Jeff Buckley - Live At Sin-é (CD)


1994
Label: Big Cat - ABB61CD • Format: CD • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Art Rock
Jeff Buckley - Live At Sin-é (CD)

Recorded live at Sin-é, New York City, August Recorded on location By Record Plant Mobile Unit. Mixed at Quad Recording Studios, NYC. Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC. Issued in a standard J-card case with an insert.

Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition) is a live double album by Jeff Buckley. It is the extended version of Buckley's EP Live at Sin-é, released by Columbia Records. Recorded over two afternoons at Sin-é, the Legacy Edition is a two-disc set (one for each concert), plus a ten-minute bonus DVD containing brief excerpts of Jeff playing solo electric at Sin-é/5(74).

 · Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition) is a live double album by Jeff Buckley. It is the extended version of Buckley's EP Live At Sin-é, released by Columbia Records. Recorded over two afternoons at Sin-é, the Legacy Edition is a two-disc set (one for each concert), plus a ten-minute bonus DVD containing brief excerpts of Jeff playing solo electric at Sin-é.

 · In its original form, Buckley's Live at Sin-é release was a mere minute EP. This two-CD deluxe edition radically expands it into a proper album in its own right, with no less than two hours and 37 minutes of running time, throwing in a bonus DVD of 11 minutes of unreleased footage to boot.

20 rows · Live at Sin-é is a live EP by Jeff Buckley. The four-song EP was Buckley's first commercial Genre: Alternative rock, jazz, blues.


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One thought on “Jeff Buckley - Live At Sin-é (CD)

  1. Live at Sin-e is a great album for the serious Jeff Buckley fan. It captures him at a moment of musical transition, as he was saying goodbye to solo performances in the tiny club Sin-e and preparing to form the band that would eventually record his only studio album, Grace/5().

  2.  · Live at Sin-e is a great album for the serious Jeff Buckley fan. It captures him at a moment of musical transition, as he was saying goodbye to solo performances in the tiny club Sin-e and preparing to form the band that would eventually record his only studio album, Grace/5().

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