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You Should’ve Come Over, Lover (Columbia 1994)


The gorgeous American male singer and guitar player with the ability of spanning high tones octave vocals giving him a certified status for this guy – born Jeffrey Scott Buckley forming a band with guitarist Gary Lucas before turned himself to hit the different road as soloist later. Jeff Buckley releasing his own debut album – Grace while the music sales went poor and slow for this one but gaining fame through chart climbing position in US, Uk and Australia displaying Jeff Buckley plays most of the music instruments here on this album with Mark Grondahl (bass), Loris Holland (organ), Matt Johnson (percussion, drums), Gary Lucas (magical guitarness) or Misha Masud (tabla) performing some of these notable songs written by Mr. Buckley and Gary Lucas such as Mojo Pin, Last Goodbye or with Mark Grondahl and Matt Johnson on Dream Brother to Jeff’s most awesome and sophomore cover of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah which acclaimed Grace album later to baptizing as one of thus important best record of all time; the one wishing lists of “angelic voice” that you must hear before you die …