Editors’ Notes Before the alt-rock excursions of his debut album, Grace, Jeff Buckley was a solo troubadour with a weekly NYC residency at the tiny East Village café Sin-é (pronounced shin-ay), where he tried out new songs in between a huge, eclectic repertoire of covers. A live EP recorded at Sin-é was released ahead of Grace and eventually given a deluxe reissue as a double album. Armed only with his Telecaster and once-in-a-lifetime voice, Buckley turned everything from Van Morrison's "The Way Young Lovers Do" to Nina Simone's "If You Knew" inside out with his daring, transcendent performances.

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Be Your Husband (Live)
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4:55
 
Lover, You Should've Come Over (Live)
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9:25
 
Mojo Pin (Live)
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5:37
 
Monologue - Duane Eddy, Songs for Lovers (Live)
4
1:18
 
Grace (Live)
5
6:49
 
Monologue - Reverb, The Doors (Live)
6
1:40
 
Strange Fruit (Live)
7
7:43
 
Night Flight (Live)
8
6:40
 
If You Knew (Live)
9
4:28
 
Monologue - Fabulous Time for a Guinness (Live)
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0:40
 
Unforgiven (Last Goodbye) [Live]
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5:35
 
The Twelfth of Never (Live)
12
3:35
 
Monologue - Cafe Days (Live)
13
0:14
 
Monologue - Eternal Life (Live)
14
0:36
 
Eternal Life (Live)
15
5:50
 
Just Like a Woman (Live)
16
7:26
 
Monologue - False Start, Apology, Miles Davis (Live)
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1:03
 
Calling You (Live)
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5:49
 
Monologue - Nusrat, He's My Elvis (Live)
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3:12
 
Yeh Jo Halka Halka Suroor Hai (Live)
20
6:09
 
Monologue - I'm a Ridiculous Person (Live)
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0:39
 
If You See Her, Say Hello (Live)
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8:18
 
Monologue - Matt Dillon, Hollies, Classic Rock Radio (Live)
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1:33
 
Dink's Song (Live)
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11:14
 
Monologue - Musical Chairs (Live)
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1:08
 
Drown In My Own Tears (Live)
26
4:11
 
Monologue - The Suckiest Water (Live)
27
0:08
 
The Way Young Lovers Do (Live)
28
10:06
 
Monologue - Walk Through Walls (Live)
29
0:26
 
Je n'en connais pas la fin (Live)
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5:02
 
I Shall Be Released (Live)
31
5:20
 
Sweet Thing (Live)
32
10:36
 
Monologue - Good Night Bill (Live)
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0:16
 
Hallelujah (Live)
34
9:15
 

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