Mojo Pin - Jeff Buckley - Sessions (CD, Album)

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  1. Talrajas Reply
    "Mojo Pin" is the first song on Jeff Buckley's album Grace. It was written by Jeff Buckley and Gary Lucas, and was first introduced on his EP, Live at Sin-é. Buckley stated that the song was about a dream of a black woman. Through a wash of bizarre images, the lyrics convey a feeling of addiction, either to drugs or a chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co: Alternative rock.
  2. Taugar Reply
    "Mojo Pin," co-written by Buckley and former Captain Beefheart guitarist Gary Lucas, is a powerful ensemble reading of a song first introduced on Live At Sin-é, a testimony to Buckley's avant-garde and free jazz proclivities. On the moody "Dream Brother," the singer offers a warning to a friend, a mysterious message swaddled in the unconscious.
  3. Vodal Reply
    Label: Sony - SRCS • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock, Classic Rock Jeff Buckley - Grace (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(8).
  4. Doubei Reply
    Written-By – G. Lucas*, J. Buckley* CD So Real (Live Aus Dem Südbahnhof, Frankfurt, 2/24/95) Written-By – J. Buckley*, M. Tighe* CD Mojo Pin (Live Aus Dem Südbahnhof, Frankfurt, 2/24/95) Written-By – G. Lucas*, J. Buckley* CD What Will You Say (Live Aus Dem Südbahnhof, Frankfurt, 2/24/95) Written-By – C. Azar*, C. Dowd*, J.
  5. Shalabar Reply
    Grace Legacy ed. Released: Aug Listen. Mojo Pin - (Jeff Buckley / G. Lucas) Grace - (Jeff Buckley / G. Lucas) Last Goodbye - (Jeff Buckley) Lilac Wine - (J. Shelton) So Real - (Jeff Buckley / Michael Tighe) Hallelujah - (Leonard Cohen) Lover, You Should've Come Over - (Jeff Buckley) Corpus Christi Carol - (Benjamin Britten) Eternal Life - (Jeff Buckley) Dream Brother - (Jeff Buckley.
  6. Mikazahn Reply
    Jeff Buckley sounds like a man who doesn't yet know what he wants to be, and his uncertainty is the very thing that holds Grace, his debut album, together. It's a ballsy kind of uncertainty, the kind you find in star high-school athletes who seem to have all the confidence in the world even as they're straining to meet their own ever-increasing.
  7. Kazrak Reply
    "We recorded the last performances for this album - by Gavin Friday and Jeff Buckley - on the evening of February 13, Jeff was moving to Memphis the next day. Allen Ginsberg, a friend of both Gavin and Jeff, came by to visit and ended up coaching Jeff.
  8. Fauhn Reply
    Since he was the son of cult songwriter Tim Buckley, Jeff Buckley faced more expectations and preconceived notions than most singer/songwriters. Perhaps it wasn't surprising that Jeff Buckley's music was related to his father's by only the thinnest of margins. Buckley's voice was grand and sweeping, which fit with the mock-operatic grandeur of his Van Morrison-meets-Led Zeppelin music.

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