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Stream Jeff Buckley Album ‘You and I’ Featuring 10 Previously Unreleased Songs [LISTEN]

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Nearly twenty years after his death, Jeff Buckley is back with a new posthumous album titled You And I. The LP compiles ten previously unreleased tracks recorded early in the "Hallelujah" crooner's career, featuring covers of Bob Dylan's "Just Like A Woman," The Smiths' "The Boy With The Thorn In His Side" and "I Know It's Over," Sly & The Family Stone's "Everyday People," Led Zeppelin's "Night Flight" and a few traditional folk songs as well as early demo versions of "Grace" and "Dream of You And I."READ MORE

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Jeff Buckley’s The Smiths Cover ‘I Know It’s Over’ Comes to Life in New Video [WATCH]

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You And I, a new album of previously unreleased Jeff Buckley rarities is due out this March. The late singer's rendition of the Smiths' 1986 The Queen Is Dead track "I Know It's Over" comes to life in a poignet new video shared ahead of the posthumous release.READ MORE

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Jeff Buckley Streams Heartfelt Cover of Bob Dylan's 'Just Like a Woman' [LISTEN]

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As promised, Jeff Buckley has begun rolling out his previously unheard recordings and cover songs, the first of which is a stream of his heartfelt take on the Bob Dylan classic, "Just Like a Woman."READ MORE

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Unheard Jeff Buckley Songs, Including Covers of The Smiths and Bob Dylan, to be Released

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A new album of previously unheard Jeff Buckley recordings, entitled You and I, is due out March 16 of next year via Legacy Recordings, NPR reports. Most of the forthcoming album's tracks are covers, including The Smiths' "The Boy With The Thorn In His Side" and "I Know It's Over," Bob Dylan's "Just Like a Woman," Sly and the Family Stone's "Everyday People" and Led Zeppelin's "Night Flight." Check out the full tracklist at the end of this article.READ MORE


Copyright Law May Allow Taylor Swift, Prince et al to Pull Covers from Spotify and Streaming Services As Well

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Taylor Swift made headlines during the end of 2014 by pulling her catalogue from Spotify, preventing listeners from checking out her sick beats without shelling out for the song or album 1989. She's not the only one who's keeping their wares off of the streaming service and others like it...The Beatles and Apple Records have yet to release the band's discography to the service. Yet many fans know a loophole, if they're willing to ignore subtle differences in quality: There are covers of the songs on Spotify, performed by bands aiming to sound exactly like The Beatles. Perhaps not for long however, as the U.S. Copyright Office is looking to allow performers to prevent covers of their work from being streamed as well.READ MORE

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10 Artists Who Paid Tribute To Their Parents In Their Music: Green Day, Pink Floyd, And More

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Today, indie folk singer Sufjan Stevens announced the release of a new album Carrie & Lowell, which is named after his mother and stepfather and features a photograph of the two on the front cover. After all that rock music has done to encourage people to disobey their parents, it's honestly refreshing to see Stevens pay tribute to his parents this way, but he's far from the only rock artist who has done this. Here are 10 artists who have paid tribute to their parents in their music, either with one song or with entire albums.READ MORE


Cloverton Turned Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' Into an Epic Christmas Story [LISTEN]

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Christian rockers Cloverton gave Leonard Cohen's timeless classic "Hallelujah" a Christmas makeover last year and the result is a truly moving cover. The boys take Cohen's iconic melody and infuse it with lyrics chronicling the birth of Jesus Christ. Regardless of your religious orientation, this song hits an emotional chord as vocalist Lance Stafford gives it his all.READ MORE

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Miley Cyrus Releases Live Version of Jeff Buckley Cover 'Lilac Wine' [LISTEN]

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When she is not creating controversy in Australia, Miley Cyrus is singing, performing and covering songs like "Lilac Wine." And we enjoy the latter more than shocking parents who were expecting a Hannah Montana show. In her live cover from a recent gig in Melbourne, Cyrus gives an impressive vocal performance on the track, which was written in the 1950s and is best known from Jeff Buckley's 1994 masterpiece "Grace." As MTV News notes, this is not the first time Cyrus has given the song a try, performing it back in 2012.READ MORE

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5 Non-Metal Musicians Who Love Metal: Ryan Adams, Dave Grohl And More

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Heavy metal isn't exactly everyone's cup of tea, but metalheads are far from the only people who listen to it. In fact, there are plenty of decidedly non-metal musicians who are big fans of the genre. Here are five non-metal musicians who love metal.READ MORE

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5 Artists Who Debuted With Live Albums: Dave Matthews Band, Jane's Addiction, And More

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If an artist decides to record a live album at all, it's usually released at least a few years into their career, after they're established enough to warrant interest in how their live performances sound. However, these five artists took a more unusual route by actually debuting with live albums.READ MORE

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Jeff Buckley's 'Grace': 10 Songs Ranked For Its 20th Anniversary

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Twenty years ago today, August 23, singer/songwriter Jeff Buckley released his only completed studio album Grace, a heavenly yet subtly psychedelic collection of covers and original songs that would introduce the music world to one of its all-time greatest vocalists. Sadly, Buckley would pass away in 1997 at age 30 before he could complete another album, but he still managed to release one classic during his short life. To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Grace, here are the album's ten songs ranked.READ MORE

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5 Unfinished Albums That Were Released Anyway: The Beach Boys, Jeff Buckley, And More

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There are probably thousands of unfinished albums out in the world right now that will never see the light of day. As someone who lives for music, this is a scary thought, since some of those could be classics that noboby will ever get to hear for one reason or another. These five artists don't have that problem, though, as their unfinished albums ended up being released anyway.READ MORE

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7 Incredible Guitarists Who Are Also Great Singers: Prince, Joni Mitchell, And More

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When you read a list of the greatest guitarists of all time, it typically includes names like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Jack White, people who can sing but aren't usually renowned for their singing voices. However, these seven musicians have mastered both singing and guitar playing, when just one of those would have served them well enough. Here are seven incredible guitarists are also great singers.READ MORE

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5 Alt-Rock Albums With Multiple Cover Songs: Jeff Buckley, Nick Cave, and more

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When an artist performs a cover song, especially alternative or punk artists, it's usually reserved for live shows or as a bonus track for an album, but on rare occasions these cover songs make their way into the album's proper tracklisting. However, even more rare is when an artist includes multiple cover songs on a single album. Here are five alternative rock albums with more than one cover song (excluding cover albums, of course).READ MORE

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10 Artists Whose Most Famous Song Isn't Their Best: Radiohead, Nirvana, and more

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Success in the music business is unpredictable. Some untalented artists inexplicably stay at the top of the charts, just like some songs inexplicably become an artist's signature, even though they have more qualified songs for the position. Here are ten artists whose most famous song isn't their best.READ MORE

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