Browse & Stream Jeff Buckley’s Entire Record Collection on a New Interactive Web Site

Jeff Buck­ley released just one stu­dio album, Grace, before the emerg­ing star died unex­pect­ed­ly in May, 1997, drown­ing while swim­ming in the waters flow­ing from the Mis­sis­sip­pi Riv­er. He was only 30 years old.

Giv­en his painful­ly short discog­ra­phy, fans will delight in the new­ly-dropped album, You and I, which fea­tures, among oth­er things, pre­vi­ous­ly-unre­leased Buck­ley cov­ers of songs orig­i­nal­ly record­ed by Bob Dylan (“Just Like a Woman”); Sly & the Fam­i­ly Stone (“Every­day Peo­ple”); Led Zep­pelin (“Night Flight”) and more. The album is now stream­ing on Spo­ti­fy.

Starved for some more Buck­ley music? Then you’ll also want to check out this new inter­ac­tive web­site which lets you browse/stream every album in Buck­ley’s var­ied vinyl record col­lec­tion. Miles Davis, Bil­lie Hol­i­day, Siouxsie and the Ban­shees, Van Mor­ri­son, the Stones, Dylan, Bowie, Coltrane and The Clash–they’re all part of the col­lec­tion. The video above shows you how to take full advan­tage of the new site. Enjoy.

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