Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - Songs To No One 1991-1992 Sampler album
Album by Jeff Buckley. Cruel by Jeff Buckley and Gary Lucas.
As it turns out, Gary Lucas' contributions to many of Jeff Buckley's shining moments amounted to much more than. Buckley had come to New York from California in 1991 with his girlfriend and soon found himself in an artistic community far removed from the cutthroat competition of LA. He met former Captain Beefheart guitarist Gary Lucas at a benefit for Buckley's late father and soon joined Lucas' rock project Gods & Monsters. Buckley supplied lyrics to several of Lucas' instrumentals, including the aforementioned pair that eventually became centerpieces of Buckley's only completed album
Album · 2002 · 11 Songs. See All. Bad Boys of the Arctic. Skeleton At the Feast.
04 Song to No On. lac. Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - Songs to No One (1991-1992).
Alternative rock Rock Indie rock Art rock Progressive rock. How Long Will It Take. Mojo Pin. Song to No One. Grace. Harem Man. Malign Fiesta (No Soul).
For erstwhile Captain Beefheart guitarist Gary Lucas (a talented but eternal sideman) they represented the Big Chance. That tension doomed this incarnation of Gods and Monsters, Lucas's shifting group of musicians for whom these songs were written. Mojo Pin and Grace (which Lucas co-wrote) are familiar as key elements of Buckley's one studio album and from subsequent releases, but they remain fascinating for lovers of vocal nuance
Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - How Long Will It Take. 3. Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - Mojo Pin. 4. Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - Song to No One. 5. Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - Grace. 6. Jeff Buckley & Gary Lucas - Satisfied Mind.
Band Name Jeff Buckley. Album Name Songs to No One 1991-1992. Data wpisu 15 Październik 2002. Wydawcy Knitting Factory. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album3. 2. 9. 10.
Songs to No One 1991-1992. LP - Divine Recordings 387). If Jeff Buckley hadn't have taken that fateful swim one late spring night in 1997, it's a fair guess that every single Buckley release besides Live at Sin-E and "Grace" would have never seen the light of day. And this has never been more apparent than with the 2002 release, Songs To No One 1991-1992, an 11- track compilation of live soundboard recordings, radio broadcasts, and demos.
|1||Song To No One||3:44|
|2||How Long Will It Take||5:15|
|3||She Is Free||4:39|
|5||Grace (Demo Version)||4:19|
NotesIssued in a glossy white card sleeve with a sticker on front.