Six Jeff Buckley videos you shouldn’t miss
March 7, 2016
During Jeff Buckley’s 1995 Australian tour, ABC reporter Jane Cunningham interviewed the singer about fame, rock and roll and doing interviews. When asked at what point he knew that he this what what he wanted to do, he answers “Probably when I was 13,14… I did my first gig in a club, that was it. Yeah I like it, it smells bad, I can be here…”
Here’s also a great documentary with talking heads like Patti Smith, Brad Pitt, Jimmy Page, Elizabeth Fraser, Chrissie Hynde and long time collaborator Steve Berkowitz.
Jeff Buckley at Glastonbury… Some would argue the best version of ‘Mojo Pin’ ever..
This most cherished performance for the BBC:
Here’s the new video for cover of Sly and the Family Stone’s ‘Everyday People’ which was produced by Amy Redford. We follow a mysterious woman as she walks through New York City.
Amy Redford (daughter of Robert) also produced the brand new music video for cover of The Smith’s ‘I Know It’s Over’.
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