March 11, 2016
Out today, Columbia/Legacy Recordings, will release ‘You and I’, the very first studio recordings made by Jeff Buckley for Columbia Records.
The songs on ‘You and I’ reveal, in part, the eclectic scope of Jeff Buckley’s extraordinary musical tastes and talent.
The covers on the album include Jeff’s highly personal interpretations of songs written by Bob Dylan “Just Like a Woman”, Sylvester Stewart “Everyday People,” Joe Green “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Cryin,'” Bob Telson “Calling You,” and many more.
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