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Live recordings from Buckley's 1995-1996 Mystery White Boy world tour.
Despite the presence of two guitarists (Buckley and Michael Tighe), and an average song length tending toward the epic, there are hardly any solos here. Buckley's superhuman, octave-leaping voice occupies center stage throughout, whether crooning incantatorially (the Doors-like "Dream Brother"), wailing like Robert Plant gone mad ("Grace"), or moving with quiet transcendence through a breathtakingly beautiful cover medley (Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah"/the Smiths' "I Know It's Over"). We're lucky to have this to remember Buckley by, although it ultimately begs futile questions about what else might have been in store had he not passed away so tragically soon.
|Dream Brother (Live at Club Logo)|
|I Woke Up In a Strange Place (Live)|
|Mojo Pin (Live)|
|Lilac Wine (Live at Palais Theatre)|
|What Will You Say (Live at Theatre de Fourviere)|
|Last Goodbye (Live)|
|Eternal Life (Live)|
|Moodswing Whisey (Live at Palais Theatre)|
|The Man That Got Away (Live)|
|Kanga Roo (Live)|
|Hallelujah/ I Know It’s Over (Medley) (Live)|