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Jeff Buckley: Grace (33 1/3 Series)


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ISBN13: 9780826416353
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Jeff Buckley was piecing together a contemporary popular music history for himself that was steeped in the magic of singing. He was busy hearing how Dylan channeled Billie Holiday in Blonde On Blonde and how Robert Plant was doing his best to sound like Janis Joplin on early Led Zeppelin recordings. He was thinking about doo-wop and opera and Elton John and working at developing a way to harness the power of the voice...In the process, he was re-defining punk and grunge "attitude" itself by rejecting the ambivalent sexual undercurrents of those movements, as well as Led Zeppelin's canonical "cock rock" kingdom that he'd grown up adoring. He was forging a one-man revolution set to the rhythms of New York City and beyond. And he was on the brink of recording his elegant battle in song for the world to hear.

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lauralegend, December 16, 2006 (view all comments by lauralegend)
I bought this book being completely amazed by the album Grace which I bought quite a while back. Being young, I was late to be introduced into Jeff Buckley, but I found his music brilliant in an unexplainable way.
Anyway, I bought the book and to my disappointment when I opened it it was not how I imagined it. It looked almost in the form of an essay, and the font size was tiny. Being a true Buckley fan though, I gave it a chance and I was surprised at how fascinating I found it. It was extremely well written, with a fair portrayal of Buckley himself. It was organized perfectly, and I found it easy to read all the way through. If you are a big fan of 'Grace' I highly recommend you buy this for an interesting read, though I do admit that maybe if I was not as big a fan as I were, I may have been in a bit deep.
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Brooks, Daphne
Bloomsbury Academic
Brooks, Daphne A.
Genres & Styles - Rock
Rock music
History and criticism
Buckley, Jeff
Rock music -- 1991-2000.
Music-Rock History
Edition Description:
Trade paper
33 1/3
Series Volume:
Publication Date:
6.51 x 4.76 x 0.44 in

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The power and influence of Grace increases with each passing year. Here, Daphne Brooks traces Jeff Buckley's fascinating musical development through the earliest stages of his career, up to the release of the album. With access to rare archival material, Brooks illustrates Buckley's passion for life and hunger for musical knowledge, and shows just why he was such a crucial figure in the American music scene of the 1990s.

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