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Old 10-25-2010, 03:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Jeff Buckley live at The Garage, London 1994 - audience @ 320kps

JEFF BUCKLEY
September 1 (Thursday), 1994
London, The Garage, Highbury, England

- 'Peyote Radio Theatre' North American & European Tour -
June 2, 1994 - September 24, 1994

DISC I
01 What Will You Say 9:09
02 So Real 5:34
03 Dream Brother 6:26
04 Lilac Wine (Nina Simone) > Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) 14:32
05 Eternal Life > band introductions 7:02
06 Lover, You Should've Come Over 8:48

Running time: 51:31

DISC II
01 Applause 1:17
02 Talking 2:14
03 All That I Ask (Nina Simone) > 3:41
04 < Kanga Roo (Big Star) > Chocolate 26:07

Running time: 33:19

Total running time: 150

Artwork included

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Very Good Audience recording - 'Sweet, Sweet Chocolate'

NOTES
A great audience recording capturing this electrifying gig of the European leg of Peyote Radio Theatre tour. Jeff is in his usual playful mood > check out - 'the pimple that Sony couldn't pop' comment & the banter that follows... Highlight has to the incredibly intense 26 minute rendition of 'Kangaroo/Chocolate' which Jeff slips into after 'All That I Ask'.

"September 1, 1994, The Garage in London's Finsbury Park. Jeff Buckley removes his shirt. The first three rows - entirely comprised, it seems, of smitten women - swoon en masse. The room ripples with sweat and electricity throughout the heady song which follows. As it finishes, one girl yells in a desperate, yearning tone, "Have my babies!" "And mine!" shouts another. Jeff laughs. "Hey I gotta show to do." " -- Jim Irvin ("It's Never Over: Jeff Buckley 1966-1997", Mojo Magazine, August 1997)

"This one has taken on almost mythic status among Buckley fans, with good reason; it might be the most harrowing and disturbing performance he ever gave, and it certainly engendered the magnificently angry "road version" of Eternal Life. The final encore starts breezily enough, with a relaxed Jeff joking about a lost phone number and dedicating the song to a fan ...and then to "someone else". Nina Simone's beseeching All That I Ask morphs into Big Star's Kangaroo and then into Jeff's own Chocolate improvisation, here stretched and extended into the kind of wired, spontaneous theatre which might have made Jim Morrison proud. It's a descent into the underworld, a stream-of-consciousness assault on stores of memory and desire, a devastating self-flagellation.("There you stare, your finger twisting your red hair, your accusations flying from you, oh you call me a liar, a cheater, you call me a whore..") It's sometimes violent, sometimes erotic, sometimes tender, sometimes terrifying, and so painfully intimate that it becomes overwhelming to witness. "Some day I'd like to become you and to know what it's like to feel me inside...when I wake up in your hair, when I wake up in your arms, I swear upon my blood I understand you, I swear on my grave I understand you..." A Sony executive in the audience later sent him a memo asking him not to repeat the half-hour encore, claiming he was failing to "do justice to himself as an entertainer." Jeff reacted by turning his song Eternal Life into a vicious piece of hardcore directed straight at the music business he so mistrusted. However, Thom Yorke, who was in the audience that night, was reduced to tears. Bassist Colin Greenwood told UK music magazine Mojo how Radiohead returned to the studio after the show and recorded their classic Fake Plastic Trees - a performance which had been eluding them for days." -- (Web Article, Clare O'Brien, 'Flowers in Time' website)

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Excellent. Thank you very much for this.
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If someone could re-upload this will be so so great It's a pretty important show and it seems impossible to find...
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JEFF BUCKLEY
September 1 (Thursday), 1994
London, The Garage, Highbury, England

- 'Peyote Radio Theatre' North American & European Tour -
June 2, 1994 - September 24, 1994

DISC I
01 What Will You Say 9:09
02 So Real 5:34
03 Dream Brother 6:26
04 Lilac Wine (Nina Simone) > Hallelujah (Leonard Cohen) 14:32
05 Eternal Life > band introductions 7:02
06 Lover, You Should've Come Over 8:48

Running time: 51:31

DISC II
01 Applause 1:17
02 Talking 2:14
03 All That I Ask (Nina Simone) > 3:41
04 < Kanga Roo (Big Star) > Chocolate 26:07

Running time: 33:19

Total running time: 150

Artwork included

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Very Good Audience recording - 'Sweet, Sweet Chocolate'

NOTES
A great audience recording capturing this electrifying gig of the European leg of Peyote Radio Theatre tour. Jeff is in his usual playful mood > check out - 'the pimple that Sony couldn't pop' comment & the banter that follows... Highlight has to the incredibly intense 26 minute rendition of 'Kangaroo/Chocolate' which Jeff slips into after 'All That I Ask'.

"September 1, 1994, The Garage in London's Finsbury Park. Jeff Buckley removes his shirt. The first three rows - entirely comprised, it seems, of smitten women - swoon en masse. The room ripples with sweat and electricity throughout the heady song which follows. As it finishes, one girl yells in a desperate, yearning tone, "Have my babies!" "And mine!" shouts another. Jeff laughs. "Hey I gotta show to do." " -- Jim Irvin ("It's Never Over: Jeff Buckley 1966-1997", Mojo Magazine, August 1997)

"This one has taken on almost mythic status among Buckley fans, with good reason; it might be the most harrowing and disturbing performance he ever gave, and it certainly engendered the magnificently angry "road version" of Eternal Life. The final encore starts breezily enough, with a relaxed Jeff joking about a lost phone number and dedicating the song to a fan ...and then to "someone else". Nina Simone's beseeching All That I Ask morphs into Big Star's Kangaroo and then into Jeff's own Chocolate improvisation, here stretched and extended into the kind of wired, spontaneous theatre which might have made Jim Morrison proud. It's a descent into the underworld, a stream-of-consciousness assault on stores of memory and desire, a devastating self-flagellation.("There you stare, your finger twisting your red hair, your accusations flying from you, oh you call me a liar, a cheater, you call me a whore..") It's sometimes violent, sometimes erotic, sometimes tender, sometimes terrifying, and so painfully intimate that it becomes overwhelming to witness. "Some day I'd like to become you and to know what it's like to feel me inside...when I wake up in your hair, when I wake up in your arms, I swear upon my blood I understand you, I swear on my grave I understand you..." A Sony executive in the audience later sent him a memo asking him not to repeat the half-hour encore, claiming he was failing to "do justice to himself as an entertainer." Jeff reacted by turning his song Eternal Life into a vicious piece of hardcore directed straight at the music business he so mistrusted. However, Thom Yorke, who was in the audience that night, was reduced to tears. Bassist Colin Greenwood told UK music magazine Mojo how Radiohead returned to the studio after the show and recorded their classic Fake Plastic Trees - a performance which had been eluding them for days." -- (Web Article, Clare O'Brien, 'Flowers in Time' website)

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Would you please re-upload it? I've been searching for this one for a long time, especially the Chocolate/Kangaroo version, and I can't find it anywhere.. Thanks!
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Would you please re-upload this one? I'm dying to get it and can't find it anywhere..Thanks so much!
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Jeff Buckley live at the Garage, London

Would it be possible for this to be re-uploaded? Thank you
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Could you re-upload this one? I would really appreciate it thanks!
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Jeff Buckley live at the Garage

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Please re-upload, I've been looking for this show for so long. Thank you
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