Rich as Can Be. Jamie Buckley.
1. Rich As Can Be. 03:51.
Lorca is a 1970 album by singer-songwriter Tim Buckley, his fifth since his debut in 1966. It was named after Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca, and was recorded simultaneously with Blue Afternoon, though notably different in style. It was one of Buckley's two avant-garde albums, and explored some sounds and ideas he had not previously used.
Rich As Can Be. Jamie Buckley - We've Got Everything 04:27. Jamie Buckley - Let's Make Love 04:05. Jamie Buckley - You Said Yes 04:39. Jamie Buckley - Saturday Night And A Party Weekend 02:46. Jamie Buckley - Rich As Can Be 03:51. Jamie Buckley - Fool's Hall Of Fame 03:20. Jamie Buckley - Surrender 05:19. Jamie Buckley - I'd Do It All Over Again 04:50. Jamie Buckley - Sexy Thing 04:48.
Jeff Buckley Musical Could Grace Broadway Stage. Most of the precious works were cut in Steve Addabbo's Shelter Island Sound studio in February 1993, and few have heard the recordings in the decades since. Buckley’s mother, Mary Guibert, has overseen the project.
Jeff Buckley (November 17, 1966 – May 29, 1997), also known as "Scotty Moorhead", was an American singer-songwriter. New York Newsday said I was stealing from the black man, and I was failing at it whereas Michael Bolton was succeeding. So fuck 'em. New Jersey Beat Magazine, 1993. Everything I ever projected New York to be, it was-even the stinky, ratty, vomity part of it. Everybody has to do the subway. Everybody has to smell the same smells.
What are the best albums by Jeff Buckley? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Jeff Buckley is ranked number 73 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 44,303. Members who like this artist also like: Radiohead, Nirvana and Coldplay.
Buckley, an extravagantly gifted singer-songwriter who released one studio album, 1994's Grace, before drowning in the Mississippi River at age 30, stood apart from the milieus that now epitomize his time. He learned his craft in New York City, not Seattle; he made lush, jazz-influenced rock disconnected from the punk ragers and hip-hop battle rhymes favored by his peers. His florid crooner's wail and unabashed emotionalism make him kin to female peers like Tori Amos and . Harvey, yet these affinities remained mostly implicit. He was born in 1966 to parents enmeshed in the counterculture. Jeff Buckley's music did this in rich, unexpected ways. Consider Buckley's repertoire, elegantly laid out in these excavated, mostly solo recordings from his first session after being signed to Columbia Records.
Ten years after its release, legendary vocalist Jeff Buckley's only proper full-length is given the expanded treatment. Ten years after its release, legendary vocalist Jeff Buckley's only proper full-length is given the expanded treatment. Jeff Buckley was a diva. And a particularly fanciful one at that.
CreditsJamie Buckley - Composer, Primary Artist
|1||Rich as Can Be Jamie Buckley||Jamie Buckley||3:51|
|2||You Said Yes||Jamie Buckley||4:39|
|3||We've Got Everything Jamie Buckley||Jamie Buckley||4:27|
|4||Cold, Cold Wind||Jamie Buckley||4:16|
|5||Nothing Is Wrong, Nothing Is Right||Jamie Buckley||4:17|
|6||Fool's Hall of Fame||Jamie Buckley||3:20|
|7||Surrender Jamie Buckley||Jamie Buckley||5:19|
|8||Saturday Night and a Party Weekend||Jamie Buckley||2:46|
|9||Let's Make Love Jamie Buckley||Jamie Buckley||4:05|
|10||Sexy Thing Jamie Buckley||Jamie Buckley||4:48|
|11||I'd Do It All Over Again Jamie Buckley||Jamie Buckley||4:50|