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Grace (album) by Jeff Buckley

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Grace
Grace by Jeff Buckley (1994)
Overall rank: 48th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
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84/100 (from 1,568 votes)
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Accolades: Award Best album of 1994 (1st)
Award Top 10 albums of the 1990s (8th)
Award Top 50 albums of all time (48th)

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Jeff Buckley bestography

Grace is ranked as the best album by Jeff Buckley.

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Average Rating: 
84/100 (from 1,568 votes)
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From mdbaxter 19 hours ago
A good album by any standards and a great album by debut standards. Jeff was clearly a supremely talented individual not only in terms of the obvious vocal and guitar work but also as a songwriter. At times he can get carried away with some of his riffing but he can usually get away with it because of how talented he is. I really admire the courage it takes to put a song like Corpus Christi Carol on a debut album. I might be getting a bit carried away myself but I think it goes a long way to show his intellect and appreciation for music. It's a shame such a seemingly kind soul was taken so young and without the opportunity to create more.
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90/100
The more I listen to this one, the more I like it. I initially rated it 85, I've upped my rating to 90. Mr. Buckley's vocals are astounding. His upper range tenor is near operatic. "Lilac Wine" is one of the most beautiful songs I've heard as is his rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". The instrumentation is also top notch. Just a wonderful recording. It's a tragedy this man died so young, just 30 years of age.
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From Montpejo
Standouts: Last Goodbye, Dream Brother, Lover, You Should've Come Over, Grace
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A efêmera e gigantesca passagem de Jeff Buckley. Nunca iremos saber o que foi perdido.
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I mean, Jeff Buckley was like any other artist at the time, one of the few solo artists to have this much influence in so long time, the next one I can think of is, I don't know, David Bowie? Anyway Grace is his only album, It's like the work of his life and you can feel that on his singing.
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From marklg
Am I the only one who thinks that Dream Brother is the best song on this album?
By the way, Grace is a really solid recording
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Fate was to determine that Jeff Buckley would only have one shot at recording a great album. That's all he needed.
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From Ashmark
This album is amazing. Buckley’s vocals are extraordinary and the whole album is so emotionally moving.
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It's a shame he died so young but this is quite a gift to leave behind. He had nothing short of pure musical talent and every track on this album is a testament to that.
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