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Songs to No One 1991-1992 « Instinct Records  
Songs to No One 1991-1992
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Songs to No One 1991-1992

Instinct Records


Performing in an April 1991 tribute concert at St. Ann’s Church in Brooklyn for his father, the late Tim Buckley, Jeff caught the attention of former Captain Beefheart guitarist Gary Lucas, who subsequently asked Buckley to perform with his band Gods & Monsters. Buckley’s brief but fruitful time with Lucas yielded the material on Songs To No One… including “Grace” and “Mojo Pin.” Both songs appeared on Buckley’s 1994 landmark Grace (Columbia), the only full-length album released during his lifetime.

“Songs To No One…” producer and longtime Buckley friend Hal Willner is best known for his experimental works with such artists as Debbie Harry, Dr. John, and Tom Waits. This collection is co-produced by Knitting Factory’s Sascha Von Oertzen, and was assembled under the watchful eyes of executive producer Michael Dorf (Knitting Factory) and with the approval of Mary Guibert (Estate of Jeff Buckley). Of special note are two songs which feature the addition of new instrumental tracks performed by Bill Frisell (on “Satisfied Mind”) and Sex Mob (on “She Is Free”).

A collection of historical recordings; studio sessions, home tapes, and club performances chronicling Jeff Buckley’s pre-Columbia work with former Captain Beefheart guitarist Gary Lucas. Produced by Hal Willner with additional instrumentation by Bill Frisell and Sex Mob. Features previously unheard tracks including early versions of “Mojo Pin” and “Grace”.


Track Listing

Tracks from Songs to No One 1991-1992 are below. If a track is available for purchase, you may add it to your cart by clicking on the Add to Cart icon. Use the drop-down menu to select either MP3 or Lossless file format.

Track Title Select Format:
Hymne a L’Amour (MP3)
How Long Will It Take (MP3)
Mojo Pin (MP3)
Song To No One (MP3)
Grace (Stadium Demo) (MP3)
Satisfied Mind (MP3)
Cruel (MP3)
Malign Fiesta (No Soul) (MP3)
Grace (Live) (MP3)
Hymne a L’Amour (Digital Lossless)
How Long Will It Take (Digital Lossless)
Mojo Pin (Digital Lossless)
Song To No One (Digital Lossless)
Grace (Stadium Demo) (Digital Lossless)
Satisfied Mind (Digital Lossless)
Cruel (Digital Lossless)
She is Free (Digital Lossless)
Harem Man (Digital Lossless)
Malign Fiesta (No Soul) (Digital Lossless)
Grace (Live) (Digital Lossless)

Digital Downloads:
Full-length albums and individual tracks are made available as digital downloads for your convenience. MP3 format is a high-quality digital audio format that sounds excellent. The lossless (AIFF or M4A) format is as close as you can get to CD quality. Lossless files have a significantly larger filesize than MP3s. Therefore, it is recommended that you download these items only when connected to the internet via a high-speed broadband connection.

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