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“I’ll probably play live until the day I die,” wrote Jeff Buckley in the press release for the “Live At Sin-e” EP, “…to do something that will just fly away is kind of special. Every time somebody tells you they love you, that ‘I love you’ flies away, and you wait until the next one.”

Comprising shows from July 19 and August 17, 1993 (the second show scheduled after Columbia deemed the first session unusable?Jeff was audibly nervous) these recordings were intended to furnish Jeff’s first release for Columbia. For him, they also signalled the end of his exploratory, comparatively carefree ‘caf

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