Expanded edition for Record Store Day 2018! Live recordings from Jeff Buckley's early cafe days. Originally released as a four track EP in 1993, Live At Sin-é captured the singer songwriter at the outset of his short-lived career. An expanded edition was offered on CD in 2003, adding in an array of covers from Bob Dylan to Led Zeppelin, along with a few between song monologues. This four LP boxset marks the first time this material has been available on vinyl. The sound is about as intimate as it gets with the hum of Buckley's Fender amp clearly audible in the background. Thirty-four tracks in all. Released by Columbia as a numbered, limited edition four LP boxset with a deluxe hard shell slipcase, individually designed LP jackets and an eight page full color booklet of photos and liner notes.
- expanded edition of Buckley's debut release
- numbered limited edition
- deluxe hard shell slipcase
- four individually designed LP jackets
- eight page full color booklet of photos and liner notes
- limited to 2500 copies
- music label: Columbia 2018
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reviewed by Mag Sixty 08/2018
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