Jeff Buckley 'His Own Voice: The Official Journals, Objects, and Ephemera' Book

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Jeff Buckley 'His Own Voice: The Official Journals, Objects, and Ephemera' Book
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"A self-portrait of an artist as a wide-eyed young man, it's inspiring to read and, thanks to Mary Guibert and David Browne, a privilege to hold in our hands."--
Pop Matters

"Manages to summon the singular spirit of the late chanteur and songwriter. ... In
His Own Voice, Buckley's humanity, humility and humor are always at the fore. ... Buckley's journals and letters reveal him to be just as fans hoped him to be: romantic, warm, funny, insightful, poetic and truly spectacular company."--People

About the editors:

Mary Guibert is the executor of the Jeff Buckley Estate. In her role as curator of her son's music, she has compiled and produced a series of well-received releases, including Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk, MysteryWhite Boy, So Real: Songs of Jeff Buckley, and the acclaimed 2016 album You & I, and its 2019 follow up In Transition, part of a compelling collection of previously unheard 1993 sessions. She is based in Northern California.

David Browne is a senior writer at Rolling Stone and the author of Dream Brother, widely seen as the definitive biography of Jeff Buckley. He is also the author of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young: The Wild, Definitive Saga of Rock'sGreatest Supergroup; Fire and Rain: The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor, CSNY, and the Lost Story of 1970; and biographies of Sonic Youth and the Grateful Dead. His 1993 New York Times article, "The Unmade Star," was one of the first major stories published on Jeff Buckley. He lives in Manhattan.

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