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01Just Like a Woman
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    Song
    Just Like a Woman
    Album
    You and I
    Artist
    Jeff Buckley
    Label
    Sony Music
    Released
    2016

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The cover of Jeff Buckley's forthcoming collection of demos, You And I. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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World Cafe's 2016 Preview
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You and I, an album culled from Jeff Buckley's first demos for Columbia Records, will be released in March. Courtesy of Sony Music hide caption

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New Album Of Previously Unheard Jeff Buckley Recordings To Be Released
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All Songs Rewind: The Legacy Of The '90s
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In 1994, a cover by the late Jeff Buckley helped save "Hallelujah" from musical obscurity. hide caption

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Dozens Of Covers Later, 'Hallelujah' Endures
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Townes van Zandt (left) and Jeff Buckley (right).

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World Cafe Looks Back: Musicians We Miss
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