by David Browne
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An exploration of the ironic parallels between the lives of music greats Jeff Buckley and his father Tim draws comparisons of the musical eras (the 1960s and the 1990s) in which they worked and the forces that led to their tragic deaths. Reprint.
May 29, 2007 Ten years ago Tuesday, singer/guitarist Jeff Buckley took an ill-fated swim in a Memphis harbor. At the time, he was a rising star, but in the years since, he's become something of an icon. Buckley released only one studio CD, Grace, in his short lifetime.
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