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Shrinegarden
Soundgarden, my other favourite 90's bands and Matt Corby. Mostly.


"They found out I sang and they asked me to come," Jeff says now of the tribute concert. "I realized I probably wouldn’t ever have another chance to pay my respects, no matter what kind of twisted feelings I have about Tim, no matter what kind of pain or anger I have against him—whatever I haven’t come to terms with. The fact that I never got to go to his funeral always bothered me. And I thought, I can sink down with this or I can get off it, and then whatever sort of development I’ve gone through, at least I’ve done that."
Jeff Buckley 
The Arrival of Jeff Buckley by Bill Flanagan 1994
Photo- Jeff at St Ann’s in April 1991

"They found out I sang and they asked me to come," Jeff says now of the tribute concert. "I realized I probably wouldn’t ever have another chance to pay my respects, no matter what kind of twisted feelings I have about Tim, no matter what kind of pain or anger I have against him—whatever I haven’t come to terms with. The fact that I never got to go to his funeral always bothered me. And I thought, I can sink down with this or I can get off it, and then whatever sort of development I’ve gone through, at least I’ve done that."

Jeff Buckley 

The Arrival of Jeff Buckley by Bill Flanagan 1994

Photo- Jeff at St Ann’s in April 1991

It was after that night, that I knew I needed to invoke the real essence of my voice. I didn’t know what it tasted like at all.  
Jeff Buckley after quitting Gods and Monsters
The Arrival of Jeff Buckley by Bill Flanagan 1994
Photo - Jeff in 1992

It was after that night, that I knew I needed to invoke the real essence of my voice. I didn’t know what it tasted like at all.  

Jeff Buckley after quitting Gods and Monsters

The Arrival of Jeff Buckley by Bill Flanagan 1994

Photo - Jeff in 1992

(via m-v-l)

thunderupton:

I have a massive fear that no one actually likes me, rather everyone is just politely tolerating me hoping I leave them alone

(via pearl-in-garden)

twerkinturtle:

do you ever feel like there’s barely anyone in your city that listens to the same music you do but when you go to a concert you’re just like “where the fuck have you all been”

(via pearl-in-garden)

 

 

(via pjmom)

But I would say the songs themselves remind of an innocent Metallica… not tarnished, not ruined by fame…the honesty and the innocence of ‘Master of Puppets’  - still sleeping, living at the studio; still roughing it and still having that fire. And only Metallica on our minds, just Metallica. Now it’s different.

James Hetfield guitar.com 2006
Photo- Ross Halfin 1986 Master of Puppets album sleeve

But I would say the songs themselves remind of an innocent Metallica… not tarnished, not ruined by fame…the honesty and the innocence of ‘Master of Puppets’  - still sleeping, living at the studio; still roughing it and still having that fire. And only Metallica on our minds, just Metallica. Now it’s different.

James Hetfield guitar.com 2006

Photo- Ross Halfin 1986 Master of Puppets album sleeve

lateshowletterman:

To kick off foofighters week, Dave Grohl chatted with Dave about all things from Sonic Highways to his daughter’s vast appreciation of music.

(via grohloholic)

New Zealand interview (and transcript) with Lorde - 13 October 2014
”..someone said to me that if it happens for you in this business, it’s equal parts talent, luck and work. You can’t have it without each of those things coming into play. I’ve worked so hard, and I’ve been so lucky, I’ve gotten to grow as an artist and do things which challenge me and which make me do better.” 

New Zealand interview (and transcript) with Lorde - 13 October 2014

”..someone said to me that if it happens for you in this business, it’s equal parts talent, luck and work. You can’t have it without each of those things coming into play. I’ve worked so hard, and I’ve been so lucky, I’ve gotten to grow as an artist and do things which challenge me and which make me do better.” 


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