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Jeff Buckley

April 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Jeff Buckley, Jeff Buckley published a full-length album and a handful of EPs in his life. He was when he drowned in in Tennessee Wolf River.

Time now reports that Jake Scott will direct a biopic about Buckley with a dash of Ryan Jaffe. The site says Buckley songs are a part of the package of rights and producers optioned “Dream Brother: The Life and Music of Jeff and Tim Buckley by David Browne, too.

Buckley’s father, Tim Buckley, was a singer who died in 1975 of a heroin overdose at 28.

Jeff Buckley album length, “Grace” was released in and made several best-of lists at year’s end. In 2003, Rolling Stone called Buckley cover of Leonard Cohen “Hallelujah” no “. 259 in its list of the greatest songs of all time and the” Grace “the best album of the 303rd.

Since Buckley’s death, other musicians, including Chris Cornell, Aimee Mann, Juliana Hatfield and have recorded tribute songs to him or about him. The latest in a series of posthumous releases Buckley’s “Grace Around the World” in 2009.

In, Jeff Buckley, soul musician, handsome on the rise, drowned in the Tennessee River. He was. Many critics as one of the best of the year hailed his album, Grace. One of the songs on the album, a haunting cover of Leonard Cohen “Hallelujah” was named one of the 500 greatest songs of all time by Rolling Stone, and musicians Kurt Cobain Coldplay have been cited as an influence Buckley. Now, the life of legendary musician can finally reach the big screen. A long-discussed biography finally got the green light. Jake Scott (son of Ridley Scott) is set to direct, but it remains a key question: Who plays Buckley? Robert Pattinson of Twilight has expressed interest before, and his name is being bandied about. Is this a role that could and should sink their teeth into?

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