Jeff Buckley & Matt Maeson

Episode 117

Aaron and Brent both highlight music from singer-songwriters: a Virginia native who got his start performing for inmates at maximum-security prisons and a California born musician who amassed a following in the early 1990s by playing at venues in Manhattan’s East Village.

With songs that explore the tension between light and dark in life, Aaron looks at three songs from Matt Maeson.

Known by many for his reconstructed cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”, Brent dives into the career of the late Jeff Buckley by showcasing three songs from his catalogue.

This Week’s Playlist

  1. Lover, You Should’ve Come Over – Jeff Buckley – Grace (1994)
  2. Cringe – Matt Maeson – Bank on the Funeral (2019)
  3. Je N’en Connais Pas La Fin – Jeff Buckley – Live At Sin-é (1993)
  4. Blood Runs Red – Matt Maeson – Blood Runs Red (2022)
  5. Last Goodbye – Jeff Buckley – Grace (1994)
  6. Tribulation – Matt Maeson – Who Killed Matt Maeson – EP (2017)

Show Notes

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Videos Mentioned

(42:08) Matt Maeson – Vevo Meets: Matt Maeson – YouTube
(48:09) Matt Maeson – Cringe – Vevo dscvr (Live) – YouTube
(50:20) Last Goodbye / Vanilla Sky – YouTube
(01:10:43) Matt Maeson – Blood Runs Red [Official Video] – YouTube
(01:13:49) Matt Maeson – Tribulation (feat. VÉRITÉ) – YouTube
Bands Mentioned
  • Jeff Buckley
  • Matt Maeson
  • Dave Matthews
  • Johnny Cash
  • Ben Lovett
  • Mumford and Sons
  • VERITE
  • Bryan Adams
  • Michael Bolton
  • Tim Buckley
  • David Bowie
  • Fishbone
  • Shawn Mendes

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