CD, 1994, 4759282
Disc 1:
01. Mojo Pin
02. Grace
03. Last Goodbye
04. Lilac Wine
05. So Real
06. Hallelujah
07. Lover, You Should've Come Over
08. Corpus Christi Carol
09. Eternal Life
10. Dream Brother
Jeff Buckley: Voice, Guitars,
Harmonium, Organ, Dulcimer,
Additional Tabla on "Dream Brother"

Mick Grondahl: Bass
Matt Johnson: Drums, Percussion, Vibes on "Dream Brother"
Michael Tighe: Guitar on "So Real"
Gary Lucas: Magicalguitarness on "Mojo Pin" & "Grace"
Loris Holland: Organ on "Lover, You Should've Come Over"
Misha Masud: Tabla on "Dream Brother"
Karl Berger: String Arrangements

Produced, Engineered & Mixed by Andy Wallace "The Fist"
Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk
Executive Producer: Steve Berkowitz

American CD #: CK 57528
Japanese CD #: SRCS 7455
European CD #: 475928 2
European LP #: 475928 1
American MC #: CT 57528
Am promo MC #: ACC 57528 (black cover with key)
MiniDisc #: CM 57528

"Grace there meaning a prayer like a death prayer - not being afraid of it, sitting totally immersed in trouble and all those crappy slings and arrows that come to you in regular life, and then someone begins to love you for real, and instead of wishing for death, even thinking about it, it's not a factor at all. Death meaning relief." -- Jeff Buckley (Interview, Rip It Up, February 1996)

"... I started working for Steve Berkowitz, Buckley's A&R man, right about the time Jeff started the Grace recording sessions at Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, NY. Every week producer Andy Wallace would send down mixes of what had been recorded, and it was obvious that this was going to be an amazing debut album. The sessions started with Jeffy recording all by himself. He did about 30 takes of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah", and all 30 or so were pretty different (the album version is a composite of the best parts of 3 takes). He also recorded 3 or 4 versions of "Corpus Christi Carol", and several other cover songs that would not make the album - "Calling You", "Sweet Thing", "Night Flight" and "Alligator Wine.""
-- Webb M, NYC (Review,, 2000)