Last Goodbye (Jeff Buckley song)
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|Single by Jeff Buckley|
|from the album Grace|
|Recorded||Bearsville Recording Studio, Woodstock, NY (Fall 1993)|
|Jeff Buckley singles chronology|
"Last Goodbye" is a 1994 song by singer-songwriter Jeff Buckley, from his album Grace. It was the second single released from the album, after the title song. It was Buckley's most commercially successful song, earning him a belated alternative hit in early 1995, peaking at #19 on the U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks.
"Last Goodbye" was originally titled "Unforgiven", and had a more straightforward rock feel and instrumentation; it was first recorded at a demo session in 1990. A live version of the song, still titled "Unforgiven", was recorded in 1993 and released on the posthumous 2003 album Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition).
The song also featured at number 3 on Australia's Triple J's 'Hottest 100 of 20 Years' countdown.
A music video was created for "Last Goodbye", which showed Buckley and the rest of the band playing the song on a stage while video was projected onto them and the wall behind them.
- "Last goodbye"
- "Last goodbye (edit)"
Soundtrack appearances and covers
The song is included in the soundtrack of the 2001 film Vanilla Sky.
On January 12, 2005 the famed Washington, D.C./Baltimore, MD alternative radio station WHFS played "Last Goodbye" as their final track before going under new management as a modern Latin music station. It has also been used by other alternative stations as their last song.
The song appeared on an episode of Hindsight.
- "AllMusic, Jeff Buckley > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles".
- Babylon Dungeon Session - 1 - Unforgiven 1st Mix, YouTube
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