I don't care how good his music was - at this point, anything that is released is just a regurgitated, repackaged money trap designed by people looking to capitalize on Jeff's cult hero status. The man had ONE ALBUM, people. ONE! It was an excellent album, yes. He had an amazing, ethereal voice, true. But how can anyone plunk down major money for filler, in good concience? The Grace EPs (which I have, admittedly)! The Ultimate Grace Collector's Edition! Jeff on Tour at Your Local Coffee Shop in 1989 When He Was Filling In For The Headliner, Who Cancelled At The Last Minute! Jeff Singing in the Shower!
I know it's not fair that I'm reviewing this item based on a personal opinion of something that has nothing to do with the actual music - but come ON! "Grace" was as Jeff wanted it to be. None of the rest of this is. Live albums and "Best of", for live artists, are (usually) reserved for that "lull" in the career when the artist is no longer at the top of their form. This is REALLY scraping the bottom of the barrel. Shame!