95-02-25 Nighttown Cafe
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Lover, You Should've Come Over
So Real
Last Goodbye
Dream Brother
All I Ask
Mojo Pin
Eternal Life
What Will You Say
If You See Her, Say Hello
Only Tracks 'Lover, You Should've Come Over, So Real, Last Goodbye, Grace, Eternal Life' were broadcast. Tracks from this broadcast were also released as a 3 track promo by Sony ('Live at Nighttown'). The audience recording is the only complete source at this point. 'Harry Hamelink, programmer of Nighttown: "It was a memorable day. Jeff and his band have eaten in the Nighttown Café. The support act was Drugstore. The entrance fee was 17 guilders and fifty cents. The show was recorded by the VPRO-radio. Later fragments of that ended up on a promo-CD. I found the people around Jeff exceedingly sympathetic, but what I remember mostly is the silence during Hallelujah. In my memory it was deadly quiet in the venue for at least a minute. Despite of a thousand people being in. At that moment it was as if there were only two kinds of people. People who would kill to get in touch with him. And people who had never, ever heard of him. We have an original Buckley tour poster hanging on the wall here. It is very much wanted. I have seen so many times that average girls fall on their knees. Then I think: Girl, is something wrong with you? But then they start to plead for the poster. No, I don't think so." Guus Drentje was in Nighttown as well: "The venue went wild. Everybody could sing along, word for word. I thought I was a big fan, but the people walking around there were even more fanatical. The extraordinary thing was: he appealed to all kinds of people. Young and old. It wasn't connected to a specific age. The music was very loud there. Ear splitting. You could clearly see how he handled his band like a sort of dictator. It was a weird chemical process, that band happening. Really a bit like the back of Grace: they seemed to be merged with him."' -- (post death Article from a Dutch magazine)