This extensive 3 disc package of singles, unreleased live recordings, unreleased live video, interviews and candid shots documenting the amazing career and accomplishments of the Jeff Healey Band, is a tribute to Jeff Healey’s astounding talent and incredible musical accomplishments. One of Canada’s most successful exports and one of the worlds most celebrated guitarists the Jeff Healey Band sold millions of records, played thousands of shows and collaborated with many of the greatest musicians of our day. A collective “Rock-umentary” of rare footage, interviews, intimate behind the scenes moments, un-seen live performances from around the World spanning the 18 year career of the Jeff Healey Band, including collaborations and jams with the likes of: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Keith Richards, Sheila E, Clarence Clemons (Bruce Springsteen).
Jeff Healey Band – Legacy: Volume One
2 CD + DVD | Label: Ear/Universal | Release: 6 April 2009
Disc 1 (Singles)
1. See The Light
2. Confidence Man
3. Angel Eyes
4. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
5. I Think I Love You Too Much
6. Full Circle
7. Cruel Little Number
8. Heart Of An Angel
9. Lost In Your Eyes
10. It Could All Get Blown Away
11. Leave The Light On
12. You’re Coming Home
13. I Got A Line On You
15. Stuck In The Middle With You
16. I Tried
Disc 2 (Live / Unreleased)
1. I Think I Love You Too Much
2. Confidence Man
3. Full Circle
4. Life Beyond The Sky
6. See The Light
7. While My Guitar Gently Weeps – Live At Electric Ladyland, NYC
8. Further On Up The Road
9. Billie Jean Blues
10. I Need To Be Loved
11. White Room – Live in New York
12. Don’t Let Your Chance Go By – Live in Toronto (Diamond Club)
13. All Along The Watchtower (featuring Tom Cochrane) – Live in Toronto (Massey Hall)
14. My Little Girl
15. How Long Can A Man Be Strong
16. Can’t Get My Hands On You – Live in London, England (Hammersmith Odeon)
Disc 3 (The Video)
Stevie Ray Vaughn Predicted that Jeff Healey would “revolutionize the way the guitar can be player” -and the rest was history!
A collection “Rock-umentary” of rage footage, interviews, intimate behind the scenes moments, un-seen live performances from around the World spanning the 18 year career of the Jeff Healey Band, including collaborations and jams with the likes of: Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Keith Richards, Sheila E, Clarence Clemons (Bruce Springsteen), Paul Shaffer, Dave Edmonds and select music videos including the never before released video “I Tried”. A journey that started out as a humble Canadian Blues-Rock trio and ended with Grammy Nominations, Juno Awards, Platinum Records and Global Stardom.
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JEFF HEALEY’S FAMILY “DEEPLY
DISAPPOINTED” BY THE UNAUTHORIZED
RELEASE OF A DOUBLE ALBUM OF OLDER MATERIAL
On November 4th Arbor Records, a small Winnipeg label specializing in Aboriginal recordings, plan to release a double CD/DVD set of material by the Jeff Healey Band, which broke up in 2002.
The release consists of early singles and unreleased live material, and is being released in collaboration with the former drummer in the Jeff Healey Band, Tom Stephen.
The release of this compilation, titled "Legacy Volume One".
is being done against the wishes of the Healey Estate and his family. By the time of his death last March, Jeff had long ceased to have any association — creative or otherwise – whatsoever with Mr. Stephen, and had long endured a bitter feud with the former drummer, who claimed he was owed monies and rights to Jeff’s music.
Cristie Healey, Jeff Healey’s widow, released a statement that she was “deeply and sadly disappointed” that the label, who were notified of the Estate’s objections, went ahead with the release — and that EMI Canada saw fit to handle the distribution of the record.
“We ask that Jeff’s fans please refrain from purchasing this compilation out of respect for Jeff and his family. This release is NOT authorized or supported in any way by Jeff’s estate.”
Ms. Healey said the family felt that the collection lacked the care and attention that any “legacy” project should deserve. One disc consists of “yet another ‘hits’ compilation and the bonus disc is an assembly of inferior tracks that have been readily available for download for years.”