If any album deserves a 10th-anniversary reissue treatment, it's Jeff Buckley's "Grace." Along with Nirvana's "Nevermind," it set the tone for much of the '90s.

If any album deserves a 10th-anniversary reissue treatment, it's Jeff Buckley's "Grace." Along with Nirvana's "Nevermind," it set the tone for much of the '90s. Anchored by Buckley's incredibly expressive voice and guitar playing, the album spanned the rock, folk and blues genres and influenced countless bands. Buckley's plaintive vocals and yearning lyrics were given additional emotional resonance upon his drowning in 1997, making "Grace" his only proper full-length album. In addition to a remastered edition of the album, the Legacy Edition contains a bonus disc of live and previously unreleased material. While the highlight is "new" original track "Forget Her," it is fun to hear Buckley tackle songs by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Hank Williams and MC5 as well. Also included is a third disc, which includes a DVD of the making of this landmark album, and five music videos.—BT