Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins) duets with Jeff Buckley (1995)


I’ll admit to going through a Cocteau Twins phase if you’ll admit to liking The Bronski Beat. It was in college and I needed my sleep and there was nothing better to nap to in those days than the Cocteau Twins.

Since then I have lost touch with all of their various side projects, reunions and solo works. But I was excited to find this demo of a duet by Elizabeth Fraser and Jeff Buckley performed sometime before he died, probably in 1995.

All Flowers (In Time Bend Toward The Sun) [Download]

I originally found this at the French site PopNews.

Said The Gramaphone continues his “Said The Guest” series this time with Casiotone For The Painfully Alone handpicking a number of tracks.

10 Responses to “Elizabeth Fraser (Cocteau Twins) duets with Jeff Buckley (1995)”

  1. heather says:

    ABSOLUTELY wonderful. thank you thank you!!!

  2. Lizzy says:

    ahhhhh, great find. we’re all in love with jeff

  3. Greg says:

    I liked (& still do) BOTH the Twins & Bronski….. But cool post in any case.

  4. Dave says:

    This is a brilliant find. Thank you so much!

  5. Anonymous says:

    This is amazingly beautiful song!!!
    the best i´ve heard for long long time! Jeff Buckley is a legend and my Idol and duet with Elizabeth is… It makes me weep like a willow. All flowers.

  6. Rhyferys says:

    My favourite female vocalist together with my favourite male vocalist. Thank you kindly.

  7. midnightbluemoxie says:

    so, so, so beautiful. it made me sad and happy all at the same time. thank you!

  8. Anonymous says:

    THANK YOU! I had no idea that they had recorded anything together. I’m stunned by how beautiful it is! Totally breaks my heart. What a treasure. This one goes on my next mix CD for my girlfriend. :)

  9. Anonymous says:

    thank you for sharing.
    been looking for the audible offspring of the Liz and Jeff thing for a long time.
    It’s bloody well beautiful too!

  10. sanddef says:

    That page no longer exists, but you can listen to it on the mp3 player Ive added at the bottom this blog entry I wrote (in Welsh) on the Cocteau Twins, therby hopefully repaying you for having introduced me to this wonderful duet.