Jeff Buckley's personal record collection is now yours to shuffle through.
Site visitors can browse through shelves that hold Buckley's more than 300 records. Mouse over a record's spine, and you get information on that album, including 30-second song previews.
You'll find everything from Jimi Hendrix to Philip Glass to Guided by Voices, with plenty of Bob Dylan, Ella Fitzgerald and Leonard Cohen in between. There's even an Edith Piaf compilation in there. The collection also includes a recently released set of Buckley's 1993 studio recordings of cover songs, called "You and I."
If you like something you hear, you can go directly to Spotify to listen to a full-length version, and you can share the selection on social media.
The project came about when Tom Mullen, director of digital marketing at Legacy Recordings/Sony Music, thought to go to the source of those cover songs: Buckley's records. It turned out Buckley's mother had photos of his vinyl and CDs to use as reference.
"He was a music fiend. And that was your currency: your record collection," Mullen said.
For fans, Buckley's career -- and life, of course -- ended much too soon. Now they can get a little more insight into the musician.