The Jeff Buckley industry has been cranked up again to produce either a desperate cash-in courtesy of a golden goose unable to lay any more eggs, or a sop to desperate fans still craving more from the departed apprentice superstar. Buckley died young (30) with only one completed record to his name. That was three years ago, but to give his fans something to put at the centre of their cult, unfinished bits and pieces were assembled. That process has now produced Mystery White Boy, a collection of live performances recorded from 1994 to 1996 in Germany, the United States, Australia and France. Two songs come in at about the 10-minute mark, and another at nine, and they aren't the only ones that ramble. From the sound of it, the concerts must have been as interesting as watching traffic lights change: affecting ballads aside, Buckley drones, sub-Jim Morrison style, through some original songs, a re-reading of Grace, and assorted cover versions. Strangely, this set was put together by Buckley's mother, and his guitarist, Michael Tighe. Perhaps that accounts for the odd carpentry.