When I wake up on a desolate morning, my head pounding and my stomach swirling I don't usually think to put on music. My hangover remedy is to crawl back under the covers and try to sleep it out - which never works. So instead I'll try to create a particular atmosphere that I think is conducive to the inebriation healing process. This involves freshly ground coffee brewed in an Aeropress and more often than not playing my copy of Jeff Buckley's Live at Sin-é

Recorded live at the Sin-é cafe in 1993, where Buckley regularly played stripped back solo shows, the album is a collection of early live versions of material from Grace (recording of which started just a few months later) and covers of tracks by Led Zeppelin, Nina Simone, Bob Dylan and Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. In the background is the murmur of the audience and the clatter of cups and saucers. It's a gentle record that is sure to prompt a few sing-alongs, but most importantly it will heal whatever ails ya.