I'm guessing: very little. At the time of his death, Buckley's career was in a downturn. He'd never been a big star (despite having a Goodbye & Hello Sunset Strip board, in common with many Elektra artists) and since the commercially suicidal free jazz experiments of Starsailor and Lorca, his audience - never exactly big - had dwindled. At one point, he was forced to take a secondary job - as Sly Stone's chauffeur - to pay the bills. But he was optimistic about the future - he had plans to release a live album and had just completed a successful U.S. tour. He was only twenty-eight years old and still had a great voice: his songwriting partnership with Larry Beckett was still going strong. He was not known as a big drug user, so his death -from a massive heroin overdose - was all the more shocking. For those who were there - what was the response to his death (if any)?