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JEFF GOLUB - Discography (1988-2015)(15CD)
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Название: Jeff Golub - Discography
Жанр: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Blues / Funk
Год выпуска: 1988-2015
Производитель: USA
Аудиокодек: MP3
Тип рипа: Tracks
Битрейт аудио: 192-320 kbps
Продолжительность: 15 CD, 12:43:55
Треклист:
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Unspoken Words [CD' USA Gaia]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 1988
Страна: USA
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:43:45
Треклист:
01. North Shore Drive [00:03:47]
02. Talk is Cheap [00:03:53]
03. Widows Walk [00:05:20]
04. Nit Pickin' [00:05:10]
05. Vallarta [00:03:19]
06. Morning is Yours [00:02:57]
07. Mo' Rocko [00:03:56]
08. Childsplay [00:06:22]
09. Samba de Cara [00:06:49]
10. There Will Never Be Another You [00:02:08]
Jeff Golub - 1988 - Unspoken Words
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Blues / Guitar
Original Release: 1988 Gaia (Gramavision) (USA)
Audio CD Release: 1988 Gaia (Gramavision) (USA) [#139008]
Total Playtime: 00:43:45
01. [03:47] North Shore Drive
02. [03:53] Talk is Cheap
03. [05:20] Widows Walk
04. [05:10] Nit Pickin'
05. [03:19] Vallarta
06. [02:57] Morning is Yours
07. [03:56] Mo' Rocko
08. [06:22] Childsplay
09. [06:49] Samba de Cara
10. [02:08] There Will Never Be Another
Source [FLAC.tracks] : xx = muzlolo3.org
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub (guitar)
- Jim Biggins (tenor & soprano sax / flute)
- Chris Bishop (electric bass)
- Michael Dawe (drums)
- Steve Gaboury (keyboards)
- Roger Squitero (percussion)
- Bill Evans (tenor sax)
- Kenny White (piano)
- Lincoln Goines (acoustic bass)
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Credit:
- Mack Gordon, Harry Warren - Composer
- Jeff Golub - Producer
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub & 'Avenue Blue'
Альбом: Avenue Blue [CD' USA Mesa-Bluemoon]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 1994
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:51:58
Треклист:
01. Pick Up the Pieces [00:04:57]
02. Stockholm Prelude [00:00:56]
03. Stockholm [00:03:51]
04. Gimmie Some [00:04:23]
05. That's the Way of the World [00:04:43]
06. West Side Serenade [00:04:20]
07. Nightingale [00:05:45]
08. I'll Be Around [00:04:58]
09. Atlanta Nights [00:04:50]
10. Just Goodbye [00:05:07]
11. Lucy I'm Home [00:04:36]
12. Moon River [00:03:27]
Jeff Golub & 'Avenue Blue' - 1994 - Avenue Blue
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 1994 Mesa / Bluemoon Records (November 15, 1994)
Audio CD Release: 1994 Mesa / Bluemoon Records [# 79199]
Total Playtime: 00:51:57
01. [04:57] Pick Up the Pieces
02. [00:56] Stockholm Prelude
03. [03:51] Stockholm
04. [04:23] Gimmie Some
05. [04:43] That's the Way of the World
06. [04:20] West Side Serenade
07. [05:45] Nightingale
08. [04:58] I'll Be Around
09. [04:50] Atlanta Nights
10. [05:07] Just Goodbye
11. [04:36] Lucy I'm Home
12. [03:27] Moon River
Source [FLAC.tracks] : xx = muzlolo3.org
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub (guitar)
- David Palmer (drums)
- Kevin Savigar (keyboards)
- Jack Daro, Cliff Hugo, Chris Bishop (bass)
- Rick Braun (trumpet / flugelhorn)
- Nick Lane (trombone)
- Jimmy Roberts (tenor sax)
- Roger Squitero, Brad Dutz (percussion)
- Steve Gaboury (piano)
- Bill Evans (saprano sax)
- Jim Biggins (tenor sax)
- Michael Dawe (drums)
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Credit:
- Produced by: Rick Braun
- Co-produced by: Jeff Golub and George Nauful
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Awards:
1995 -- Top Contemporary Jazz Albums -- 21
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Review by Jonathan Widran
It seems like ages since record companies had actual house producers, but Mesa-Bluemoon's Rick Braun seems to be gracing some of the label's most engaging projects these days. First came Willie & Lobo's worldbeat finesse, and now Avenue Blue featuring Jeff Golub, a snappy, fluid guitarist who takes the sharp lilt of Steve Laury into fascinatingly cool textures ranging from hip-hop to atmospheric new age with just enough jazz tradition infused to cross genres. It's a credit to Golub, in fact, that his wide palette of original compositions ring truer than do surefire soul covers like "Pick Up the Pieces" or "I'll Be Around." Braun (who adds his own trumpet flair) allows the sure-fisted Golub to be the star here, keeping the moods potent but slightly understated, even on the Tower of Power-like charts of the best cut, "Gimmie Some." The album's real charm lies in its shifting, unpredictable dynamics, as Golub attains out-there fusion textures just before softening to a Wes Montgomery-like solo pose on the soft-spoken strains of "Moon River." Definitely an auspicious debut.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub & 'Avenue Blue'
Альбом: Naked City [CD' USA Mesa-Bluemoon]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 1996
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:59:19
Треклист:
01. Funky is as Funky Does [00:05:08]
02. Naked City [00:04:17]
03. Nitpickin' [00:04:39]
04. The Conversation [00:05:05]
05. Baby I'm Yours [00:04:36]
06. Mamma Didn't Raise No Fool [00:05:19]
07. Wildflower [00:04:53]
08. Keep the Ball Rollin' [00:03:49]
09. The Nite Owl [00:04:58]
10. Tumblin' [00:04:50]
11. Yohimbe [00:04:53]
12. Spooky [00:04:19]
13. One More Excuse (To Play the Blues) [00:02:25]
Jeff Golub & 'Avenue Blue' - 1996 - Naked City
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 1996 Mesa / Bluemoon Records (USA) (January 23, 1996)
Audio CD Release: 1996 Mesa / Bluemoon Records [#92658]
Total Playtime: 00:59:19
01. [05:08] Funky is as Funky Does
02. [04:17] Naked City
03. [04:40] Nitpickin'
04. [05:05] The Conversation
05. [04:37] Baby I'm Yours
06. [05:20] Mama Didn't Raise No Fool
07. [04:52] Wildflower
08. [03:50] Keep the Ball Rollin'
09. [04:58] The Nite Owl
10. [04:50] Tumblin'
11. [04:53] Yohimbe
12. [04:20] Spooky
13. [02:25] One More Excuse (To Play the Blues)
Source [FLAC.image.cue] : 40years = http://СПАМ.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3293502
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub (guitar)
- Jim Biggins (tenor sax, flute)
- Don Harris (trumpet)
- Steve Gaboury (keyboards)
- Jeff Levine (hammond b-3 organ)
- Lincoln Goins (bass)
- Steve Barbuto (drums)
- Roger Squitero, Raphael DeJesus, Scott Breahman (percussion)
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Credit:
- Produced by: Rick Braun
- Co-produced by: Jeff Golub and George Nauful
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Awards:
1996 -- Top Contemporary Jazz Albums -- 16
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Review
Jeff and his band, Avenue Blue are back with their second Bluemoon recording, naked city, revisiting the soul, funk and blues stylings that peppered his acclaimed debut. Adding their talents to the project are guests Bob James and Phoebe Snow, plus a new band of New York musicians.' naked city' features thirteen tracks.....ten Golub - penned originals, plus remakes of such pop classics as "Baby I'm Yours," "Spooky," and "Wildflower." The goal of the new album was to capture the mood and spontaneity of a live club date. For naked city, Jeff and co-producer Rick Braun went into the studio with a full rhythm section and more. Only the horns and a few keyboard and percussion parts were overdubbed. A lot of the tracks were recorded on the first or second take. naked city juxtaposes fluid warmth and cool textures to create moods and atmospheres that both soothe and surprise !
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Review by Daevid Jehnzen
Avenue Blue's Naked City is a laid-back, mellow jazz and soul fusion, highlighted by blues flourishes. The main distinguishing feature of the group is guitarist Jeff Golub, whose fluid playing dominates the record, even when he is accompanying such guest stars as Phoebe Snow and Bob James.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub & 'Avenue Blue'
Альбом: Nightlife [CD' USA Mesa-Bluemoon]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 1997
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:47:29
Треклист:
01. Nightlife [00:04:40]
02. Bobby's Mood [00:04:59]
03. Always There [00:05:02]
04. Seventh Heaven [00:05:12]
05. Daylight [00:05:02]
06. (Oh No) No Mo Yo [00:04:13]
07. A Woman's Touch [00:05:02]
08. Thank You, May I Have Another [00:04:37]
09. Only a Memory [00:04:29]
10. In Crowd [00:04:08]
Jeff Golub & 'Avenue Blue' - 1997 - Nightlife
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 1997 Mesa / Bluemoon Records (USA) (July 29, 1997)
Audio CD Release: 1997 Mesa / Bluemoon Records [# 92768]
Total Playtime: 00:47:23
01. [04:41] Nightlife
02. [04:59] Bobby's Mood
03. [05:02] Always There
04. [05:11] Seventh Heaven
05. [05:03] Daylight
06. [04:12] (Oh No) No Mo Yo
07. [05:03] A Woman's Touch
08. [04:37] Thank You, May I Have Another
09. [04:29] Only a Memory
10. [04:07] In Crowd
Source [APE.image.cue] : Miljad = http://torrents.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?t=185193
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - Composer, Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer
- Lincoln Goines, Chico Huff, Cliff Hugo - Bass
- Jack Daro - Bass (Acoustic)
- Neil Jason - Bass, Composer
- Rick Braun - Bass, Composer, Engineer, Flugelhorn, Horn Arrangements, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Trumpet
- Scott Breadman - Congas, Percussion
- Al Forman - Keyboards
- Steve Gaboury - Engineer, Fender Rhodes, Synthesizer
- Jeff Levine - Engineer, Organ (Hammond), Piano (Electric), Wurlitzer
- Hilary James - Fender Rhodes
- Andrew Lippman - Trombone
- Steve Ferrone, David Palmer, Steve Barbuto - Drums
- Roger Squitero - Percussion
- Sammy Merendino - Drum Programming
- Fred White - Arranger, Bass, Vocals (Background)
- Dad Woodford - Flute, Horn Arrangements, Saxophone
- Jim Biggins - Flute, Saxophone
- Don Harris - Horn Arrangements, Trumpet
- Grayson Hugh - Vocals
- Lynn Fiddmont, Bridgette Bryant-Fiddmont - Vocals (Background)
- Gato Barbieri - Guest Artist, Saxophone
- Bill Evans - Guest Artist, Saxophone
- Bob James - Guest Artist, piano
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Credit:
- P.B. Allen III, Paul Allen, R.Braun, R.Laws, Ronnie Laws, Billy Page, Harold Payne, T.Harold Payne, Bobby Womack, William Jeffrey, W.Jeffries - Composer
- Produced by: Bud Harner & Rick Braun
- Charlie Bouis, Jon Marshall Smith, Steven Miller, Tim Conklin - Engineer
- Eddie King - Engineer, Mixing
- Steve Hall - Mastering
- Daniel Ray, Daniel Miller - Photography
- Brenda Rotheiser - Art Direction, Design
- George Nauful - Executive Producer
========================
Awards:
1997 -- Top Contemporary Jazz Albums -- 13
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Out of the Blue [CD' UDA Bluemoon-Atlantic]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 1999
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 01:05:02
Треклист:
01. Wanna Funk [00:05:20]
02. Indiana Moon [00:04:35]
03. Manteca [00:04:22]
04. The Velvet Touch [00:06:09]
05. My Everything [00:06:27]
06. Lucky Strike [00:05:03]
07. Latitude 19 [00:05:34]
08. Come on Home [00:04:44]
09. Paradise Lost [00:07:41]
10. Groanin' [00:09:44]
11. Wanna Funk [alternate mix] [00:05:19]
Jeff Golub - 1999 - Out of the Blue
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 1999 Atlantic / Bluemoon (UDA ) (May 18, 1999)
Audio CD Release: 1999 Atlantic / Bluemoon (UDA ) [#92819]
Total Playtime: 00:59:39
01. [05:20] Wanna Funk?
02. [04:35] Indiana Moon
03. [04:22] Manteca
04. [06:09] The Velvet Touch
05. [06:27] My Everything
06. [05:03] Lucky Strike
07. [05:34] Latitude 19
08. [04:44] Come on Home
09. [07:41] Paradise Lost
10. [09:44] Groanin'
Source [FLAC.tracks.cue] : fiks22 = http://СПАМ.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4123399
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - guitar
- Philippe Saisse - keyboards
- Steve Ferrone - drums
- Tony Levin - bass, Chapman stick
- Guest Performers: Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum, Marc Antoine, Philippe Saisse, Steve Ferrone, Tony Levin, Ricky Peterson, Richie Flores, Jim Hynes, Tim Reis, Michael Davis, Jimmy Biggins, Steve Barbuto, Lincoln Goines, Roger Squitero, Jeff Levine, Don Harris, Steve Gaboury, Kenny White, Leon Pendarvis, Vaneese Thomas, James Williams, Shawn Pelton, Dave Woodford
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Credit:
- Produced by: Jeff Golub & Philippe Saisse
- Engineering by: Roy Hendrickson & Steven Miller
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Awards:
1999 -- Top Contemporary Jazz Albums -- 21
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Review by Jonathan Widran
Jeff Golub is categorized in the smooth jazz genre because he's an instrumentalist; at heart, though, he's an Eric Clapton styled rockin' blues guitar player who, on Out of the Blue, finds himself stumbling happily into Tower of Power-like jam sessions. He pulls no punches from the start, rocking hard and furious with his distorted electric thrust darting around and over Ricky Peterson's brooding B-3 and a three-piece horn section on "Wanna Funk?" Same idea, south of the border style, on the similarly hard-hitting Latin blues hurricane "Manteca," where Golub explores some improvisational territory in between sizzling solo sections by his longtime friend Rick Braun. Golub co-produced the album with keyboardist Philippe Saisse, whose comparatively laid-back style keeps Golub in the cool on more mid-tempo, easy to latch onto pieces like "Indiana Moon"; the guitarist gets more aggressive as the song progresses, but the hooky piano harmony line stays a constant. Saisse helps bring out Golub's completely meditative side on "The Velvet Touch" for about half the tune before the electricity rises once again. It's as if Golub just can't keep his virtuosity to himself, no matter how emotionally restrained the trappings. "Groanin'" is a unique departure which plays as though Golub got up one night in a straight-ahead jazz club and tried his hand (pretty convincingly, at that) at the bebop quartet thing.
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Review by Michael Ross from allcdcovers.com
Guitarist Jeff Golub's three previous CDs, released under the name Avenue Blue, have infused the smooth-jazz format with a much needed shot of soul. Out of the Blue ups the ante a notch by injecting more rock elements. "Indiana Moon" could be an Eric Clapton track sans vocals. Clapton's occasional drummer, Steve Ferrone, adds to the illusion and (with Tony Levin, bass and stick) to the real rhythm section that separates Golub's work from the lifeless programming of some of his "happy jazz" companions. "Manteca" recalls a Santana samba--but throughout the tune, it's more Jimi Hendrix than either Eric or Carlos. "Wanna Funk?" and "Groanin'" offer ripping solos more pleasing to guitar fans than to "wave" programmers. Golub's said that he wants "to play like Al Green sings," and it's his touch that makes him distinctive. If Out of the Blue's smooth, modern ballad arrangements result in him sounding at times closer to Luther Vandross than to the earthier Green, that's still a fine voice to reach for.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Dangerous Curves [CD' USA Verve-GRP]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2000
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 01:01:09
Треклист:
01. Dangerous Curves [00:05:50]
02. Droptop [00:05:49]
03. Another Friday Night [00:04:47]
04. Mister Magic [00:04:22]
05. Step Aside [00:04:31]
06. No Two Ways about It [00:03:59]
07. Gone but Not Forgotten [00:06:03]
08. Lost Weekend [00:04:38]
09. Til We Meet Again [00:05:28]
10. Let's Talk It Over [00:05:53]
11. Walkin on the Sun [00:04:26]
12. Soul Serenade [00:05:16]
Jeff Golub - 2000 - Dangerous Curves
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2000 Verve / GRP (USA) (June 20, 2000)
Audio CD Release: 2000 Verve / GRP (USA) [#E5436882]
Total Playtime: 01:01:08
01. [05:51] Dangerous Curves
02. [05:49] Droptop
03. [04:47] Another Friday Night
04. [04:22] Mister Magic
05. [04:32] Step Aside
06. [04:00] No Two Ways about It
07. [06:02] Gone but Not Forgotten
08. [04:39] Lost Weekend
09. [05:28] Til We Meet Again
10. [05:53] Let's Talk It Over
11. [04:27] Walkin on the Sun
12. [05:15] Soul Serenade
... Audio CD Release: 2000 GRP [#24031]
13. Soul Serenade [bonus track]
Source [FLAC.image.cue] : fedoroff66 = http://СПАМ.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2651047
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - Composer, Guitar (Electric), Primary Artist, Producer
- Rick Braun - Guest Artist, Handclapping
- Steve Ferrone - Drums
- Mitchel Forman - Bass, Guest Artist
- Bud Harner - Composer, Producer, Snaps
- Sammy Merendino - Percussion
- Kevin Savigar - Organ (Hammond)
- Lee Thornburg - Arranger, Flugelhorn, Trombone, Trumpet
- Peter White - Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic)
- David Woodford - Arranger, Flute, Horn Arrangements, Saxophone
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Credit:
- Produced by: Jeff Golub & Bud Harner
- Recorded: January 11-16, 2000 by Steve Sykes at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles and January 21-22, 2000 at LA, FX, North Hollywood
- Engineering Assistance by: Israel Hernandez
- Additional recording on «Soul Serenade» by Israel Hernandez
- Erich Gobel - Mixing
- Steve Sykes - Engineer, Mixing
- Israel Hernandez - Assistant Engineer, Engineer
- Rika Ichiki - Graphic Design
- Hollis King - Art Direction
- Kate Garner - Photography
- Greg Camp, Paul DeLisle, Luther Dixon, Steve Harwell, Neil Jason, King Curtis, Ralph MacDonald, Curtis Ousley, Chris Palmaro, William Salter, Smash Mouth - Composer
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Awards:
2000 -- Top Contemporary Jazz Albums -- 11
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Review by Jonathan Widran from allmusic.com
In its review of Jeff Golub's 1999 release Out of the Blue, Jazziz magazine boldly asserted that the guitarist's innovative style transcends typical smooth jazz boundaries, enthusiastically comparing him to Eric Clapton and Robben Ford — two of the greatest guitarists of all time. But there is more to Golub than rock and blues. Throw in the influences of Wes Montgomery, Jimi Hendrix, Les McCann, and Cannonball Adderly, add magical pop melodies and improvisations, and it's clear why Golub's been one of the genre's most popular performers since the mid-'90s. Playfully keeping what he calls a "beatnik funk vibe" throughout, his GRP debut Dangerous Curves perfectly captures this multitude of influences along with the energy and spontaneity of Golub's unforgettable live performances. Golub produced the album with veteran drummer and GRP/Verve marketing exec Bud Harner, who came up with the idea of creating a live club party feeling and loose, casual gig atmosphere featuring some of Golub's favorite musicians — Mitch Forman (keyboards), Lincoln Goines (bass), Steve Ferrone (drums), Dave Woodford (sax, flutes), Lee Thornburg (trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone), Peter White (acoustic guitar), Kevin Savigar (Hammond B-3), and Luis Conte (percussion). Golub's instincts never stray too far from his trademark jazz/blues base, from the brass-infused bebop-influenced blues of the title track to the restless and blistering funk bounce of "Another Friday Night." His dynamic mood swings cover a lot of intriguing territory, going wildly Latin on "Lost Weekend" and retro-soul for "No Two Ways About It," which seamlessly intertwines Forman's Rhodes and Savigar's simmering B-3. On the seductive "No Two Ways About It," Peter White's unmistakable, high-toned acoustic breezes dance jubilantly in and around Golub's tougher edges; the contrast brilliantly showcases the many faces of smooth jazz. Golub wrote or co-wrote most of the material on Dangerous Curves, but carefully chose a handful of unique covers to create new arrangements for "(That's) Mr. Magic (To You)," a meditative tribute to the late Grover Washington, Jr.; "Soul Serenade," a melancholy take on King Curtis' '60s blues hit recorded by Golub and company at 2 a.m.; and Smash Mouth's alternative hit "Walking on the Sun," which Golub approaches from a moody, atmospheric, Doors-like angle.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Do It Again [CD' USA Verve-GRP]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2002
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:46:57
Треклист:
01. Cut the Cake [00:04:59]
02. On the Beach [00:04:43]
03. Cruisin' [00:04:30]
04. Jesus Children of America [00:04:43]
05. If I Ever Lose This Heaven [00:04:59]
06. Cold Duck Time [00:05:00]
07. Turn Off the Lights [00:04:51]
08. Cold Sweat [00:04:53]
09. Mercy Mercy Me [00:03:49]
10. Crazy Love [00:04:27]
Jeff Golub - 2002 - Do It Again
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2002 Verve / GRP (USA) (March 26, 2002)
Audio CD Release: 2002 Verve / GRP (USA) [#589564]
Total Playtime: 00:46:56
01. [05:00] Cut the Cake (Average White Band)
02. [04:42] On the Beach (Chris Rea)
03. [04:31] Cruisin' (Smokey Robinson)
04. [04:42] Jesus Children of America (Stevie Wonder)
05. [05:00] If I Ever Lose This Heaven (Quincy Jones, Average White Band)
06. [05:00] Cold Duck Time (Eddie Harris)
07. [04:52] Turn Off the Lights (Teddy Pendergrass)
08. [04:51] Cold Sweat (James Brown)
09. [03:49] Mercy Mercy Me (Marvin Gaye)
10. [04:28] Crazy Love (Van Morrison)
Source [APE.image.cue] : vitaly_k = http://torrents.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?t=765513
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - Guitar, Primary Artist
- Alexis Alex, Jack Daro, David Carpenter, Roberto Vally - Bass
- Fred Clark - Guitar (Rhythm)
- Spring Cooper - Groomer
- David Youkhannah - Wardrobe
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Quest:
- Gerald Albright (tenor sax)
- Richard Elliot (tenor sax)
- Mitchell Forman (keyboards)
- Steve Ferrone (drums)
- Luis Conte (perc)
- Ricky Peterson (hammond b3)
- Jack Daro (acoustic bass)
- Dave Carpenter (acoustic bass)
- Alex Al (electric bass)
- Roberto Valle (electric bass)
- David Woodford (tenor sax)
- Nick Lane (trombone)
- Rick Braun (drum and keyboard programming / trumpet)
- Sue Ann Carwell (vocals on «If I Ever Lose This Heaven»)
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Credit:
- Recording Date - September 25, 2001 - October 22, 2001
- Produced by: Bud Harner & Rick Braun
- Kate Garner - Photography
- Steve Sykes - Engineer, Mixing
- Steve Hall - Mastering
- Bud Harner - Executive Producer, Producer
- Rika Ichiki - Design
- Hollis King - Art Direction
- Theodora Kuslan - Release Coordinator
- Marvin Gaye, Roger Ball, James Brown, Malcolm Duncan, Pee Wee Ellis, Kenny Gamble, Alan Gorrie, Eddie Harris, Leon Huff, Onnie McIntyre, Van Morrison, Chris Rea, Smokey Robinson, Pam Sawyer, Hamish Stuart, Marvin Tarplin, Leon Ware, Stevie Wonder - Composer
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Awards:
2002 -- Top Contemporary Jazz Albums -- 8
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Review by Michael Ross from allcdcovers.com
Guitarist Jeff Golub's Do It Again revisits the soulful sound that he has made his own. The former Rod Stewart sideman takes a break from composing and chooses a batch of classic covers with the same exquisite taste evidenced in his playing. Having had a hit with the Average White Band's instrumental "Pick Up the Pieces", why not return to the well for "Cut The Cake"? And while you are at it, grab their under-appreciated "If I Ever Lose This Heaven". To help anyone wondering where he garnered his influences, Golub also gives us tunes by the masters: James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson. As always, his playing demonstrates the three "Ts" of all great musicians: taste, "in the pocket" time and distinctive tone. If the record doesn't rock, it certainly grooves, and the solo on Eddie Harris's "Cold Duck Time" definitely pushes the boundaries of polite. Do It Again is a great listen for fans of guitar and great soul tunes.
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Review by Paula Edelstein from allmusic.com
The unparalleled art form of jazz is best defined by the musical legacies of its master artists. But a small handful of smooth jazz guitarists, including Jeff Golub, make every riff count and have made their own meaningful contributions by capturing its essence in a variety of styles. On this second outing titled Do It Again, the contemporary jazz favorite surrounds himself with a group of smooth jazz stars to update timeless tracks made famous by such soul artists as Eddie Harris, Teddy Pendergrass, and James Brown. The former lead guitarist for Rod Stewart performs with trumpeter Rick Braun and the chart-topping saxophonists Richard Elliot and Gerald Albright, among others, and gets the listener's groove on with Smoky Robinson's "Cruisin'," and Stevie Wonder's "Jesus Children of America." Their spirited remakes are earthy and sensual, yet fun and funky, and is a great opportunity to discover new talent and enjoy old favorites.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Soul Sessions [CD' USA Verve-GRP]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2003
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:57:30
Треклист:
01. Boom Boom [00:04:30]
02. Playin' It Cool [00:04:50]
03. Cadillac Jack [00:05:15]
04. Underneath It All [feat. Mindi Abair] [00:05:00]
05. Pass It On [00:04:30]
06. Isn't that So- [feat. Marc Cohn] [00:05:31]
07. Back Home [00:05:44]
08. Can't Let You Go [00:05:58]
09. Vibrolux [00:05:17]
10. Nubian Blue [00:05:10]
11. Skin Tight [feat. Sue Ann Carwell] [00:05:40]
Jeff Golub - 2003 - Soul Sessions
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2003 Verve / GRP (USA) (August 5, 2003)
Audio CD Release: 2003 Verve / GRP (USA) [#0761432]
Total Playtime: 00:57:30
01. [04:30] Boom Boom
02. [04:50] Playin' It Cool
03. [05:15] Cadillac Jack
04. [05:00] Underneath It All [feat. Mindi Abair]
05. [04:30] Pass It On
06. [05:31] Isn't that So? [feat. Marc Cohn]
07. [05:44] Back Home
08. [05:58] Can't Let You Go
09. [05:17] Vibrolux
10. [05:10] Nubian Blue
11. [05:40] Skin Tight [feat. Sue Ann Carwell]
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - guitar
- Marc Cohn (traks #6) - vocal
- Richard Elliot (tracks #2,5) - tenor saxophone
- Steve Cole (tracks #5) - tenor saxophone
- Mitchel Forman, Jeff Lorber, Chris Palmaro, Kenny White - keyboards
- Ricky Peterson - hammond b3
- Peter White (tracks #5) - acoustic guitar
- Alex Al, Andre Berry, Dave Carpenter, Nathan East, Lincoln Goines - bass
- Steve Ferrone, Shawn Pelton (tracks #1,6) - drums
- Luis Conte - percussion
- Rick Braun, Stan Martin - rumpet
- Nick Lane - rombone
- Dave Woodford - tenor saxophone & baritone saxophone)
- Mindi Abair (tracks #4), Sue Ann Carwell (tracks #11), Steve Perry (track #8) - vocal
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Credit:
- Recording Date - March 10, 2003 - April 17, 2003
- Produced by: Jeff Golub & Bud Harner
- Joe Ferla - Engineer
- Steve Sykes - Engineer, Mixing
- Bud Harner - Producer
- Rika Ichiki - Design
- Hollis King - Art Direction
- Stephen Marcussen - Mastering
- Donna Ranieri - Photo Production
- Rocky Schenck - Photography
- Neil Artwick, Tim Gant, Neil Jason, John McCurry, Ohio Players, Gwen Stefani, David Stewart, Jesse Winchester - Composer
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Awards:
2003 -- Top Contemporary Jazz -- 10
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Review by David Jeffries from allmusic.com
Soul Sessions presents Jeff Golub's attempt to recreate the '60s and '70s recording sessions where musicians played live together in the studio rather than the modern way of recording each separately. It makes for a more lively Golub album than usual and does overcome the overly slick and lifeless production that so many smooth jazz albums suffer from. But it's getting harder and harder to lump Golub with other smooth jazz artists as his albums become funkier and more soulful affairs than the competition offers. It's difficult not to think of late-period Wes Montgomery while listening to the opening "Boom Boom," and when Ricky Peterson's Hammond B-3 shows up here and there it pushes the album into the soul-jazz category. Soul Sessions mixes in some satisfying pop with a sunny cover of No Doubt's "Underneath It All," and the Golub original "Can't Let You Go," with Mindi Abair and Journey's Steve Perry guesting on vocals respectively. Marc Cohn's vocalizing on Jesse Winchester's "Isn't That So," and Luis Conte's focused percussion are also highlights. The album falls prey to smooth jazz's clichés only when saxophonist Richard Elliot sleepwalks through "Playin' It Cool," and Abair and Perry are given nothing more than their respective songs' titles as lyrics. Otherwise, the musicians' interaction is satisfying, but Golub's discography now just cries out for a live album.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Temptation [CD' USA Narada-EMI]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2005
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:46:10
Треклист:
01. Uptown Express [00:04:20]
02. On the Wes Side [00:04:28]
03. Metro Cafe [00:05:12]
04. Cream and Sugar [00:04:11]
05. Silhouette [00:04:43]
06. Take Me Home [00:04:01]
07. Temptation [00:03:19]
08. Evolution [00:03:36]
09. Just for You [00:04:27]
10. Have You Heard- [00:03:45]
11. Simple Pleasures [00:04:02]
Jeff Golub - 2005 - Temptation
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2005 Narada / EMI (USA) (May 24, 2005)
Audio CD Release: 2005 Narada / EMI (USA) [# 724387584822]
Total Playtime: 00:46:10
01. [04:20] Uptown Express
02. [04:26] On the Wes Side
03. [05:10] Metro Cafe
04. [04:09] Cream and Sugar
05. [04:40] Silhouette
06. [03:59] Take Me Home
07. [03:17] Temptation
08. [03:34] Evolution
09. [04:26] Just for You
10. [03:45] Have You Heard?
11. [04:00] Simple Pleasures
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - Composer, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel, Primary Artist
- Tariqh Akoni - Guitar
- Johnny Britt - Bass, Bass Instrument, Composer, Drums, Flugelhorn, Keyboards, Main Personnel
- Paul Brown - Drum Programming, Engineer, Guitar (Acoustic), Mixing, Percussion, Producer
- Dragan Capor - Arranger, Composer, Digital Editing, Engineer, Keyboards, Producer, Programming
- Dave Carpenter - Bass (Acoustic), Double Bass, Main Personnel
- Jeff Carruthers - Composer, Guitar (Rhythm), Keyboards
- Lenny Castro - Main Personnel, Percussion
- Brian Culbertson - Arranger, Audio Engineer, Bass, Drums, Engineer, Keyboards, Producer
- Steve Ferrone - Drums, Main Personnel
- Al Forman - Keyboards
- Mitchel Forman - Keyboards, Main Personnel
- Euge Groove - Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
- Jerry Hey - Horn Arrangements, Main Personnel, Trumpet
- Dan Higgins - Main Personnel, Saxophone
- Herman Jackson - Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Organ
- Chuck Kentis - Composer, Horn, Keyboards
- Bernhard Penzias - Guitar, Programming
- William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. - Main Personnel, Trombone
- Louis Taylor - Saxophone
- Roberto Vally - Bass
- Freddie "Ready Freddie" Washington - Bass
- David Kahlid Woods - Bass, Composer, Drums, Keyboards
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Credit:
- Produced by: Jeff Golub & Paul Brown
- David Rideau - Engineer
- Lori Stoll - Photography
- Stephen Marcussen - Mastering
- Gerald McCauley - Arranger, Composer, Producer
- Chris Palmaro - Composer
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Awards:
2005 -- Top Contemporary Jazz -- 8
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Review by Matt Collar fron allmusic.com
Having explored a more organic '70s R&B sound on his 2003 release Soul Sessions, guitarist Jeff Golub returns to a more standard smooth jazz sound on Temptation. Still full of light but funky instrumental jazz, the album isn't as adventurous as his last outing. However, Golub is an adept improvisor and longtime fans should find much to enjoy here. Standout tracks include the Wes Montgomery homage "On the Wes Side," the mysteriously mellow Latin track "Metro Cafe," and the Sade-esque "Simple Pleasures."
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Grand Central [CD' USA Narada-EMI]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2007
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:53:18
Треклист:
01. Hello Betty [00:03:51]
02. Lulu's Back [00:04:26]
03. If You Want Me to Stay [00:06:02]
04. Mojito [feat. Philippe Saisse] [00:04:20]
05. Something [00:04:54]
06. Shockwave [00:05:15]
07. Slinky [feat. Kirk Whalum] [00:04:53]
08. Grand Central [00:04:12]
09. Ain't No Woman (Like The One I Got) [feat. Richard Elliot] [00:04:09]
10. The Way I Feel Tonight [00:05:39]
11. Stuffin' It [00:05:33]
Jeff Golub - 2007 - Grand Central
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2007 Narada Jazz / EMI (USA) (March 6, 2007)
Audio CD Release: 2007 Narada Jazz / EMI (USA) [#64740]
Total Playtime: 00:53:18
01. [03:51] Hello Betty
02. [04:27] Lulu's Back
03. [06:02] If You Want Me to Stay
04. [04:20] Mojito [feat. Philippe Saisse]
05. [04:54] Something
06. [05:15] Shockwave
07. [04:53] Slinky [feat. Kirk Whalum]
08. [04:13] Grand Central
09. [04:10] Ain't No Woman (Like the One I Got) [feat. Richard Elliot]
10. [05:39] The Way I Feel Tonight
11. [05:34] Stuffin' It
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub - Audio Production, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Producer
- Alex Al - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
- Rick Braun - Flugelhorn, Main Personnel, Organ, Producer, Programming, Trumpet
- Paul Brown - Main Personnel, Percussion
- Luis Conte - Main Personnel, Percussion, Tambourine
- Richard Elliot - Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
- Steve Ferrone, David Palmer, Shawn Pelton - Drums, Main Personnel
- Mitchel Forman - Clavinet, Fender Rhodes, Keyboards, Main Personnel, Organ, Piano, Synthesizer Strings
- Lincoln Goines - Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric), Main Personnel
- Randy Jacobs - Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm)
- Nick Lane - Horn Arrangements, Main Personnel, Trombone
- Chris Palmaro - Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Hammond B3, Keyboards, Main Personnel, Organ (Hammond)
- Philippe Saisse - Main Personnel, Piano, Primary Artist
- Roger Squitero - Percussion
- Freddie "Ready Freddie" Washington - Bass (Electric), Main Personnel
- Kirk Whalum - Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
- Kenny White - Main Personnel, Piano
- Dave Woodford - Main Personnel, Saxophone
- David Woodford - Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
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Credit:
- Producer: Jeff Golub
- Co-producer: Steven Miller
- Greg Calbi Mastering
- Steve Chapman Management
- Gordon H. Jee Creative Director
- Erik Zobler Engineer
- Lori Stoll Photography
- Paul Rayner-Brown Engineer, Percussion, Producer
- George Harrison, Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart - Composer
- Steven Miller Engineer, Mixing, Producer
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Awards:
2007 -- Top Contemporary Jazz -- 9
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Review by Jonathan Widran from allmusic.com
A staple of the smooth jazz format since the mid-'90s, the former sideman for Rod Stewart fills a unique rock/blues gap between the genre's overabundance of R&B-influenced saxmen and the cool, classy elegance of artists like Chris Botti. At his best, as on this exciting collection, he's raw and just a bit dirty, wailing with his buddies and having some loose, energetic fun. Though fans mostly saw him out there on the Guitars & Saxes Tour or on countless smooth cruises, Jeff Golub spent his down time at home in N.Y.C. seeking out local clubs where he could jam with his buddies and break in some new material. Fashioned as a celebration of both the loud and subtle conversations between workaday New Yorkers, Grand Central found Golub happy in the midst of his adopted hometown, jamming hard and fast as if the subway's doors are closing and he's just about to jump on or off. He plays it mostly fast and funky, but shows a unique emotional depth by making his guitar gently weep on a nice cover of "Something." It's clear he's having a blast taking a live-in-the-studio approach with a handful of the cats he ensembles with around town. Keyboardist Chris Palmaro throws a buoyant piano harmony down on the brassy scorcher "Hello Betty" (inspired by an old romantic gum commercial!) as easily as he creates a retro-chill cool on Sly Stone's "If You Want Me to Stay" (a vibe that echoes Golub's more laid-back previous disc, Temptation). On the Ray Charles-influenced "The Way I Feel Tonight," the guitarist's sweet, bluesy charm is massaged by Palmaro's brooding B-3 and pianist Kenny White's jazzy shimmer. Golub always includes tracks with his smoothie all-star pals; here, Rick Braun leads the horn section on "Hello Betty" (which he also produced), Kirk Whalum goes dark and cool on the acoustic jazz ballad "Slinky," and Richard Elliot keeps the customer satisfied on a pleasant cover of "Ain't No Woman Like the One I Got." The brightest cameo belongs to Philippe Saisse, who invokes the spirit of Les McCann stunningly on the crazed, horn-drenched soul-jazz jam "Mojito," a track inspired by a drink Golub dubbed a favorite on one of the smooth cruises. After a low-key chilled-out turn on his previous disc, it's great to hear him partying again.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Six String Santa [CD' USA Metro Cafe] [CBR.192.Lame.3.98r]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2007
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 192 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:31:49
Треклист:
01. We Wish You a Merry Christmas [00:02:54]
02. O' Christmas Tree [00:03:04]
03. Jingle Bells [00:03:11]
04. Silent Night [00:04:17]
05. We Three Kings [00:02:59]
06. O Come All Ye Faithful [00:03:01]
07. Greensleeves [00:02:16]
08. Deck the Halls [00:03:58]
09. The First Noel [00:02:29]
10. Auld Lang Syne [00:03:36]
Jeff Golub - 2007 - Six String Santa
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2007 Metro Cafe Records (USA)
Audio CD Release: 2007 Metro Cafe Records (USA)
Total Playtime: 00:31:45
01. [02:55] We Wish You a Merry Christmas
01. [03:04] O' Christmas Tree
01. [03:12] Jingle Bells
01. [04:18] Silent Night
01. [02:59] We Three Kings
01. [03:01] O Come All Ye Faithful
01. [02:16] Greensleeves
01. [03:58] Deck the Halls
01. [02:30] The First Noel
01. [03:37] Auld Lang Syne
Source [CBR.192.Lame.3.98r] : xx = http://musicmp3spb.org/album/six_string_santa.html
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Исполнитель: Jeff Golub
Альбом: Blues for You [CD' USA E1-Koch]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2009
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:52:00
Треклист:
01. Shuffleboard [00:03:28]
02. Rooster Blues [feat. Peter Wolf] [00:03:35]
03. Goin' On [feat. Kirk Whalum] [00:05:54]
04. Everybody Wants You [feat. Billy Squier] [00:05:38]
05. The Blink of an Eye [00:06:02]
06. I Don't Worry about a Thing [feat. Marc Cohn] [00:03:39]
07. Nikki's Walk [00:05:05]
08. Lost Mind [feat. John Waite] [00:03:20]
09. Gone Fishin' [00:04:15]
10. Fish Fare [00:04:57]
11. I'll Play the Blues for You [00:06:02]
Jeff Golub - 2009 - Blues for You
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2009 E1 (Entertainment One Music) / Koch (USA) (August 25, 2009)
Audio CD Release: 2009 E1 / Koch (USA) [# 4540]
Total Playtime: 00:52:00
01. [03:28] Shuffleboard
02. [03:35] Rooster Blues [feat. Peter Wolf]
03. [05:54] Goin' On [feat. Kirk Whalum]
04. [05:39] Everybody Wants You [feat. Billy Squier]
05. [06:02] The Blink of an Eye
06. [03:39] I Don't Worry about a Thing [feat. Marc Cohn]
07. [05:05] Nikki's Walk
08. [03:20] Lost Mind [feat. John Waite]
09. [04:15] Gone Fishin'
10. [04:57] Fish Fare
11. [06:02] I'll Play the Blues for You
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Cast:
- Jeff Golub (guitar)
- Shawn Pelton (drums & percussion)
- Tony Garnier (acoustic & electric bass)
- Kenny White (keyboards)
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Quest:
- Rick Braun (trumpet)
- Dave Woodford (tenor & baritone sax)
- Nick Lane (trombone, horns arrangement)
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Special Guests:
- Marc Cohn (vocals on «I Don’t Worry About A Thing» & «I’ll Play The Blues For You»)
- Billy Squier (vocals & acoustic guitar on «Everybody Wants You»)
- John Waite (vocals on «Lost Mind»)
- Peter Wolf (vocals on «Rooster Blues»)
- Bud Harner, Tony Garnier, Kenny White & Billy Squier (background bocals on «Everybody Wants You»)
- Chris Palmaro (b3 on «Shuffleboard»)
- Kirk Whalum (sax on «Goin’ On»)
- John Cleary (piano on «Lost Mind»)
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Credit:
- Produced & Mixed by: John Porter
- Recording Engineered by: Michael O’Reilly @ Skyline Studios NYC,
- Assisted by: Charley Hustle, Amos Halfi & Nick Miller
- Additional Recording: The House Of Blues Studio, Encino CA
- Engineer: Doug Tyo; Weebeehawkin’ Sound, Weehawken NJ and Camp Street Studio, Cambridge
- MA Engineer: Alex Hartman
- Additional Engineering: Jeff Golub & John Porter
- Mixed at: The Dume Room, Malibu CA;
- Assistant: Daisy
- Mastered by Stephen Marcussen
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Awards:
2010 -- Jazz Albums -- 22
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Review by Matt Collar from allmusic.com
Guitarist Jeff Golub has long mixed his soulful crossover jazz with a healthy dose of modern electric blues. However, he's never devoted a whole album to the kind of greasy rocking blues that makes up his 2009 effort Blues for You. An assured fret-wiz with a knack for juicy, well-tempered jazz licks, here we find Golub going for more of a laid-back shuffle and rocking twang that is more Stevie Ray Vaughan than George Benson. Joining Golub are a bevy of unexpected, but no-less blues familiars, guest vocalists most likely culled from Golub's time in the pop world backing Rod Stewart. Included are such names as Tom Waits, Marc Cohn, and even '80s rocker Billy Squier who shows up here to help Golub rework his classic hit "Everybody Wants You" into funky, Southern-blues drawl. The result works surprisingly well and overall brings to mind the earthy late-career efforts of Bob Dylan. Golub-himself has never sounded as muscular and assured as he does on such tracks as the shuffling jump-blues "Rooster Blues" which also features Peter Wolf sounding as inspired and back-alley slippery as ever. This album may be Blues for You, but it is clearly a work meant to please Golub's own soul as much as his audience's.
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Review
"Blues For You" is a great Smooth Jazz album, which shows why Jeff Golub has established a fine reputation as an exquisite guiter player and jazz musician. His guitar playing takes an aesthetic cue from the great exponents of the instrument, especially Wes Montgomery, George Benson, Lee Ritenour, and Larry Carlton, among others.
He is quite capable of playing straight-ahead bop and for sure he has all the skills for it. But like any creative soul musician he is willing to embrace influences and ideas from any genre that passes him by, adding a fresh and acutely contemporary aspect to his playing. On this album, which wires definitely towards the blues, Jeff Golub's fine style is perfectly suited to relaxed Smooth Jazz. The result is a soulful blend of jazz and modern electric rock/blues. The album features Shawn Pelton on drums , Tony Garnier on bass, and Kenny White on keyboards to round out the rhythm section. Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum and Jon Clearly also join in. For the first time, you will find some vocal tunes : in fact the band adds their own special magic alongside guest vocals from vocalists Billy Squier on the track "Everybody Wants You", Mark Cohn on "I Don't Worry About a Thing", Peter Wolf on "Rooster Blues" and John Waite on "Lost Mind". The album exudes mastery with his virtuoso guitar solos and the production and sound are top-notch "Blues For You" will appeal to lovers of Blues/Soul and Smooth Jazz, catch a master at work. My highlights: "Fish Fare", "Rooster Blues" and "Everybody Wants You".
Исполнитель: The Jeff Golub Band
Альбом: The Three Kings [CD' USA eOne]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2011
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:51:51
Треклист:
01. Let the Good Times Roll [00:03:00]
02. Born under a Bad Sign [00:04:46]
03. In Plain Sight [feat. Sonny Landreth] [00:03:38]
04. Help the Poor [00:05:42]
05. Side Tracked [feat. Robben Ford] [00:04:24]
06. Oh Pretty Woman [00:04:11]
07. Everyday I Have the Blues [00:02:36]
08. Haved You Ever Loved a Woman [00:03:44]
09. I'm Tore Down [00:03:17]
10. Freddie's Midnite Dream [00:04:22]
11. Stumblin' Home [00:02:56]
12. Three Kings [00:04:40]
13. The Thrill is Gone [00:04:29]
The Jeff Golub Band - 2011 - The Three Kings
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2011 eOne (Entertainment One Music) (USA) (June 28, 2011)
Audio CD Release: 2011 eOne (USA) [#EOM-CD-2135]
Total Playtime: 00:51:50
01. [03:00] Let the Good Times Roll
02. [04:46] Born Under a Bad Sign
03. [03:38] In Plain Sight [feat. Sonny Landreth]
04. [05:42] Help the Poor
05. [04:24] Side Tracked [feat. Robben Ford]
06. [04:10] Oh Pretty Woman
07. [02:36] Everyday I Have the Blues
08. [03:44] Have You Ever Loved a Woman
09. [03:17] I'm Tore Down
10. [04:22] Freddie's Midnight Dream
11. [02:56] Stumblin' Home
12. [04:40] Three Kings
13. [04:29] The Thrill is Gone
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Cast:
- Rick Braun - Trumpet
- Henry Butler - Arranger, Composer, Featured Artist, Group Member, Piano, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
- Josh Dion - Arranger, Composer, Drums, Group Member, Percussion, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
- Mitchel Forman - Engineer, String Arrangements, Synthesizer Strings
- Jeff Golub - Arranger, Composer, Engineer, Group Member, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals (Background)
- Euge Groove - Sax (Tenor)
- Bud Harner - Assistant Arranger, Management, Producer, Vocals (Background)
- Andy Hess - Arranger, Bass, Composer, Group Member, Photography, Vocals (Background)
- Nick Lane - Horn Arrangements, Trombone
- Chris Palmaro - Assistant Arranger, Hammond B3, Vocals (Background)
- Dave Woodford - Sax (Baritone)
- Robben Ford - Featured Artist, Guest Artist, Guitar
- Sonny Landreth - Featured Artist, Guest Artist, Slide Guitar
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Credit:
- Ben Liscio - Assistant Engineer
- Sean Marlowe - Art Direction, Design
- Sammy Merendino, Michael O'Reilly, Tony Daigle, Oscar Doniz - Engineer
- Chuck Mitchell - Executive Producer
- Lori Stoll - Photography
- Steve Sykes - Engineer, Mixing
- Rupert House - Mixing
- Paul Grosso - Creative Director
- Steve Hall - Mastering
- W.Bell, S.Thompson, A.C.Williams, B.B.King, K.Michael Coleman - Composer
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Awards:
2011 -- Top Blues Albums -- 13
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Review by Hal Horowitz from allmusic.com
If one-time smooth jazz guitarist Jeff Golub got his feet wet in the blues world with his previous release, 2009's Blues for You, he jumps into the ocean on this follow-up. As its title implies, he covers the music of the three unrelated Kings of the blues; B.B, Albert, and Freddie. It's not exactly a unique concept, but it works as an excellent vehicle for the guitarist to strut his stuff. Even if some of the choices are on the obvious side (does anyone really need another version of "The Thrill Is Gone" at this point, even if this one is an instrumental?), he lets loose on solos with an edgy abandon that was only hinted at on the majority of his early, far slicker work. There is still a lingering polished quality to some of this, but the appearance of guest pianist/vocalist Henry Butler -- who also gets star billing on the disc's cover -- fellow jazz/bluesman Robben Ford, and slide wizard Sonny Landreth go a long way to making this Golub's most incisive guitar outing. Horns pop up occasionally, adding Memphis soul to "I'm Tore Down" and "Oh Pretty Woman," and a jump/big-band influence to "Everyday I Have the Blues." Butler takes the sound down to New Orleans on his original that sums up the concept in "Three Kings" as Golub adds fiery if short solos. The guitarist also contributes the self-penned "In Plain Site," a second-line beat-driven instrumental that gives him and Landreth room to stretch out even within its rather short three-and-a-half-minute running time. He also opens up on Freddie's "Side Tracked," tossing off Clapton-styled licks that are both fluid and sharp, then slows things down with "Freddie's Midnight Dream," a terrific and relatively obscure find that provides Golub with plenty of space to solo within its gospel-styled framework, providing what is arguably the disc's finest moment. Golub's an established pro, but with The Three Kings, he's expanding his vision into roots music that shows off his talents far better than the more commercialized approach he has built his reputation on.
Исполнитель: Jeff Golub & Brian Auger
Альбом: Train Keeps a Rolling [CD' USA eOne]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2013
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:47:47
Треклист:
01. The Cat [00:03:18]
02. Isola Natale [00:04:19]
03. Train Keeps a Rolling [00:03:39]
04. I Love the Life I Live [00:05:12]
05. Pusherman [00:04:43]
06. How Long [00:03:54]
07. J&B [00:03:32]
08. Happiness is Just Around the Bend [00:04:42]
09. Shepherds Bush Market [00:04:02]
10. Whenever You're Ready [00:04:33]
11. Walking on the Moon [00:05:46]
Jeff Golub & Brian Auger - 2013 - Train Keeps a Rolling
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original Release: 2013 eOne (Entertainment One Music) (USA) (August 13, 2013)
Original Release: 2013 eOne (USA) [# EOM-CD-2490]
Total Playtime: 00:47:40
01. [03:18] The Cat
02. [04:19] Isola Natale
03. [03:39] Train Keeps a Rolling
04. [05:12] I Love the Life I Live
05. [04:43] Pusherman
06. [03:54] How Long
07. [03:32] J&B
08. [04:42] Happiness is Just Around the Bend
09. [04:02] Shepherds Bush Market
10. [04:33] Whenever You're Ready
11. [05:46] Walking on the Moon
Source [FLAC.image.cue] : RedHotBlues = http://СПАМ.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4541983 Bootleg (Russia)
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Cast:
- Brian Auger - Composer, Fender Rhodes, Hammond B3, Primary Artist
- Jeff Golub - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer
- Mindi Abair - Sax (Alto)
- Luis Conte - Percussion
- Christopher Cross - Vocals
- Steve Ferrone - Drums
- Derek Frank - Bass
- Nick Lane - Arranger, Trombone
- Steve Madaio - Trumpet
- David Pack - Guitar (Rhythm), Vocals
- Steve Sykes - Engineer, Guitar, Mixing
- Dave Woodford - Flute, Sax (Baritone)
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Credit:
- Chuck Oliner - Executive Producer
- Michael Golub - Engineer
- Jared Tuten, Russell Wiener - Vocal Engineer
- Sean Marlowe - Art Direction, Design
- Paul Grosso - Creative Director
- Lori Stoll - Photography
- Bud Harner - Producer
- Paul Carrack, Barry Dean, Willie Dixon, Chris Palmaro, Lalo Schifrin, The String, Curtis Mayfield - Composer
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Awards:
2013 -- Jazz Albums -- 12
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Review by Thom Jurek from allmusic.com
That guitarist Jeff Golub was able to record Train Keeps A Rolling at all is something of a miracle. In 2011, the optic nerves in the guitarist's eyes mysteriously and inexplicably collapsed, leaving him blind and in need of a guard dog. In September of 2012, while trying to catch the subway in New York, Golub fell onto the tracks as a train was approaching. He was clipped and dragged for a distance, but amazingly, other than cuts and bruises, he was unhurt. This makes the occasion of his 12th studio offering a special one. To mark it, his longtime co-producer Bud Harner suggested that he collaborate with one of his personal heroes, British keyboard giant Brian Auger. They enlisted drummer Steve Ferrone from Auger's Oblivion Express and bassist Derek Frank, who had also worked with the keyboardist. Various tracks are augmented by guests, including a four-piece horn section, percussionist Luis Conte, and vocalists Christopher Cross, Ambrosia's David Pack, and Alex Ligertwood (former Oblivion Express and Santana frontman). The program opens with a bright, funky reading of Lalo Schifrin's "The Cat" that accents the intuitive interplay between the B-3 and Golub's guitar playing. There are three Auger compositions too, including a new reading of the slinky jazz-rock nugget "Happiness Is Just Around the Bend" with Ligertwood reprising his Oblivion Express vocal role. More outstanding are the punchy, horn-drenched funk of "Shepherds Bush Market," which Auger wrote specifically for the date, and the previously unissued "Isola Natale," with its jazzy Latin groove. Pop rears its head in a sophisticated read of Paul Carrack's "How Long," beautifully sung by Cross, and ramped up soul-jazz appears in an instrumental take on Curtis Mayfield's iconic "Pusherman," with a terrific horn chart and a monster B-3 solo. Golub shines throughout, but particularly on the ironically dubbed title track, which commences as a frenetic tropical salsa before giving way to steamy, Latin-fused jazz-rock. The only weak spots here are in the workmanlike version of the Police's "Walking on the Moon" and the Mose Allison-influenced read of Willie Dixon's "I Love the Life I Live"; both could have been left off without consequence. By and large, however, Train Keeps A Rolling is proof positive that you can't keep a great musician down; it is inspired, kinetic, and chock-full of fine playing and arranging.
Исполнитель: Various Artists (VA)
Альбом: The Vault [CD' USA eOne]
Жанр: Jazz Smooth Guitar
Дата выпуска: 2015
Формат: MP3 (tracks)
Битрейт: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:47:43
Треклист:
01. Funky is as Funky Does [00:03:49]
02. One More Excuse to Play the Blues [00:03:51]
03. Open Up [00:03:32]
04. Gimmie Some [00:04:35]
05. Swagster (PKJ) [00:04:18]
06. Keep the Ball Rolling [00:04:15]
07. Jeff's Blues (Mama Didn't) [00:04:45]
08. Groanin [00:03:54]
09. Atlanta Nights [00:05:05]
10. Naked City [live] [00:09:33]
Jeff Golub - 2015 - The Vault
Genre: Smooth Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Funk / Guitar
Original CD Release: 2015 eOne (Entertainment One Music) (USA) [EOM-CD-9484]
Total Playtime: 00:47:42
01. [03:49] Funky is as Funky Does [feat. Boney James, Rick Braun]
02. [03:51] One More Excuse to Play the Blues [feat. Bill Evans, Steven Miller]
03. [03:33] Open Up [feat. Jeff Lorber]
04. [04:36] Gimmie Some [feat. Mindi Abair, Rick Braun]
05. [04:19] Swagster (PKJ) [feat. Philippe Saisse, Kirk Whalum]
06. [04:16] Keep the Ball Rolling [feat. Gerald Albright, Brian Culbertson, Richard Elliot]
07. [04:46] Jeff's Blues (Mama Didn't) [feat. Dave Koz, Rick Braun]
08. [03:55] Groanin [feat. Mitchel Forman, Steve Ferrone]
09. [05:06] Atlanta Nights [feat. Peter White, Jeff Young]
10. [09:33] Naked City [live] [feat. Mitchel Forman, Andre Berry, Steve Ferrone]
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On New Year's Day 2015, the music world mourned the death of Jeff Golub. After suffering the loss of his eyesight 3 years earlier, Jeff was diagnosed with PSP, a rare brain disease which rapidly debilitated his entire body and ultimately robbed him of the ability to play guitar. Knowing that Jeff's playing days were over, three of his closest friends and musical collaborators, Steven Miller, Rick Braun and Bud Harner dug deep into the Golub vault and uncovered some rare gems - radically different versions of some of Jeff's early tunes along with 2 songs that were never released.
From there, Jeff handpicked a number of musical friends to add to the recordings and give each song a modern twist and unique flavor.
The Vault has become an All-Star Tribute to the genius that was Jeff Golub. The Vault was completed just days before Jeff's tragic death and provides a passionate and soulful overview of one of the music community's most beloved artists.
The Vault includes collaborations with: Dave Koz, Mindi Abair, Kirk Whalum, Rick Braun, Philippe Saisse, Boney James, Brian Culbertson, Jeff Lorber, Bill Evans, Gerald Albright, Peter White, Richard Elliot and Steve Ferrone.
Jeff Golub (Джефф Голуб) - известный американский джазовый гитарист, композитор, аранжировщик, продюсер.
Родился в 1955 году в штате Огайо, в возрасте 8 лет уже взял в руки свою первую гитару. Поворотным моментом в биографии Джеффа стало его знакомство с творчеством легендарного джазового гитариста Wes Montgomery. Джефф окончил престижный Berklee College of Music в Бостоне. Параллельно с учебой он в составе разных групп выступал в небольших клубах Бостона. В начале 1980-х годов Джефф обосновался в Нью-Йорке, где начал успешную карьеру в качестве сессионного и концертного музыканта. Джефф принимал участие в записи 7 альбомов группы ‘Billy Squier’, а также в 3-х мировых турне в составе его группы. В последующие годы Джефф сотрудничал с Tina Turner, John Waite, Peter Wolf, Vanessa Williams, Ashford & Simpson, Dar Williams. В 1988 году Джефф вошел в состав музыкального коллектива суперзвезды Rod Stewart, сотрудничество с которым продолжалось более 8 лет. Продолжая активную работу сессионного музыканта, Джефф издает в 1988 году на лейбле Gaia свой дебютный альбом. В 1994 году гитарист основал собственный музыкальный проект ‘Avenue Blue’ с характерным саундом, представлявшим собой сочетание soul, funk с оттенками blues (в рамках проекта были изданы 3 альбома). Альбом 1999 года ‘Out of the Blue’, записанный при участии Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum, Marc Antoine, Philippe Saisse был представлен уже как сольный альбом гитариста. Подписав контракт с известным лейблом GRP Records, гитарист издает новые альбомы, успех которых подтвердил его репутацию как блестящего музыканта с неповторимым музыкальным почерком, сочетающим jazz, R&B, soul, funk с характерным блюзовым саундом. В записи альбомов Jeff Golub принимали участие именитые мастера жанра, среди которых Gerald Albright, Richard Elliot, Steve Cole, Jeff Lorber, Peter White, Mindi Abair, Euge Groove, Brian Culbertson, Kirk Whalum и многие другие

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