- Performer:Jeff Golub
- Title:Out of the Blue
- Style:Crossover Jazz,Jazz-Pop,Contemporary Jazz,Guitar Jazz,Jazz Instrument
- Date of release:May 18, 1999
- Recording location:Avitar Studios
- Size FLAC version1389 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1797 megabytes
- Size WMA version1935 megabytes
- Formats:VOC MPC APE MP1 MMF WMA
Jeff Golub (April 15, 1955 – January 1, 2015) was an American jazz guitarist who had a solo career and who led the band Avenue Blue. He worked as a sideman for a number of rock and pop musicians. He was arguably best known for his work with Rod Stewart, with whom he played from 1988 until 1995. Golub was born in Copley Township, Ohio, near Akron. He grew up listening to pop music, rock, blues, funk, and R&B. In the 1970s he attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. 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.
Jeff Golub (born April 15, 1955, Akron, Ohio, USA - died January 1, 2015, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz guitarist who released twelve solo albums and three albums as the leader of the instrumental band, Avenue Blue. He his also known for his work with Rod Stewart, with whom he played from 1988 until 1995 performing on four albums and five world tours, as well as recording a live DVD.
Jeff Golub - 1994 - Avenue Blue . Original LP Release: 1994 Mesa, Bluemoon Records (November 15, 1994) Audio CD Release: 1994 Mesa, Bluemoon Records Total Playtime: 00:51:57 01. Pick Up the Pieces 0. Nauful - Executive Producer Awards: 1997 - Top Contemporary Jazz Albums - 13. Jeff Golub - 1999 - Out of the Blue. Original LP Release: 1999 Atlantic, Bluemoon (UDA ) (May 18, 1999) Audio CD Release: 1999 Atlantic, Bluemoon (UDA ) Total Playtime: 00:59:39 01. Wanna Funk?
Biography by Alex Henderson. Tasteful guitarist who blended jazz, R&B, and pop; a soul-jazz improviser at heart. See Full Discography.
While Avenue Blue, Naked City, and Nightlife had been billed as "Avenue Blue featuring Jeff Golub," 1999's Out of the Blue on Atlantic was billed as strictly Jeff Golub. After that, Golub moved to GRP/Verve, which released Dangerous Curves in 2000, Do It Again in 2002, and Soul Sessions in 2003. 07/35/5048899 240x240.
Artist: Jeff Golub Title Of Album: Collection Year Of Release: 1988-2011 Label: AtlantGRPNarada Jazz Genre: Jazz Smooth Jazz Total Time: 13:19:24 Format: Mp3 FLAC Quality: CBR 320 kbps. 1994 - Avenue Blue 01 Pick Up The Pieces 02 Stockholm Prelude 03 Stockholm 04 Gimmie Some 05 That's The Way Of The World 06 West Side Serenade 07 Nightingale 08 I'll Be Around 09 Atlanta Nights 10 Just Goodbye 11 Lucy I'm Home 12 Moon River. 1996 - Naked City 01] Funky Is As Funky Does 02] Naked City 03] Nitpickin' 04] The Conversation 05] Baby I'm Yours 06] Mama Didn't Raise No Fool 07] Wildflower 08] Keep The Ball Rollin' 09] The Nite Owl 10] Tumblin' 11] Yohimbe 12] Spooky 13] One More Excuse (To Play The Blues).
Artist: Jeff Golub Album: The Vault Genre: Smooth Jazz Label: Entertainment One Music Released: 2015 Quality: FLAC (tracks) Tracklist: 01. Funky Is As Funky Does (feat. Boney James, Rick Braun) 02. One More Excuse to Play the Blues (feat. Bill Evans, Steven Miller) 03. Open Up (feat. Swagster (PKJ) (feat. Philippe Saisse, Kirk Whalum) 06. Keep The Ball Rolling (feat. Gerald Albright, Brian Culbertson, Richard Elliot) 07. Jeff's Blues (Mama Didn't) (feat.
CreditsMarc Antoine - Guest Artist, Guitar (Nylon String)
Steve Barbuto - Drums
Elizabeth Barrett - Art Direction, Design
Jim Biggins - Flute
Rick Braun - Engineer, Flugelhorn, Guest Artist, Trumpet
Steve Ferrone - Drums, Guest Artist
Richie Flores - Horn Section, Percussion
Kate Garner - Photography
Dizzy Gillespie - Composer
Lincoln Goines - Bass
Jeff Golub - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer
Steve Hall - Mastering
Jean Hébrail - Editing
Roy Hendrickson - Engineer, Mixing
Jim Hynes - Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Neil Jason - Bass
Eddie King - Mixing
Kaori Kinoshita - Assistant Engineer
Tony Levin - Bass, Chapman Stick, Guest Artist
Jeff Levine - Engineer, Organ (Hammond)
Steve Martinez - Editing
Sammy Merendino - Editing
Steven Miller - Editing, Engineer
Shawn Pelton - Drums
Leon Pendarvis - Organ (Hammond)
Ricky Peterson - Guest Artist, Organ (Hammond)
Tim Reis - Saxophone
Philippe Saisse - Composer, Engineer, Guest Artist, Horn Arrangements, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Programming, Vocal Arrangement
Ryan Smith - Assistant Engineer
Roger Squitero - Percussion
Aya Takemura - Assistant Engineer
Kirk Whalum - Guest Artist, Saxophone
Kenny White - Piano, Wurlitzer
Christian "Wicked" Wicht - Engineer
James "D-Train" Williams - Vocals
David Woodford - Flute, Horn Arrangements, Saxophone
|1||Wanna Funk? Jeff Golub / Philippe Saisse||Jeff Golub||5:20|
|2||Indiana Moon Jeff Golub||Jeff Golub||4:35|
|3||Manteca Dizzy Gillespie||Jeff Golub||4:22|
|4||The Velvet Touch Jeff Golub / Philippe Saisse||Jeff Golub||6:09|
|5||My Everything Jeff Golub / Philippe Saisse||Jeff Golub||6:27|
|6||Lucky Strike Jeff Golub / Philippe Saisse||Jeff Golub||5:03|
|7||Latitude 19 Jeff Golub||Jeff Golub||5:34|
|8||Come On Home Jeff Golub||Jeff Golub||4:44|
|9||Paradise Lost Jeff Golub / Philippe Saisse||Jeff Golub||7:41|
|10||Groanin' Jeff Golub||Jeff Golub||9:44|