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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (2 septembre 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Ent. One Music
  • ASIN : B00DEKKEAE
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. The Cat
  2. Isola Natale
  3. Train Keeps A Rolling
  4. Live The Life I Love
  5. Pusher Man
  6. How Long
  7. J&B
  8. Happiness Is Just Around The Bend
  9. Shepherds Bush Market
  10. Whenever You're Ready
  11. Walking On The Moon

Descriptions du produit

Mit nun 11 veröffentlichten Alben und dazu 3 mit seiner Band ''Avenue Blue'' wird es für Jeff Golub Zeit für ein weiteres. Zusammengetan hat sich der Gitarrist mit der britischen Jazz/ Rock Legende Brian Auger und seinem typischem Orgel-Sound für Train Keeps A Rolling. Berühmt geworden ist er aber durch die Zusammenarbeit mit Rod Stewart, 7 gemeinsame Jahre und 5 Welt-Tourneen. Angefangen hat alles in Copley, Ohio, dort hat er den sixties Blues-Rock von Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, und vielen weiteren einfach nachgespielt. Auf die Inspiration seiner Idole hin hat er sich mehr und mehr in die Blues Szene gehört, mit B.B., Albert and Freddie King, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy.
Sein Studium beginnt am Berklee College of Music in Boston. 1980 leitet es ihn nach New York, wo auch sein erster großer Gig zusammen mit Billy Squier stattfindet. Seine erste Solo Platte erscheint 1988 auf Gaia Records. Das Team Jeff Golub und Brian Auger haben zusammen mit Alex Ligertwoods Stimme und Steve Ferrone von Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers am Schlagzeug eine zeitlose Reise des Soul, Jazz und Blues geschaffen. Train Keeps A Rolling bietet außerdem zwei Stimmwunder Christopher Cross singt ''How Long'' und David Pack ''Walking On The Moon'' von Police.
''Train Keeps A Rolling'' nimmt sie zurück, als Rock die Welt regiert hat. Eine wahre Eröffnung bekommt man mit ''The Cat'' bis zu dem klassischen Curtis Mayfiel-Cover ''Pusher Man'', zu Mose Allison's ''Live The Life I Love'', Jeff und Brian liefern ein musikalisches Kunstwerk aus classic soul mit true Rock.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Jeff steps it up another notch.... 26 août 2013
Par G. McKee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was surprised to hear about this collaboration with Brian Auger, but then again I wasn't. Jeff has always been about moving forward. His first album (Unspoken Words) still rivals any rock guitar work out there today.(Check out the track "Widow's Walk) He worked with Billy Squier, Peter Wolf, Rod Stewart...the list goes on... (check his website discography) His solo career has always been on the upswing and this is no exception. This is Jeff's first album after the tragic loss of his sight and working with Brian Auger had to be game changer. Jeff unleashes his power and punch on many of the tunes on this disc. It was during my second listening of the cd I realized how tightly Jeff and Brian play together. You are listening to so many killer riffs so much in sync, you don't always realize that they are BOTH tearing it up. This disc comes at you big from the first cut and keeps you there until the last. Don't miss an opportunity to hear two music greats play in each others world!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One fine track after another! 13 septembre 2013
Par TheNoomz83 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The only thing keeping me from naming this the contemporary jazz album of the year is the fact that I already bestowed that honor upon BWB's "Human Nature" two months ago (possibly jumping the gun). But to be sure, this a very worthy runner-up.

They can call this "contemporary" jazz but it's also retro - especially retro-1970s, with songs like Curtis Mayfield's "Pusherman" from 1972 (the "Superfly!" soundtrack, which in my estimation is the greatest ever), Paul Carrack & Ace's "How Long" from 1975, and The Police's "Walking on the Moon" from 1979 (the latter two featuring vocals by Christopher Cross of 1980 Grammy glory and David Pack of the '70s group Ambrosia, respectively). This '70s vibe is not too surprising given that was the decade of Brian Auger & the Oblivion Express, two of whose members (in addition to Brian) - drummer Steve Ferrone (on all tracks) and vocalist Alex Ligertwood (on two tracks) - are present. Ligertwood once again delivers impressive soul-styled vocals on the Oblivion Express originals "Happiness Is Just Around the Bend" (a 1973 single A-side for them -- not the same song as the 1974 Main Ingredient hit with the same title) and "Whenever You're Ready."

I'm just going to go ahead and name "Pusherman" the contemporary jazz "lead single" of the year, which I would consider to be a very safe bet. It's as if this phenomenal song had been waiting 43 years for a Hammond B3 organ-electric guitar instrumental this brilliantly arranged (including a stellar horn chart) to come along. Golub and Auger really kick it up a notch when called for. Just outstanding!

Even though Jeff Golub is photographed on the cover with his dog, the CD opener is their take on Jimmy Smith's 1964 soul-jazz classic "The Cat." You know right off the bat that you're in for a fantastic listening experience. Track 2 is a grooving melodic delight titled "Isola Natale," another original Auger composition. The ride continues with the relentlessly charging Golub-co-penned title song, which boasts its own compelling melody, and the album just keeps a rolling on from there.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thanks to Jeff for bringing back Brian Auger? where have you been all these years? 3 octobre 2013
Par Craig Phelps - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Like Jeff, i listened to the Oblivion Express in the 70's (oops dating myself) back in the early days of fusion and loved them and the rolling smooth funky organ work by Brian. Also i've been a fan of Jeffs outstanding guitar work, so putting the two together was a "must have" for me
I was not disappointed and have now put this one away for fear of playing the grooves right out of it...
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Add it to your collection 27 février 2017
Par SysCom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This was a good effort on the part of Jeff Golub. The first cut is a bit "lite", but the balance of the cuts worked well for me and my CJazz tastes. "Pusherman" is the song that had gotten my attention when I heard it on XM. As a Detroit guy, the original song was part of my youth living in the city. I enjoyed Jeff's version.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very very good 22 mai 2014
Par greenmtngringo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a longtime fan of Brian Auger, going back to his Trinity/Julie Driscoll days & more recently a devoted Jeff Golub follower, I really enjoyed this CD. Most everything was tight and well written, with flashes of past brilliance on both scores. Christopher Cross does a great rendition of "How Long" and generally the instrumentals are 1st rate. The only reason for less than 5 stars is, having been exposed to past offerings from these great musicians, I can't help but compare this CD to those, some of which are bonafide classics. Perhaps with time, as with all great collaborations, they'll ripen to 5 stars.
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