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A View from 3rd Street (Audio CD),16 March, 1990|
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a great CD from the early 1990's... A View from 3rd Street / 5
Embarking on a solo career in 1987, Jude Cole released his self-titled solo debut on Reprise Records. While his debut was mostly overlooked by critics and fans alike; Jude's sophomore release, A View from 3rd Street [Reprise Records], faired much better. It received critical acclaim and was openly embraced by adoring fans. Unfortunately, this was the apex of Jude's solo career. His subsequent releases failed to spark interest and have gone mostly ignored.
Since 3rd Street's release, Jude has put out three more solo records. Start the Car was released in 1992. It spawned two moderate hits with "Start the Car" and "Tell the Truth." His next release came in 1995 with I Don't Know Why I Act This Way, released on Island Records. His final release as a solo artist came in 2000 with Falling Home, released independently on CDX Records.
A View from 3rd Street is easily Jude's most prominent foray into popular music. Its bluesy-rock appeal engaged fans and garnered radio support. "Baby, It's Tonight," "Time for Letting Go" and "House Full of Reasons" all made an impact on the charts. "Baby, It's Tonight" reached the Top 20 on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles chart in Spring, 1990. In addition to the hits, other notable tracks include: "Compared to Nothing," "Prove Me Wrong" and "Hallowed Ground."
It's no denying that Jude Cole's influences are strongly rooted in blues and folk-rock music. These influences are enhanced by the production crew and contributing musicians. Dave Tyson produced the set. He was the driving force behind production for Alannah Myles self-titled 1989 debut album which spawned the number one hit, "Black Velvet." Additionally, Jeff Porcaro (of Toto) contributed on drums to "Compared to Nothing" and Pat Mastelotto (of King Crimson) contributed on drums and percussion.
Jude Cole's most recent contribution to music has been through songwriting. His credits can be seen on the most recent hit for Lifehouse, "You & Me." He co-authored the track with the band's lead singer, Jason Wade.
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