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Artist: Jude Cole

Title: Falling Home

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Category: Lite AOR

Year: 2000

Label: Watertown Records

Catalog Number: 50815-2

Personnel

Jude Cole vocals
Matt Laug drums, percussion
Michael Lawrence drums
Brian McLeod drums
Tracey Amos backing vocals
Aaron Embry Hammond B3, piano
Paul Bushnell bass
Lyle Workman guitar solo (on "Somewhere")
Alicia Witt backing vocals
Steve Lafever upright bass

Tracks

1.  My Friend Stan  
2.  I Won't Bleed  
3.  Braking Wheels  
4.  Leave Me Alone  
5.  Falling Home  
6.  Any Dark Day  
7.  More Than A Breakup Song  
8.  Somewhere  
9.  Raining On The Moon  
10.  You Make It Easy  
11.  Inhale  
12.  Peaceful In Mine  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: MJ (Marla) Date: February 16, 2004 at 22:20
Very disappointed in this release..... As much as I loved "Start The Car" this one just has nothing like it. Sure it's still got that voice I love..but the songs are just limp. Oh well....maybe on another day.....

From: peter poland Date: April 4, 2004 at 7:20
right, there's something different about this album. I love all his cd but this one does not seem to have a sould Jude used to put in his work.But it's still Jude Cole so it's worth your money. 5/10

From: West Of Sunset Date: April 14, 2004 at 5:33
This one is more introsspect album i never could say that this one is bad because i like it a lot not as much as the others cds but i like it. This one have great and mature songs like "Falling Home", "more Than A Break Up Song" and for me the best ballad by Jude and one of the best songs ive ever heard called "Peaceful In Mine" the first time i heard this one i almonst cried this song is very special for me.Jude will always be a great artist.7/10; contact:westofsunset@hotmail.com

From: Whitesnake Date: September 28, 2007 at 6:24
His 4 albums before this one were all really great. This one has another sound and a sad atmosphere. Some of the melodies are okay, but nothing more. It's just a very bad effort from Cole compared to earlier releases. And what is he doing writing songs for Lifehouse? Get back to your old style please!


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