28 February 2017

JUDE COLE A View From 3rd Street 1990

by request

Artist Biography by

Jude Cole
Jude Cole joined the British power pop band the Records in 1980, after their first album was released, and remained with the group for one album. After a few years, Cole then re-emerged with his own solo record, 1987's self-titled Jude Cole, which was a much slicker, mainstream-oriented affair than any of the Records' records. The album did have its charm, but it was unfortunately ignored. That was not the case with his second album, 1990's A View from 3rd Street, which had a bona fide hit single with the sweet, yearning "Baby, It's Tonight." Another single from the album hit the Top 40, as Cole enjoyed a surprise success. Although he wasn't able to repeat his success with the follow-up, it was another solid album of mainstream pop/rock, full of shiny hooks and sleek, memorable melodies. Cole later delved into production and other behind-the-scenes work, eventually opening the Ironworks label with actor Keifer Sutherland. 


1 Hallowed Ground 5:20
2 Baby, It's Tonight 3:42
3 House Full Of Reasons 3:56
4 Get Me Through The Night 4:15
5 Time For Letting Go 4:20
6 Stranger To Myself 3:58
7 This Time It's Us 4:35
8 Heart Of Blues 5:01
9 Compared To Nothing 4:10
10 Prove Me Wrong 4:47

No comments: