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Album Review

Adding a little tougher sound, A View From 3rd Street finds Jude Cole cranking out the tunes that should've been on the radio, but with the exception of the hit "Baby It's Tonight," very few of them were. Great pop well done is what lies here with such standouts as "House Full of Reasons" and "Heart of Blues." The problem was how to market this type of music in the heyday of hair metal and fluff rock. It just didn't fit. It, however, is fine listening today and well worth seeking out.

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Another view from 3rd street

Caught up with this hidden gem when browsing thru i-tunes! Bought it when it came out in 1990 after hearing it on "Whispering Bob Harris" show late one night and it still sounds as fresh now as when it was released! Polished pop/ rock with the slightest dash of country (which was to come in his later work), this album is all killer and no filler! Stand out tracks have to be Baby, Its Tonight & Time For Letting Go but there are no slouches on this album- definitely a must have for any real lover of Music!

Biography

Born: 18 June 1960 in East Moline, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

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...
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