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Jude Cole's Falling Home kicks off on a frankly atrocious note — the song "My Friend Stan" recorded in 1974 by Cole's former band, Silver Highway. Presumably, it can only go up from there, and it does, thankfully. Cole's collection of melancholy love songs hits its best with the title track, the closest it comes to his zenith, 1990's A View from 3rd Street. The song "Any Dark Day" is a somber ode to open communication in a relationship: "Put your mind at rest/And your fears at bay/I'm the one you can run to/Any dark day." One of the greatest writers of breakup songs, Cole swears to go beyond those borders with the back-porch acoustic flavor of "More Than a Breakup Song." Cole again successfully proves he has the chemistry to make a gem of an album.


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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