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Album Review

Jude is a clever songwriter and performer. 430 N. Harper includes songs recorded in the studio or live at Café Largo in Los Angeles. Most of the tracks are just guitar and vocal. Several of these tunes are also on his major label debut, No One's Really Beautiful. Highlights of 430 N. Harper include "In Between," "Baby Ruth in Atlanta," "Love Letters," and "Prophet," among others. While a nice album by a fine artist, it does include over 85 blank tracks followed by one "hidden track" — which is always irritating, no matter how good the hidden track is. In this case, the hidden track is not worth the wait.

Biography

Born: 16 October 1969 in Boston, MA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Born Michael Jude Christodal in Massachusetts, singer/songwriter Jude grew up with music. The son of a professional musician, Jude earned a degree in philosophy and by way of Charleston, SC, he found himself in Los Angeles working menial jobs (dishwasher, janitor, delivery boy, postal worker) before eventually catching the ear of Maverick Records with his 1997 acoustic debut 430 N. Harper Ave., originally released on the Fish of Death label. His first album recorded with studio backing, No One's...
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