Robert Burton Hubele | The Sleepy Time King

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The Sleepy Time King

by Robert Burton Hubele

This is Kids' Music for Grown-ups Too! I wrote these 9 Songs and 2 Stories for my Grand-children, and I think they're pretty cool for all children. It's written with love and good musical taste, and the stories are pretty funny!
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Grandpa's Lap (feat. Brad Steckel)
2:39 $0.99
2. Little Jimmy Wouldn't Listen (Story)
3:59 $0.99
3. Whistlin' in the Dark
3:28 $0.99
4. Little Jimmy Wouldn't Listen (Story Ending)
0:31 $0.99
5. Jacob & Casey (feat. Brad Steckel)
3:49 $0.99
6. Natalie Rose (feat. Brad Steckel)
4:18 $0.99
7. Little Jimmy Would Not Stop (Story) [feat. Brad Steckel]
9:29 $0.99
8. Little Jimmy (feat. Brad Steckel)
3:24 $0.99
9. Audrey Rose (feat. Brad Steckel)
4:47 $0.99
10. Sleepy Time King
4:00 $0.99
11. If You Love Christmas (feat. Brad Steckel)
3:43 $0.99
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Album Notes
Reflections In Blue

Robert Burton Hubele & Brad Steckel

She Won’t Talk To Me

Often referred to as the Poet of the Blues, Hubele is a master storyteller, superb guitarist and his abilities as songwriter are unequalled. In short, he is a wordsmith of the first order. It gets no better than this. Add his stellar guitar work and smooth as silk vocals, and you have a winner. The fun does not stop there. Add the talents of guitar virtuoso Brad Steckel. Brad, a native of Easton, PA and a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, in Boston, has been a professional guitarist since the age of 14. Early on he toured in support of some of the best known bands in the Rock world. He has since relocated to Calgary, Alberta Canada, where he runs a state of the art recording studio. His style compliments that of Hubele beautifully, making for an album that sounds rich, full and absolutely “eargasmic”, to quote an old friend of mine. Hubele is a well-rounded musician, extremely well versed in countless musical styles. His masterful work with wording earned him the title of “Poet Of The Blues.” His blend of blues and a velvety-smooth jazz is relaxing, wrapping itself around the listener like that old afghan, crocheted by your Grandmother. She Won’t Talk To Me is his tenth CD release, the title tune featured in the movie “No Men Beyond This Point”, in which Robert Burton Hubele is featured playing the song. The CD features 11 songs penned by the master wordsmith, covering topics like life, love and death. An incredibly diverse album, She Won’t Talk To Me flows from style to style, effortlessly…taking the listener on a musical journey that covers blues in many forms, soulful ballads and even a touch of country. This is the kind of album you put in the player, hit the repeat button and settle in with a nice bottle of your drink of choice…your beloved close at hand. Call him a bluesman, a singer/songwriter, a balladeer, a songster or whatever you like. This is an exceptional album from an artist who writes from wells of experience…one factor that give music power and an air of authenticity. Any way you look at it, this is a great album you won’t want to miss.

Bill Wilson

From Eduarda F.M.

I heard you sing for the first time @ Trees Organic Coffee House yesterday.You sound amazing.

You got one of those voices that heals the soul.

I AmEntertainment Magazine

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Location: Vancouver, BC
Genre: Blues/Jazz
Key Tracks: All

Robert Burton Hubele is a kool kat whose sound can best be described as a Starbucks
Chai Tea Latte with a side of coffee cake; its a great way to cure your hunger and
thirst for something sweet and refreshing.

“I Get Lonely” is the title track to Robert’s 10 song Blues CD, “Highway of Dreams” is the title track of his newest Romantic Pop/Jazz/Blues CD,both an absolute treasure. These songs are the perfect blend of blues and jazz, and Hubele’s voice is right in the pocket,
filling every void that exists on the track. This is the only song I know of that makes
being lonely sound so cool.

Another great song is “Red Wine” because Robert showcases his vocal savvy on top
of some of the snazziest jazz music on the market today. The lyrical content is very
clever and the musicianship is brilliant. The organ and saxophone solos are the two
key elements that bring out the best in this tune. Hubele and his band capture the true
essence of jazz music here, and they deserve a great deal of credit for it.

Other notable songs on these particular CDs are “Too Many Kisses”, “He Thought She
Looked Pretty”, and “My Baby’s Tears”.

Overall, Robert Hubele has put together a solid album that anyone who appreciates
jazz and blues music will enjoy. No drawbacks here, just a seasoned band and artist
who deserve your support.

MUSICAL GOAL: “The ultimate goal I have for my music is to bring people together
and show them that love really does conquer all, and to bring that message to as many
people as I can get to listen to it.” – Robert Hubele

Review by: Senseitional



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