The Rubenoff Project | Songs of Love, Despair and Regret

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Songs of Love, Despair and Regret

by The Rubenoff Project

Blues, jazz, rock and Latin coalesce to portray the varied landscapes of love's preamble and aftermath, zenith and demise.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Locator
4:49 $0.99
2. Fancy Hat
2:57 $0.99
3. Famous Jen
3:40 $0.99
4. Jack
3:14 album only
5. Crazy as Me
4:27 $0.99
6. Someplace to Go
2:03 $0.99
7. No I Don't Miss You
4:20 $0.99
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Album Notes
For the curious:
People often ask where I get the inspiration for my lyrics, given the idyllic lifestyle I currently enjoy. Over time I have engaged in some introspection and have concluded that my lyrics come from the choices I made on the way to here and now. Early in my musical life, jazz, blues and poetry were the voice I used to express my feelings of pain, irony and joy. Today, when I play or sing, the color of my voice still tends to be one that expresses these same emotions. I feel that when I am connected to them my voice is the most expressive it can be.

I will always love the blues.

With gratitude and respect,
Tom Rubenoff

On this album, Tom Rubenoff, vocals and trombone; David Sparr on keyboards and manning the engineering and post production controls; on guitars, David Patrick; on electric bass and trombone, Dan Fox; on cajon and percussion, Jeremiah Klarman; on drums for "Crazy as Me" and "No I Don't Miss You," Tom Lawlor; on bass for "Crazy as Me" and "No I Don't Miss You," J.T. Downs; and the kickass lead guitar on "Famous Jen" is Mr. John Clark.



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