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Chuck Loeb - Simple Things flac album Performer: Chuck Loeb
Title: Simple Things
Style: Smooth Jazz
Released: 1994
MP3 album: 1132 mb
FLAC album: 1545 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MP1 MPC ASF AIFF MP4 DTS MIDI
Genre: Jazz

Charles Samuel "Chuck" Loeb (December 7, 1955 – July 31, 2017) was an American jazz guitarist and a member of the groups Steps Ahead and Fourplay. Loeb was born in Nyack, New York, near New York City. At a young age, he listened to Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Cream, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Bob Dylan. According to a 2005 JazzTimes article, the first song he learned on guitar was Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone", which he would later play at a guest appearance with Dylan

Chuck Loeb has always gotten great tone out of his ax - mellow, hollow, and clean, in ways similar to Lee Ritenour, Pat Metheny, and recently Martin Taylor. Nothing revolutionary here, just good playing, and not much "Quiet Storm" - the bane of recent radio-friendly jazz. Here with Peter Erskine, Russell Ferrante (of the Yellowjackets), and Will Lee, "Simple Things" (along with "Balance") showcases Chuck Loeb. 3 people found this helpful.

CHUCK LOEB - Simple Things. Filed under Jazz Related Pop/Art Song/Folk By CHUCK LOEB. Chuck Loeb: guitars & keyboards David Charles: percussion & field snare drums ( Peter Erskine: drums Russell Ferrante: piano & keyboards Will Lee: bass Warren Bernhardt: piano ( Carmen Cuesta: vocals. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Simple Things Digital Music Prod 1994.

New Album CHUCK LOEB Silhouette. Jazz, Funk, Soul - Everette Harp, Chuck Loeb & Jeff Lorber. as many of you know, my latest CD "Unspoken" is nominated for a Grammy in the Best Contemporary Instrumental Album category, so a trip to Los Angeles and the Grammy's is in the offing in February. Please send positive vibes for me taking home a little statue of a grammaphone on Feb 12!!! It's my 3rd nomination and they say the third time is the charm! Then in late March things get rolling again with live shows.

Chuck Loeb, Carmen Cuesta. Steve Morse, Chuck Loeb, Hal Lindes, Denny Jiosa, Brian Tarquin. Thomas Quasthoff, Till Brönner. 2007 International Version. To Grover, With Love. Freewheelin' Jazz, Soul and Funk.

08. Shape Of The Heart.

Chuck Loeb - Simple Things JazzJazz. Release source: CD. Year: 1994. Discount: 20%. 00:00.

Chuck Loeb was born on December 7, 1955 in Nyack, New York, near New York City. According to a 2005 JazzTimes article, the first song he learned on guitar was Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone", which he would later play at a guest appearance with Dylan. He discovered jazz when he was sixteen through the music of guitarists Wes Montgomery, George Benson, John McLaughlin, and Pat Martino. At that point, Loeb chose to become a musician.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 One Man's View
Written-By – C. Loeb*
5:40
2 Harbour Lights
Written-By – C. Loeb*
5:47
3 This Life
Written-By – C. Loeb*
6:45
4 Simple Things Suite I. Gifts
Written-By – C. Loeb*
5:33
5 Simple Things Suite II. Trial By Fire
Written-By – C. Loeb*
5:30
6 Simple Things Suite III. Simple Things
Written-By – C. Loeb*
5:28
7 Channel Surfing
Written-By – C. Loeb*
4:45
8 Shape Of My Heart
Written-By – D. Miller*, Sting
5:35
9 Simple Faith
Arranged By – Russell FerranteWritten-By – R. Ferrante*
4:15
10 One Another
Written-By – C. Loeb*
6:58

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Digital Music Products, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Digital Music Products, Inc.

Credits

  • Bass – Will Lee
  • Design – Tom & Ellie Hughes
  • Drums – Peter Erskine
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Ted Sheets
  • Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Arranged By – Chuck Loeb
  • Percussion – David Charles
  • Photography By – Dave King
  • Piano – Warren Bernhardt (tracks: 8)
  • Piano, Keyboards – Russell Ferrante
  • Producer, Engineer – Tom Jung
  • Vocals, Photography By [Cover] – Carmen Cuesta

Notes

℗©1994 Digital Music Products, Inc.
Recorded using Wadia Reference 20-bit A/D converters and the Yamaha DMR8 20-digital mixer recorder
on January 14th, 15th, & 16th, 1994 at The Carriage House Studios

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 089672050421