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January, 2002

New CD picture looks GOOD!!!
Yoshiko Murata <kurobecca@email.msn.com>
Aurora, CO USA - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 00:25:42 (PST)

Hi Jeff. I did not ket in the site a little while. world is spinning around. Good job Bobbi New year's Eve picture. Whoo eeh, I almost missed new release. I was thinking April so. I suppose "Cut the cake" will be on radio soon then, I got A&B CD to get use to it, I put it in the player, listening now. I cannot wait to see(hear) how you're gonig to with this one. I got Rodney Jones "Manifesto". I like it. I would say not filtered fine art piece. Like picture in the museu not art printed in magazine etc. The other day, Smokey was played in smooth Jazz sation, I thougt someone changed station but You(Avene Blue) was on a couple songs after it was that station. Maybe they tray to educate us?? Or he will be in town soon. I got "The ultmate" His voice comes on and it's no one else...."Innervisions" for Stevie Wonder, watching Golden Glove, "Sex in The City" title song is the last one in it... In your list is "Turn out the lights", Al Green and Teddy Pendergrass got "Turn off The Light" I guess that's the one. Got Les McCann & Eddie Harris "Montreux 30th Anniversary". Live no reh, 1st time playing! That's Jazz... When I played James Brown 40th anniversary collection 2 cd's at work, so many reaction from so many people...So many people could tell that's him..........My girls started taking vocal lesson, would be "Sound of Music" went store got DVD, went music shop got sheet. Saw a flute because it's silver shinny looking prety. got Flower tapestry looking case for it. Wrong motivation or what? Didn't forget methood boook. figured out scale. Anyway, I looked at sheet of Pokemon, looked for your name but all the song was one guy. Aren't you supposed to be in it? ...I'm Very Happy to hear the news of sooner release of your new album. You and your staff's hard work paid off. Take care, your your family and your hand(s)..... Yoshiko
Yoshiko Murata <kurobecca@email.msn.com>
Aurora, CO USA - Monday, January 28, 2002 at 19:48:46 (PST)
Hi, Jeff

Just checked out the Tracklist for "Do It Again"....I am so impressed; "If I Ever Lose this Heaven", "Jesus Children of America" AND "Cold Duck Time"?????? Might just be too much for me to handle! Can't wait to get it!!!

Hope to see you out our way this year (Winter Park) or Catalina again........

Take Care.

Wendy Hopkins <whopkins@kmg.com>
Denver, CO USA - Monday, January 28, 2002 at 12:04:22 (PST)
hi to all music-lovers around the world from www.race.at
Georg <gr@tplus.at>
Austria/Europe - Thursday, January 24, 2002 at 06:36:40 (PST)
Hi Jeff
Hurry up and come back to San Diego...pleeeeese. I got to see you and your band at Viejas for the 98.7 CD Release party and you guys are awesome...a very good mix there. I'll keep an eye on your tour schedule. I hope San Diego is on it soon. You take care and bye bye for now.

Sharon <jazz4me_99@yahoo.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Wednesday, January 23, 2002 at 08:39:41 (PST)
Hi Jeff

I 'm looking forward to purchase your CD's, because recently I could hear your music on the radio stations here
in canada, the touch of your fingrs and the taste of your music is really inspired. and I 'm looking forward to see you in concert one day........

I start my life with music too but on Saxophone, I came with one CD called "Irresistible Lips" but it is mostly mediterranean music, few copies left with me, only one song was jazzy which is on the radio station here in canada, and I ,m working hard on the second one, which all the melodies will be smooth and soft jazzy....I wish you all the best for you and your family.....hope will see you in one of your concerts.......yours Johnson

Jon Johnson <jon@johnsonsax.com>
Mississauga, Ont. Canada - Tuesday, January 22, 2002 at 19:19:43 (PST)
I've been a jazz/rock/blues guitarist since 1963. Have heard many of the greats, jammed with several headliners. I'm not here to toot my horn, but rather, yours. You're the real thing, Mr. Golub. A friend of mine who is an independent musical producer dropped your name to me at a New Year's Eve party. I went out and bought "Naked City" and "Dangerous Curves" without hearing them, based on his recommendation. Bottom line.. you're a guitarist's guitarist. Keep picking!
Mike Landis
NYC, NY USA - Saturday, January 19, 2002 at 13:36:52 (PST)
Hi Jeff -- Love your music (and have since you played in Gypsy covering Steely Dan tunes). You may even recall that I took a few guitar lessons from you in Boston circa 1978. I am still playing and am still inspired by your work.
Rick Aster <raster@dutchman.nmt.edu>
Socorro, NM USA - Monday, January 14, 2002 at 18:36:43 (PST)
Hey man, I discovered your music 3 years ago and I followed you since. At present I am writing to you while listening to Dangerous Curves that I love so much.
Any chance of some gigs here in London ?
Please keep up with the good work, love music...

Patrick <pdimaio@ukonline.co.uk>
London, UK - Sunday, January 13, 2002 at 04:03:36 (PST)
Hey Jeff.
It's been a few years... I am here in the city (only go back to Paris for visits now and again). Think of you from time to time. I hope you are well. You know Lisa had a baby? Not yours don't worry. Haha. Kidding. I would write down my number but I think that would be like writing it on the bathroom wall...
Lisa still has the same number, you could get it from her, or drop me an email.
Happy new year, we all needed one here in New York.... Love this city!
FKA Carol Lynne

Carol Lynne <siamesedo@aol.com>
nyc , ny USA - Friday, January 11, 2002 at 18:07:56 (PST)
My husband and I love your music. About two years ago, we had the pleasure of seeing you perform in Atlanta (Variety Playhouse) with Boney James. Can't wait until you come back to town. Just seen your performance on BET Jazz...OUTSTANDING! Stockholm takes me back to Los Angeles and driving up PCH (Pacific Coast Hwy)...No one plays it like you Jeff.
Stay blessed and encouraged.

Christine <cme38@yahoo.com>
Marietta, GA USA - Thursday, January 10, 2002 at 09:34:33 (PST)
Good day Jeff :)
I love your music the first track i ever heard of yours was your cover of "pick up the pieces" my dad bought the album and was listening to it in the car and i just thought wow! Im only 14 (maybe your youngest fan!?!?!?) and i play guitar and iv been looking for guitar tablature for your version of "pick up the pieces" for ages . Do you have any music books out to buy?? . Anyway good luck for the future......~~!CrAiG ScOtT!~~

CrAiG ScOtT <hexagonal_pensioner@hotmail.com>
Aberdeen, Scotland - Wednesday, January 09, 2002 at 10:18:10 (PST)
Good day Jeff :)
I love your music the first track i ever heard of yours was your cover of "pick up the pieces" my dad bought the album and was listening to it in the car and i just thought wow! Im only 14 (maybe your youngest fan!?!?!?) and i play guitar and iv been looking for guitar tablature for your version of "pick up the pieces" for ages . Do you have any music books out to buy?? . Anyway good luck for the future......~~!CrAiG ScOtT!~~

CrAiG ScOtT <hexagonal_pensioner@hotmail.com>
Aberdeen, Scotland - Wednesday, January 09, 2002 at 10:13:15 (PST)

COLO SPGS, CO USA - Monday, January 07, 2002 at 21:03:11 (PST)
I'm enjoying listening to "Avenue Blue" (featuring Jeff Golub)and have been knocked out by "Always There" since way back in the 1970's when I heard it on the Ronnie Laws LP. My question (which I hope you will answer) is: What's the 3rd chord that's played in the progression? I've been playing an "F" over a "G" bass note but it doesn't seem quite right. Thanks.

Louie Levinson <aztec14@msn.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Sunday, January 06, 2002 at 06:36:56 (PST)
Hi, Jeff. How's(are) your hand(s)? Thanks for new "what's on.." I don't have official education in music, so, I get lecture for free. What a good deal!! I am trying your recomendation.. "It's like This" to me, Sheryl Crow to Dianne Reeves. (She was playing at church a coulpe of miles away from my house right before the xmas but I couldn't make it)....This Rikie lady played at Red Rocks?? Hard to catch up music stuff..Song list of your new album brings back memories.. Stevie Wonder.. at clinic of keyboad lesson, I arrnaged "superstation" but the guy said, he preferd to hear well arranged YAMAHA song book. Good side of memory from James Brown is, there's concert called "Blues harvest festival" in the north side of city in Japan, I went the year he came, another year, my ex's grand father palyed. Anyway, you evaluate the album in strictly music elements. No sentiment. That's good. I'm sure the atitude of your new album will be that way, too. It means it does not matter cover or original. I wonder you listen to so many variety of music and organized in your mind (or somewhere), doesn't bother you to make original? Doesn't make you feel every phrase comes up your mind is already belong to someone? If a ignorant person picked up a guitar or sit front of piano and came up something and clalms it as original..Well thinking too much locks me up. Just do it, get goin'!!! Take care. Yoshiko
Yoshiko Murata <kurobecca@email.msn.com>
Aurora, co USA - Saturday, January 05, 2002 at 21:32:22 (PST)
Happy New Year!! Your baby xmas picture is cute! I was watching CU vs Oregon college football, QB guy of Oregon plays Keyboard. 15min practice his mom made him before going to ground paid off he said. I thought it might be good for new year resolusion but kids took my keyboard, I better wait. I got 1/2 of albums contains songs in your new album, I only had Marvin Gay, kinda shame. I've been listening "Jammin'92" the FM station here plays those songs like now playing Average White Band. They play Marvin Gay, Stevie Wonder, Smoley Robinson, etc. At work, if I tuned CD104 (sooth Jazz station), people boo. Changing Jamin', we dance. Did you watch "soul train xmas"? that was 1st time I saw Smokey Robinson. Have you played with Luther Vandross? I wrote you before Philppe Saisse was in his concert here a few years back...... Words in the songs are too heavy for me, like listening Marvin Gay, making the cross was depressing. To me, cross is one of chape along with circle, heart, etc. I know it has serious meaning for some people but one day I thought about.. if Jesus was killed by hunging, I would be making a shape of looped lope instead of cross, people would wear on neck... anyway, so, if your album's gonna be instrment, like "Dengerous Curve", you know I can handle it..... I wish some your original songs would be in new album. then, listening James Brown, 40th anniversary collection 2cd's, "hey, this is Bona Fide!" came to mind, I guess you're the moderate person..... You and Richard Elliot exchanging play ( you are in his album, he would be in your new one) is a little bit surprise. because in G&S 2000 you guyes were not so jaming compare to with Warren Hill. Your part in "shotgun" is absolutely hot but arrange of the song is not cool. I like his songs usually on synse drum, base and each part fills space together but that song, base line is plain. The things without focal, accent is the same is nothing. Oh well, let ne get on 15 min keyboad, maybe I would be able to play Bill Evans like QB guy.... Yoshiko
Yoshiko Murata <kurobecca@email.msn.com>
aurora, co USA - Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 19:26:53 (PST)

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