Jack Tempchin | Lonely Midnight

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Lonely Midnight

by Jack Tempchin

On this gritty Blues Rock CD, pro sidemen accompany Jack on "Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed" co-written with Bobby Whitlock (Derek and the Dominos) and "They're Taking Everything Away" written with Glenn Frey. Features Bob Gluab, Tris Imboden & Greg Leisz.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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1. They're Taking Everything Away
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2. No Way
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3. Astronaut
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4. Trust Somebody
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5. Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed
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6. Bender
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7. Sugar Daddy
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8. Same Old Thing
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9. Lonely Midnight
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10. My Old Friends
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11. San Jose
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For this album, Jack gathered his favorite pro players and had a great time recording these songs, which all have a gritty and solid Blues Rock sound. All original material performed by ace sidemen Bob Glaub on bass (Jackson Browne, Bob Seeger, John Fogerty), Tris Imboden on Drums (member of the band Chicago), Greg Leisz on guitar (Beck, K.D. Lang) and Steve Wood on keyboards (Kenny Loggins). "Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed" co-written with Bobby Whitlock (Derek and the Dominos). "They're Taking Everything Away" co-written with Glenn Frey.

QUOTES ABOUT JACK TEMPCHIN

"He's a great songwriter. He paints pictures with simple words. He's just really good at it." -Don Henley
"Jack is a guy who doesn't get enough credit. What a great songwriter he is!" - Joe Walsh
“The first real songwriter I really saw and really got enthused about." -Tom Waits
“Jack is one of the greats.” - Steve Poltz, San Diego Union Tribune
“Nobody can match Tempchin, the greatest songwriter ever to call San Diego home.” -S.D. News
"He’s a true American master.” -Dave Mason PD 105.7 Walrus-FM
"Great songs seem to fly to some songwriters like moths to a porchlight... Jack's a searchlight!" -Madison Keith, KPRI-FM
"Jack is an amazing songwriter. An interviewer's dream." -Roz Larman, FOLKSCENE Syndicated Radio KPFK 90.7 FM
"Jack's body of work is iconic. His contribution as a world class 'muzoid' is undeniable and I remain a lifelong fan."
-ASCAP CEO Paul Williams
"Sure-footed songwriting craft. Through and through, he's a big deal." -Van Dyke Parks
“Jack is officially the nicest guy in show business.” –J.D. Souther


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Robert Livingston

Here's a CD you will want to share with your friends.
The songs on this album are a mix-- some are quintessential weekend California Boogie Bar-- free, fun, and crafted to bring down the house. Others songs are for when the rocking hours are over.

My favorites are Astronaut, Trust Somebody, and especially San José (what memories!).

If you love Jack Tempchin's music like I do, then this cd will complete your collection.

Wolfgang Reitzammer


Jack Tempchin shuffles through a bunch of mid-tempo bluesy tunes, which is sometimes funny and sometimes boring. He did better in his earlier recordings. Maybe next time ...