Jeff Libman | Not Even The Rain

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Not Even The Rain

by Jeff Libman

On Jeff Libman's debut CD "Not Even The Rain," the guitarist is joined by Michael Kocour on Hammond B3 organ and Shaun Lowecki on drums. The trio performs thoughtful arrangements of jazz standards and popular songs.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Tangerine
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4:24 album only
2. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
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6:06 album only
3. Only the Lonely
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7:19 album only
4. Candle Wax
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6:29 album only
5. Too Beautiful
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8:32 album only
6. All Through the Night
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5:11 album only
7. I'm Old Fashioned
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7:04 album only
8. Come and Go
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5:41 album only


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Jeff Libman is a jazz guitarist, composer, arranger, and educator. He is an adjunct faculty member in the music departments of Scottsdale Community College, Phoenix College, and Chandler-Gilbert Community College. Libman performs frequently in the Phoenix metropolitan area, and his music has been performed at jazz venues around the country.

On his debut CD, "Not Even The Rain," Libman is joined by Michael Kocour on Hammond B3 organ and Shaun Lowecki on drums. The album features thoughtful arrangements of beloved jazz standards “Tangerine,” “Only the Lonely,” “All Through the Night,” and “I’m Old Fashioned,” and it also includes a completely re-imagined version of Carole King and Gerry Goffin’s “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.” Completing the album are three compelling original compositions by Libman: “Candle Wax,” “Too Beautiful,” and “Come and Go.”


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Jeris J. Boyce

Not Even The Rain
we are enjoying the CD...bought it because its Shaun's, but really enjoy granddaughter took one back to school and says it is the best to do homework to....we have known Shaun since he was in my choir at of luck to all of you, especially Shaun...God Bless...


great very soulful
I think this is a very enjoyable album on many levels. To me, the songs have the attributes of many great jazz albums. The songs are both enjoyable at the surface but also have a lot of complicated sounds that are very engaging to the listen upon a closer listen. This album has gotten a lot of airplay on the local jazz station in the LA area and as soon as I heard it, I could understand why. Although it is definitely within the traditional jazz genre (not the smooth style) there are a lot of modern sounds that brought me back for multiple listens. I hope this album and this artist catch on with a broader audience.