||Paul Jefferson CD (1996) |
Paul Jefferson songs Before the release of his eponymous debut album, Paul Jefferson had spent some time in Nashville writing songs professionally. In fact, he cowrote Aaron Tippin's number one hit "That's As Close As I'll Get To Loving You," which gives an idea of what kind of music Jefferson plays on his debut. Jefferson sounds like a mainstream new country singer, with polished production and anthemic choruses. However, the actual songs boast more lyrical detail and narrative thrust than the standard Nashville song. That's what makes Paul Jefferson an intriguing, promising debut. ~ Thom Owens
Recorded at Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Paul Jefferson (vocals); Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic guitar); Keith Urban, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Sam Bush (mandolin); Rob Hajacos (fiddle); John Hobbs (piano, organ); Steve Nathan (piano, keyboards); Dennis Burnside (piano); Eddie Bayers (drums).
Audio Mixers: Garth Fundis; Dave Sinko.
Recording information: Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Mark Tucker .
Unknown Contributor Role: Carlos Grier.
Personnel: Paul Jefferson (vocals); Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Sam Bush (mandolin); Brent Mason, Keith Urban (electric guitar); Rob Hajacos (fiddle); John Hobbs (piano, organ); Steve Nathan (piano, keyboards); Dennis Burnside (piano); Dave Pomeroy (bass); Eddie Bayers (drums); Jerry Flowers, Susie Tucker, Andrea Zonn, Curtis Young, Dennis Wilson, Garth Fundis (background vocals).
||Check Please Vinyl LP (1996) |
Paul Jefferson CD discography Track Listing of songs: Check Please;
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|Hello Weekend CD (2012) Top Seller
Paul Jefferson CD discography Recording information: Riebling Studios.
Personnel: Dave Huddleston (vocals); Sam R-P (guitar); Paul Jefferson (saxophone); Eric Tait (trumpet); Mark Steinert (keyboards); Mark Ward (drums).
||Life of a Minor Poet CD (1996) |
Paul Jefferson albums Recorded at The Enactron Truck, Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Hugh Moffatt (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Martin Delray (guitar); Dru Lombar (slide guitar); Mike Chapman (acoustic bass, fretless bass); Jerry Kroon (drums); Terry McMillan (congas).
Audio Mixer: Donivan Cowart.
Recording information: Enactron Truck, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Wyatt McSpadden.
Personnel: Hugh Moffatt (vocals, acoustic & acoustic-electric guitars); Martin Delray (vocals, guitar); Dru Lombar (guitar, slide guitar); Mike Chapman (electric, acoustic & fretless basses); Jerry Kroon (drums); Terry McMillan (congas); Gail Davies, Paul Jefferson, Mark Luna, Jack Sundrud, Wade McCurdy, Sam Scott (background vocals).
||Right Now CD (2005) |
Paul Jefferson music CDs One of Northern Nevada's favorite country bands, Clear Blue 22, joined the ranks of Nashville recording artists with the release of their first full-length CD titled "Right Now" in February of 2005. Clear Blue 22--Jasmine West, Paul Reyes, and Don Simpson--has been taking Northern Nevada by storm since the summer of 2001. "Right Now" was recorded and Produced by Paul Jefferson, singer-songwriter best known for his chart-topper "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You" recorded by Aaron Tippin. The album features 5 Clear Blue 22 originals and songs written by some of Nashville's finest including Jefferson, Porter Howell, Kent ...
||People CD (1998) |
Paul Jefferson discography Many of the best British commercial pop singers of the '80s went into a creative decline in the '90s, whether due to record company legal problems, in the case of George Michael, or an over-reliance on R&B covers, as with Paul Young. In contrast, although his commercial profile in the United States has been minimal since 1989's enchanting "Everlasting Love," singer/songwriter Howard Jones made some of the best music of his career during the '90s.
1998's PEOPLE is a particular gem, a straightforward, R&B-influenced pop record that has ...
Paul Jefferson Songs
Popular or famous Paul Jefferson music songs: Check Please, Nothing Comes Close, Missouri, Fear of a Broken Heart, Unconditionally, I'm Here. More music songs I Might Just Make It, I Can't Turn That Train Around, I Will, Common Ground. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Paul Franklin||George Strait, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Mark Knopfler, Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Shania Twain, Reba Mcentire, John Michael Montgomery, Rascal Flatts|
|Brent Mason||Alan Jackson, George Strait, Toby Keith, Randy Travis, Brooks & Dunn, Shania Twain, Trisha Yearwood, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill, Tracy Lawrence|
|Eddie Bayers||George Strait, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Clint Black, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood, George Jones, Judds, Willie Nelson, Confederate Railroad|
|Curtis Young||Clint Black, Tim Mcgraw, Toby Keith, George Jones, Tracy Lawrence, Faith Hill, Keith Whitley, Gary Allan, Joan Baez, Tracy Byrd|
|Dennis Wilson||Beach Boys, Toby Keith, Confederate Railroad, John Michael Montgomery, Kenny Chesney, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie Orchestra, Tracy Lawrence, Martina Mcbride, Count Basie|
|Andrea Zonn||Vince Gill, Claire Lynch, Riders In The Sky, Butch Baldassari, Alison Brown, Sam Bush, Tim O'Brien, Pierce Pettis, Darrell Scott, George Strait|
|Dennis Burnside||Randy Travis, Tracy Lawrence, Michael Martin Murphey, Joan Baez, Cerrito, Mavericks, Jonell Mosser, Shenandoah, Ricky Skaggs, Pam Tillis|
|Keith Urban||Charlie Daniels, Charlie Daniels Band, Slim Dusty, Cledus T. Judd, Dolly Parton, Leann Rimes, Tim Wilson, Lee Ann Womack, Dixie Chicks|
|Dave Pomeroy||Trisha Yearwood, Gretchen Peters, Rodney Carrington, Mike Cross, Billy Ray Cyrus, Emmylou Harris, Alan Jackson, Tracy Lawrence, Kathy Mattea, Keith Perry|
|Paul Jefferson||Biscuits & Gravy, Clear Blue 22, Howard Jones, Hugh Moffatt|
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