Instrumental, atmospheric, and reflective - Jeff demonstrates range in his pioneering fifth studio length album. Includes performances by the legendary Phil Keaggy.
Unplugged. Intimate. This is Jeff at his most essential, playing a hometown show to a soldout crowd. The songs span his entire catalogue with a surprising cover thrown-in to boot.
A gem of a performance - simple, unadorned,and sincere. A great place to start if you are new to Jeff's music
With upbeat rhythms, infectious grooves, and addictive melodies, this album is a toe-tappers delight. Funky basslines and a hint of raeggae backbeat will keep a bounce in your step.
An album firmly planted in pop-rock, this is Jeff at his most accessible. Highlights include the delightfully fatalistic "Can't Take It With You", the Beatlesque "Writing a Book", and
the reflective "Lost in The Crowd".
Melanchonic and beautiful, "Something Different" is an album that allows the space for its songs to breathe. The acoustic guitar is front and center here, resounding and reflecting in
counterpoint to Jeff's soulful lyrics. The singer-songwriter is alive in every track, with simple, elegant lyrics and sparse instrumentation. Don't miss "The Right Words", "Coldest Winter",
and "I Really Enjoy Spending Time With You".
This is where it all started. The songs range from acoustic to electric, from familiar to exotic, and everything in-between. Jeff demonstrates his musical range by playing nearly instrument
on the album, even laying down a rare violin performance. Check out "Finger on the Pulse" for a quirky middle-eastern vibe, or "Lights of LA" for its lush instrumentation.
I want it all! All of Jeff's music together at a great price!