Rain is the first Jackson record since the brilliant and critically acclaimed "Volume 4" was released in 2003. While "Volume 4" and the seven-month tour that followed featured the reunion of the original, iconic Joe Jackson Band, Rain was made with three of those four members: Jackson (vocals and keyboards), Graham Maby (bass/vocals) and Dave Houghton (drums/vocals). The record was made in Jackson's newly-adopted city of Berlin in a studio called Planet Roc.
The Invisible Man
10/3/2010 2:06:08 PM
Rain is pretty brilliant, as is your whole catalog. My friends and I have been fans since the late seventies, and in my musician circles, you are simply referred to as "Joe," and we all know who we mean. Thank you for so much inspiration as a songwriter and performer.
2/21/2010 2:05:29 AM
First version of "The Invisible Man" I like better than my own, Peace, John Myles
4/27/2009 9:26:19 PM
Awesome new track - Night and Day is one of my all time fav albums so it's nice to hear some new tracks!!!
2/3/2008 6:12:17 PM
Great to hear some new stuff! I had the pleasure of working for Camelot Music back when "Night and Day" was hot; we had you in heavy rotation and moved a ton of product in my store.
Thanks, and Keep Steppin' Out,
1/18/2008 10:40:43 AM
Love the new song! I bought my tickets for the show in Vancouver in May. Great to see Graham Maby is still holding down the bottom end. That bass line on "Stepping Out" is still one of the best hooks ever recorded.
1/13/2008 10:15:16 AM
Mr. Jackson, Carl from Milan (saw you at the Smeraldo here way back in '91) just wanted to say how much I love your music (I've ripped off everything I can but being a guitarist it's not always easy :-) and that it's great to see you here at IAC. "The Invisible Man" is brilliant...my gawd, why isn't this stuff on the radio instead of the $chlock we get. Wish you all the best.
1/11/2008 11:05:34 PM
Gotta put,"You Can't Get What You Want" & "Breaking Us In Two" up on here...
1/11/2008 10:19:21 PM
Mr. Jackson, you have been a favorite artist of mine since the days of "Real Men" when I was introduced to your FANTASTIC music back in college in the 80's. That song was such an inspiration in so many different ways. Your music was an influence in my life and way of thinking.
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