Aaron Neville - Warm Your Heart


ORG - Original Recordings Group


Male Vocalist

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AORG 141-45
UPC: 858492002411
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45 RPM Vinyl Record

No. of Discs: 2
Note: 180 Gram

45 RPM

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Aaron Neville's Warm Your Heart - double LP set, 45 RPM

180-gram LPs pressed at RTI

Limited numbered edition reissue by Original Recordings Group (ORG)

Mastered from the original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman

A 1991 release that includes Linda Ronstadt, David Lindley & Ry Cooder. One of Aaron Neville's best. "When Aaron Neville signed with A&M in the early '90s, optimists were hoping for some 5-star soul gems along the lines of his classic '60s recordings. Instead, his first A&M date, Warm Your Heart, found the veteran New Orleans singer taking a much more pop-minded approach, with generally decent results. While Neville didn't abandon soul music, this CD made it clear that A&M was intent on making him a major hit in the pop market (which had been exposed to him in 1989 thanks to his duets with Linda Ronstadt). Though hardly in a class with such classics as 'Tell It Like It Is' and 'She Took You for a Ride,' tracks like the haunting 'That's the Way She Loves,' the gritty 'Angola Bound,' and a remake of the Main Ingredient's 'Everybody Plays the Fool' showed that Neville still had plenty of warmth and charisma."

1. Louisiana 1927
2. Everybody Plays the Fool
3. It Feels Like Rain
4. Somewhere, Somebody
5. Don't Go Please Stay
6. With You in Mind
7. That's the Way She Loves
8. Angola Bound
9. Close Your Eyes
10. La Vie Dansante
11. Warm Your Heart
12. I Bid You Goodnight
13. Ave Maria

Customer Reviews (4.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Rich production

posted on 10/16/2013
4 Stars
Reviewer: Jeff C - Australia
Sound 5 stars, Music 4 stars. Rich production with no expense spared on recording values. The bass reaches deep providing a solid foundation for all the nice stuff to play out on top. The pressings are very flat and quiet so no complaints about the vinyl quality at all. The music is pretty good; however for me the choice of songs/arrangements just left me a little flat. To make this album soar, for me it needed a few killer tracks so it would have more light and shade in the mix of mostly laid back tracks. But that is just my taste, for you this album could be perfect.

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