Aaron Neville: Warm Your Heart

Artikkelnr.: AAPP 132-45

Analogue Productions - Audiophile Recording - Dobbel (2) 180g LP 45 rpm

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Aaron Neville´s Warm Your Heart — double LP set, 45 RPM from Analogue Productions!

Mastered from the original analog tapes by Bernie Grundman

Plating and 180-gram pressing by Quality Record Pressings

Tip-on gatefold jacket by Stoughton Printing

1991 release includes guests Linda Ronstadt, Rita Coolidge, and Ry Cooder

Plenty of warmth and charisma — one of Aaron Neville´s best!

Artist Aaron Neville 
Tittel Warm Your Heart 
Sjanger Pop / Rock
Mastret av Bernie Grundman 
Pressing Plant Quality Record Pressings 
Format Vinyl - 180g / 45 rpm
Antall plater
Lydkvalitet Audiofil
Plateselskap Analogue Productions 
Utgivelsesdato 1991 / 2020
Platenummer AAPP 132-45 

In his lengthy career, veteran New Orleans singer Aaron Neville recorded some five-star soul gems on classic albums from the 1960s. His first A&M date, Warm Your Heart, features a more pop-minded approach, 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). 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 vocal thrills and charm.

For our Analogue Productions 180-gram reissue of this classic record, the hallmarks you've come to expect, nay demand, for perfect vinyl are all here: Bernie Grundman provided the mastering from the original analog tape, the 180-gram flat, silent vinyl was pressed by Gary Salstrom and his crew at Quality Record Pressings, and no less than an old-style tip-on gatefold jacket from Stoughton Printing would merit use in a project this special.

Producer Linda Ronstadt sings on four songs on the album and Grammy Award winner Rita Coolidge sings on three. Other guests include slide guitarist Ry Cooder, saxophonist Plas Johnson, Bob Seger, Dr. John, Bob Glaub and Dean Parks.

In their four-star review Rolling Stone said that Neville "must have taken the meaning of the gospel deep into his heart." The New York Times review stated that the "solo album debut of the great New Orleans soul singer has the year's most sublime pop vocals." The album reached No. 44 on the American Billboard 200 album chart, and achieved platinum status. In Canada, the album reached No. 25 on the Album Charts and achieved gold status.

01       Louisiana 1927 
02 Everybody Plays The Fool 
03 It Feels Like Rain 
01 Somewhere, Somebody 
02 Don't Go Please Stay 
03 With You In Mind 
04 That's The Way She Loves
01 Angola Bound 
02 Close Your Eyes 
03 La Vie Dansante 
01 Warm Your Heart 
02 I Bid You Goodnight 
03 Ave Maria