Dec 14, 2011

Warren Haynes - Man In Motion

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Kicking off with Warren Haynes' unmistakable and masterful guitar over gospel-soaked piano, the title track to the dynamic new album 'Man In Motion' functions as a mission statement for the legendary musician and his signature brand of rock, blues and soul. Driving horn blasts and powerful organ punctuate some of the most soulful guitar playing and singing that Haynes has ever recorded.
'Man In Motion' is also a snapshot of a creatively restless musician who is constantly in artistic motion himself. "Musicians are students for life. We have to continually take new approaches," affirms Haynes. It's not Haynes' first foray as a soul man, however. "Soul music was my first love," says Haynes. "The first LPs I had growing up in Asheville [NC] were greatest hits compilations from Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, James Brown, Junior Walker, Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Wilson Pickett, and The Supremes." 'Man in Motion' contains all original Haynes songs with the addition of original Stax recording artist William Bell's hit "Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday".
1. Man In Motion
2. River’s Gonna Rise
3. Everyday Will Be Like A Holiday
4. Sick Of My Shadow
5. Your Wildest Dreams
6. On A Real Lonely Night
7. Hattiesburg Hustle
8. A Friend To You
9. Take A Bullet
10. Save Me

Warren Haynes - vocals, guitar
Ivan Neville - background vocals and organ
Ian McLagan - piano
Ruthie Foster - background vocals
George Porter, Jr. - bass
Ron Holloway - saxophone


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westbert said...

I know most everyone is a 60's-70's fanatic (me too) but I would love to see this 2011 release by Warren Haynes reposted if you have the time and inclination. Warren is such a talented, talented guitarist and is not too shabby a vocalist either.

hanalex said...