Robert Cray’s ‘In My Soul’ is his twenty first album produced by Steve Jordan and released on April 1, 2014 by Provogue.
Track Listing : 1.You Move Me (Robert Cray) – 04:21 . 2.Nobody’S Fault But Mine (Otis Redding) – 02:39 . 3.Fine Yesterday (Robert Cray) – 04:31 . 4.Your Good Thing Is About To End (Isaac Hayes, David Porter) – 05:34 . 5.I Guess I’Ll Never Know (Les Falconer, Jeff Paris, Rick Whitfield) – 04:39 . 6.Hold On (Hendrix Ackle, Richard Cousins) – 03:56 . 7.What Would You Say (Robert Cray) – 04:25 . 8.Hip Tight Onions (Hendrix Ackle, Richard Cousins) – 02:16 . 9.You’Re Everything (Robert Cray) – 06:05 . 10.Deep In My Soul (Gilbert Caples, Deadric Malone, Joseph Scott) – 05:18 . 11.Pillow (Robert Cray, Jerry Friedman) – 05:06
Musicians : Robert Cray Band – Band . The Cats – Vocals . Richard Cousins – Bass . Robert Cray – Guitar, Vocals . Les Falconer – Drums, Vocals, Vocals (Background) . Steve Jordan – Drums, Guitar . Dover Weinberg – Keyboards . Trevor Lawrence – Sax (Tenor) . Steve Madaio – Trumpet
Production : Produced By Steve Jordan . Niko Bolas – Engineer, Mixing . Greg Calbi – Mastering . Dominic Camardella – Assistant Engineer . Tomas Del Toro-Diaz – Assistant Engineer . Steve Fallone – Mastering . Steve Jordan – Mixing . Bob White – Engineer
Package : Jeff Katz – Photography . Roy Koch – Artwork
Released On April 1, 2014 By Provogue.
Blues Rock Review –
Although this album does not pack a lot of rock, Robert again uses his blues-edged characteristic sound to great effect. With the resurgent interest lately in the ’60s and ’70s soul greats, In My Soul is a great album to pick up if you would like to explore the deep pool of classic soul music by just getting your feet wet with someone you’re comfortable with. […]
As ever, Cray’s world is emotionally fraught. Hold On is a plea for a partnership under stress, Pillow a seductive love call, while the acoustic What Would You Say calls for social justice. A master at work. […]
Get Ready to ROCK!
In case you hadn’t noticed soul has been back in favour for the last few years and Robert revels in the opportunity to bring his own brand of sophistication to the party. […]