Warm Your Heart

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All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
When Aaron Neville signed with A&M in the early '90s, optimists were hoping for some five-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," ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Alex Henderson
When Aaron Neville signed with A&M in the early '90s, optimists were hoping for some five-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. But although this is far from a bad album, it must be stressed that a collection of his '60s classics would be a much wiser investment.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/11/1991
  • Label: A&M
  • UPC: 075021535428
  • Catalog Number: 5354
  • Sales rank: 21,369

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Aaron Neville Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Drums, Vocals, Background Vocals, cowbell
Ry Cooder Guitar, Slide Guitar
Rita Coolidge Vocals, Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Dr. John Percussion, Piano, Background Vocals, Noise
Bobby King Background Vocals
David Lindley Guitar
Linda Ronstadt Vocals, Human Whistle, Choir, Chorus, Soprano (Vocal)
Larry Carlton Guitar
Don Grolnick Piano, Keyboards
Plas Johnson Tenor Saxophone
Valerie Carter Background Vocals
Jim Keltner Drums
Renee Armand Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Daniel Kobialka Violin
Kevin Ames Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Robert "Kool" Bell Counter Tenor (Vocal)
Robbie Buchanan Organ
Rosemary Butler Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
David Campbell Conductor
Scott Campbell Choir, Chorus
Emilio Castillo Tenor Saxophone
Jeremy Cohen Violin
Gail Cruz Violin
Don Ehrlich Viola
Ronald Erickson Violin
Pavel Farkas Violin, Concert Master
Glen Fischthal Trumpet
Donny Gerrard Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Stephen Gehl Violin
Bob Glaub Bass, Percussion
William "Bill" Greene Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Steve Grove Alto Saxophone
Roxanna Jacobson Viola
Darryl Johnson Bass
David Kadarauch Cello
Dennis Karmazyn Cello
Larry Klein Bass
Dave Krehbiel French Horn
Russ Kunkel Drums
Mark Lawrence Trombone
Jeff Neighbor Contrabass (Vocal)
Cyril Neville Conga
Dean Parks Guitar, Mandolin
Nathan Rubin Violin
Bob Seger Percussion, Background Vocals
Becky Sebring Viola
Nanci Severance Viola
Dan Smiley Violin
Lee Thornburg Trumpet
Carlos Vega Percussion, Drums
Basil Vendryes Viola
Jim Hurley Viola
Arnold McCuller Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Brian Stoltz Guitar, Percussion, Background Vocals
Susan Bates Viola
Judiyaba Cello
Stephen Kupka Baritone Saxophone
Ruth Freeman Viola
Greg Adams Trumpet
Angela Koregelos Flute
Willie Green Drums
Jason Neville Rap
John Fenstermaker Choir Master
Stephen Ferrand Choir, Chorus
James Shallenberger Violin
Jeremy Constant Violin
Thalia Moore Cello
Shinji Eshima Contrabass (Vocal)
Patrice May Violin
Allen Gove Cello
Aiden Miles Choir, Chorus
Bill Ritchen Contrabass (Vocal)
Roy Malan Violin
Tony Hall Bass
Larry Epstein Contrabass (Vocal)
Jimmy Johnson Bass
Technical Credits
Franz Schubert Composer
Dr. John Contributor
Aaron Neville Arranger
Van Dyke Parks Arranger
Linda Ronstadt Arranger, Producer
Jeff Beal Contributor, Symphonic Coordinator
Jim Bailey Composer
David Campbell Orchestration
Jay Gallagher Engineer
Russ Kunkel Programming, Producer
George Massenburg Producer, Engineer
Doug Sax Mastering
Greg Sudmeir Contributor, Symphonic Coordinator
Billy Graham Director
Chuck Beeson Art Direction
Greg Adams Horn Arrangements
Peter Ronstadt Arranger
Traditional Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What an angelistic voice,he will soothe your soul!

    I am from New Orleans, this man is the best in the business, his music is larger than life,when you hear his music you will be lifted, as I was. I am a #1 fan.

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