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Heart & Soul

Heart & Soul

5.0 3
by The Winans

Product Details

Release Date:
Word Entertainment

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Winans   Primary Artist,Background Vocals
George Duke   Keyboards
Ron Winans   Vocals,Background Vocals
Sekou Bunch   Bass Guitar
Jimmy Abney   Hand Clapping
Johnny Britt   Trumpet
Cedric Caldwell   Multi Instruments
Victor Caldwell   Multi Instruments
Keith Crouch   Multi Instruments,Hand Clapping
Kevin Eubanks   Acoustic Guitar
Sherree Ford-Payne   Background Vocals
Ray Fuller   Electric Guitar
Michael Hamilton   Horn
Marc Harris   Keyboards,Hammond Organ
Kipper Jones   Background Vocals
Marva King   Background Vocals
Harvey Mason   Drums
Alvin Parker   Organ
Roy "Dog" Pennon   Hand Clapping
Fred Washington   Bass Guitar
Kirk Whalum   Saxophone
Carvin Winans   Vocals
Marvin Winans   Vocals
Derrick Edmondson   Saxophone
Steve Harvey   Keyboards

Technical Credits

George Duke   Producer
Jimmy Abney   Producer
Cedric Caldwell   Producer,Engineer
Victor Caldwell   Producer,Engineer
Keith Crouch   Producer,Engineer
Pete Diorio   Engineer
Marc Harris   Producer
Mark Herman   Engineer
Eugene Lo   Engineer
Marvin Winans   Producer
Erik Zobler   Engineer
J. Dibbs   Producer
Steve Harvey   Producer
Benjamin Winans   Producer

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Heart & Soul 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a diehard soul/R&B/funk fan, have been for years and this is the best CD I've ever heard for blending these musical influences with religious themes. I would recommend the CD to anyone, even secular folks, based on the pure soulful power of the music. If you happen to prefer your music with a Christian message, then you have a double winner. I've listened to this CD for years and will never tire of it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a magnificent piece of work. I am a 19 year old college student and have just recently been interested in purchasing my own gospel music, rather than hip-hop music with un-Godly lyrics. I always loved the beat rather than the lyrics. I still listen to hip-hop but I watch out for the lyrics. I realize that as a young person I can influence my friends through music, so that when they take a ride with me, the expected r&b or hip-hop won't be playing, but good ol' gospel. I had been thinking about what to get my mother for her birthday which is coming up in approximately a month. She had the album on tape when it first came out, but ever since vehicles have installed cd players rather than 8 tracks, she couldn't use it in the car. And then it probably got misplaced or lost during that transition. She LOVED this cd, and I thought I'd get this for her. She is going to be so shocked, she's going to LOVE it! =-D And I've decided to get one for myself as well. All this goes to show: Proverbs 22 6 Train [1] a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. God Bless
Guest More than 1 year ago
My favorite song was 'Count It All Joy'. This was a very good song. I recommend this song to anyone who is going through anything.