by Eric Benét


Product Details

Release Date: 06/21/2005
Label: Reprise / Wea
UPC: 0093624797029
catalogNumber: 47970

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Eric Benét   Primary Artist,Percussion,Bass (Vocal),Vocals
Van Dyke Parks   Conductor
David Foster   Keyboards
Chris Botti   Trumpet,Soloist
Vinnie Colaiuta   Drums
Larry Corbett   Cello
Hod David   Bass,Guitar,Drums
Andy Duncan   Guitar
Nathan East   Bass
Jef Lee Johnson   Guitar
Viktor Krauss   Bass
Frank Lacy   Horn
Michael Landau   Electric Guitar
Pino Palladino   Bass
Dean Parks   Guitar
Tim Pierce   Guitar
James Poyser   Keyboards
Norbert Stachel   Saxophone
Juan Patino   Percussion
Dan Needham   Drums
Walter Afanasieff   Keyboards
William Ross   Conductor
Dave Foster   Keyboards
Spanky Alford   Guitar,Soloist
Randall Bowland   Guitar
Brian Frazier Moore   Drums
Shannon Sanders   Organ,Synthesizer,Piano
Anthony Johnson   Drums
Demonté Posey   Organ,Keyboards
Jacques Schwarz-Bart   Horn
Lucia Micarelli   Violin

Technical Credits

Van Dyke Parks   Arranger
Chris Boardman   String Arrangements
Danny Duncan   Engineer
David Foster   Audio Production
Steve B.   Engineer
Tim Blixseth   Composer,Executive Producer
David Campbell   String Arrangements
Jonathan Clark   Composer
Hod David   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Andy Duncan   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Humberto Gatica   Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Larry Gold   String Arrangements
John Lang   Composer
George Nash   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Dean Parks   Composer
Danny Peck   Composer
Csaba Petocz   Engineer
Alejandro Rodriguez   Engineer
Stephen Walker   Art Direction
Mike O'Connor   Engineer
Walter Afanasieff   Arranger,Composer,Programming,Producer,Audio Production
Eric Benét   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
William Ross   Arranger
Dave Foster   Arranger,Producer,String Arrangements
Andrew Ramsey   Composer
Emanuel Kiriakou   Programming,Engineer
Shannon Sanders   Composer,Programming,Producer,Audio Production
Demonté Posey   Producer,Audio Production
Michael Carney   Composer,Producer
Joe Wohlmuth   Engineer
Patrick Woodward   Engineer
Neil Devor   Engineer
Jorge Vivo   Engineer
John Sneltz   Engineer
Andrew Wyatt   Composer,Engineer
Drew Ramsey   Audio Production
Jochem van der Saag   Programming
Michael Carney   Audio Production

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Hurricane 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have never felt so much love and pain in the lyrics of a male singer before. Especially in "I Wanna Be Loved" and "Still With You." This is my first Eric Benet purchase but definately wont be my last.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Okay... so he is the lady's ex-husband... can we move on?! Eric has... and he is back as himself in perfect voice! This album is a must have for anyone who likes to vibe... excellent grooves for any summer day. Yes I am fan, I have followed Eric since his Benet days with sister Lisa and yes I was skeptical to his "comeback" but thank goodness he has! We have missed Eric. I still believe his best is yet to come but I think "Hurricane" is his best to date... this is just a key piece of his foundation. The production is excellent... thanks to such greats as David Foster, Walter A... and the usual suspects, George Nash Jr. and Demonte Posey, as well as Eric himself. I believe this album has been in the making for a while and this is the record he wanted us to hear. Eric stands his ground and lives up to his name... Eric Benet Jordan, the smooth and retrospective crooner he always will be. Thanks Eric! Job well done!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Eric Benet's soulful voice can make you cry and inspire fans, just by the sheer emotion he injects into his music. His new album "Hurricane" is long awaited and is a shinning example of his great talent. Back from a 6 year hiatus (I'm sure fans are saying about time), Benet put together a shimmering gem for a third release. "Hurricane" is mostly ballad driven, which can weigh the listener down a bit, but each song shows off his vocal prowis perfectly. The style of the album varies with each track, taking a slight left turn from traditional R&B. Benet sings behind a lush backdrop of R&B,lite soul, acoustic and pop sounds, making "Hurricane" a well crafted mixed bag. With all the drama that's surrounded Eric Benet's life, those experiences has lead him to create an album both heart breaking and inspiring.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by far the absolute best of Eric Benet. The music and the voice clearly demonstrates superb talent. It shines through with a calmness and confidence that shows he is definitely back. Welcome back Eric. This is a BEAUTIFUL piece. Every selection is more beautiful than the one before it. Don't change a thing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent "quiet storm" type cd. Perfect for an intimate evening for two,dinner parties, or just chillin all alone. Eric delivers the goods as usual! I would have liked another duet ala Tamia's - spend my life with you, but maybe next time! This is a definite addition for your collection!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Eric Benet is my favorite singer. This was a highly anticipated album, and once again, he delivered. You will love this album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lyrics that are tangible. The growth from his trials are woven into this musical project. I am enjoying listening to this CD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sounds like he really misses Halle and these sounds is a cry that he is hurting a little bit and may have some regrets sometimes
Guest More than 1 year ago
This has an Amos Lee R&B, chillin vibe - very contemporary and gentle - very musically lovely - especially "The Last Time" and "India" written for Benet's daughter.