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Fight For My Soul


Download links and information about Fight For My Soul by Jonny Lang. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Blues, Gospel, Rock, Blues Rock genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 55:39 minutes.

Artist: Jonny Lang
Release date: 2013
Genre: Blues, Gospel, Rock, Blues Rock
Tracks: 11
Duration: 55:39
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No. Title Length
1. Blew Up (The House) 4:42
2. Breakin' In 3:36
3. We Are the Same 5:59
4. What You're Looking For 5:45
5. Not Right 4:33
6. The Truth 5:08
7. River 4:13
8. Fight For My Soul 4:58
9. All of a Sudden 4:42
10. Seasons 5:00
11. I'll Always Be 7:03



Too young his first time around to have a musical vision as mature as his guitar chops, former blues-rock prodigy Jonny Lang returns with his first album in seven years—and it’s a recasting of the young man’s musical world. Guitar solos are no longer the center of a performance, and the modern R&B and soul tracks here bring out his rhythmic side. Co-producer and co-songwriter Tommy Sims ensures that the songs are as important as musical virtuosity. “Breaking’ In” and “We Are the Same” nail down a Lenny Kraits–Sly Stone sound that’s grand and festive. “What You’re Looking For” is the sound of a young man personally searching, despite being able to perform musically at a Stevie Wonder level. It’s this disconnect that gives the album an unusual tension. Rarely has a young artist been so musically accomplished and presented so sleekly that his genuine young man–existential cares seem impossible in light of his studio sophistication. But there’s a fragile soul lurking on each track.