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Are You Gonna Go My Way (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Are You Gonna Go My Way (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) by Lenny Kravitz. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 02:29:03 minutes.

Artist: Lenny Kravitz
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 31
Duration: 02:29:03
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No. Title Length
1. Are You Gonna Go My Way 3:31
2. Believe 4:54
3. Come On and Love Me 3:54
4. Heaven Help 3:11
5. Just Be a Woman 3:48
6. Is There Any Love In Your Heart 3:40
7. Black Girl 3:44
8. My Love 3:53
9. Sugar 3:58
10. Sister 7:04
11. Eleutheria 4:50
12. Spinning Around Over You 3:35
13. Ascension 3:44
14. All My Life 6:25
15. Brother 4:18
16. Someone Like You 4:15
17. For the First Time 3:41
18. B-Side Blues 3:31
19. Believe (Acoustic Version) 4:07
20. Sister (Acoustic Version) 6:07
21. Heaven Help (Acoustic Version) 3:58
22. Work Like the Devil 4:46
23. Feeling Alright (Instrumental) 3:49
24. Getting Out (Will You Marry Me) 4:16
25. Good Lovin' 3:34
26. Blood/Papa (A Long and Sad Goodbye) [Instrumental] 10:59
27. Early Morning Blues (Instrumental) 4:33
28. I May Not Be a Star (Light Piece For Vanessa) 4:43
29. Travelogue (Your Love Has Got a Handle On My Mind) 4:21
30. Lonely Rainbows 2:26
31. Lenny Kravitz Interviewed By Mick Wilkojc For Steve Wright In the Afternoon On BBC Radio 1 15:28



Fans of Lenny Kravitz and his arguably best album—his third, Are You Gonna Go My Way—are treated to a look behind the finished product with this remastered and expanded edition. Twenty bonus tracks are added to the official album, including 10 previously unreleased recordings from Kravitz’s personal archive. Seven b-sides are conveniently included, and the acoustic versions of “Believe,” “Sister," and “Heaven Help” are intimate portraits. But it’s the "Works in Progress" demos and outtakes of “Work Like the Devil,” “Getting Out,” “Good Lovin’," and “Early Morning Blues”—along with Vanessa Paradis demos of “I May Not Be a Star” and “Lonely Rainbows”—that give the feeling that we’re being dropped behind the celebrity gates to hear the musician in his rawest state. A 15-minute Kravitz interview with the BBC puts the album into the artist’s perspective.