Junction Seven

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Junction Seven
Studio album by Steve Winwood
Released June 3, 1997
Genre Rock
Label Virgin
Producer Narada Michael Walden
Steve Winwood chronology
Refugees of the Heart
(1990)
Junction Seven
(1997)
About Time
(2003)

Junction Seven is Steve Winwood's seventh original solo album and was released in June 1997. The album did not sell very well, breaking the Top 40 in the UK[1] but not the USA, and Winwood took a six-year break from making solo albums (returning in 2003 with About Time). This album was produced by Narada Michael Walden, while Winwood's wife Eugenia co-wrote several songs. Des'ree provided vocals on 'Plenty Lovin'.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Spy in the House of Love" (Winwood, Narada Michael Walden, Jim Capaldi)
  2. "Angel of Mercy" (Winwood, Walden, Capaldi)
  3. "Just Wanna Have Some Fun" (Winwood, Walden)
  4. "Let Your Love Come Down" (Winwood, Walden, Eugenia Winwood, Capaldi)
  5. "Real Love" (Winwood, Walden, Eugenia Winwood)
  6. "Fill Me Up" (Winwood, Eugenia Winwood)
  7. "Gotta Get Back to My Baby" (Winwood, Eugenia Winwood)
  8. "Someone Like You" (Winwood, Walden, Eugenia Winwood)
  9. "Family Affair" (Sylvester Stewart)
  10. "Plenty Lovin'" (Winwood, Walden)
  11. "Lord of the Street" (Winwood, Walden, Capaldi)

Personnel[edit]

  • Steve Winwood - vocals, rhythm guitar (1,2,10,11), guitar solos (1), Hammond B3 organ (3,4,11), lead guitar (4), acoustic piano (5,8,11), synth sax solo (3), clavinet (3,11), acoustic guitar (6), claves (7), percussion (8), additional keyboards (7), horn arrangement (7)
  • Jimi Fischer - wah-wah guitar (1), additional drum programming (2), bass guitar (4), guitar (4)
  • Lenny Kravitz - guitar (4)
  • Nile Rodgers - guitar (8)
  • Des'ree - vocals (10)
  • Vernon "Ice" Black - guitar (3)
  • Jeff Cressman - trombone (7)
  • Walfredo Reyes, Jr. - drums (7), percussion (3,4,7,11)
  • Walfredo Reyes, Sr. - percussion, timbales (7)
  • Myron Dove - bass guitar (8)
  • Louis Fasman - trumpet (7)
  • Greg "Gigi" Gonaway - MIDI drums (11), percussion (1)
  • Jerry Hey - trumpet (3,4), horn arrangement (3,4), string arrangements & conductor (2,5,9)
  • Nathan Rubin - concertmaster (2,5,9)
  • Melecio Magdaluyo - saxophone (7)
  • Rebeca Mauleón-Santana - acoustic piano (7), horn arrangement (7)
  • Michael McEvoy - keyboards (1,2,5,6,8), drum programming (6,8), bass guitar (5,6), bass programming (8), dobro (6), synth vibes (4), acoustic piano (4), synth strings (8,10)
  • Narada Michael Walden - bass guitar (1,3,8,), drums (1,9,11), percussion (2,3,5,9,11), keyboards (1,3,5,8,9,10), drum programming (1-6,8,9,11), B3 bass (2), synth (3,11), Hammond B3 organ (4), cymbals (8), synth bass (9)
  • José Neto - acoustic & nylon electric guitars (10)
  • Bill Ortiz - trumpet (7)
  • Marc Russo - saxophone (4)
  • Marc Van Wageningen - bass guitar (7)
  • Wayne Wallace - trombone (4)
  • Annie Leibovitz - photography
  • Daniel Reyes - congas (7)
  • Frank Martin - keyboards & programming (3,4,5,11)
  • Gary Brown - bass guitar (6)
  • background vocalists - Ruby Turner (6,7), Tony Lindsey (1-3, 7,9), Nikita Germaine (1-4,7,9,11), Sandy Griffith (4,8), Skyler Jett (1-3,7,9,11), Claytoven Richardson (4,8), Annie Stocking (1-4,7,9,11), Simone Sauphanor (6,7), Tina Gibson (1-4,7,9,11) & Eugenia Winwood (6)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Steve Winwood in the UK Charts, The Official Charts. Retrieved September 28, 2011.