Long Time Coming (Jonny Lang album)
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|Long Time Coming|
|Studio album by Jonny Lang|
|Released||October 14, 2003|
|Genre||Blue-eyed soul, R&B, Christian rock|
|Jonny Lang chronology|
Long Time Coming is the fourth studio album by Jonny Lang, recorded at MF Studio and The Attic, Monrovia, California, and released on October 14, 2003, when he was 22. This fourth album from the still relatively young Lang had been a "long time coming", with five years passing since the release of Wander This World.
Lang incorporated more R&B influences into his overall musical style, without neglecting his love for the blues. The album has more rock-elements compared to his previous work, and features one ballad with beat and arrangement comparable to modern R&B/Pop ("Touch"). One of the songs is a cover of Edgar Winter's "Dying to Live". The album also features Aerosmith's Steven Tyler on "Happiness and Misery," where he plays the harmonica.
- "Give Me Up Again"
- "Red Light"
- "Get What You Give"
- "One I got"
- "Beautiful One"
- "If We Try"
- "Goodbye Letter"
- "Save Yourself"
- "To Love Again"
- "Happiness And Misery"
- "Hide Your Love"
- "Dying To Live"
- "Long Time Coming"
- "Livin' for the City (Live)"
- Jonny Lang (vocals, lead guitar)
- Marti Frederiksen (rhythm guitar, bass, drums, percussion)
- John Goux (guitar)
- Jim Cox (piano, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond B-3 organ)
- Scott Gordon (Wurlitzer piano, programming)
- Bruce McCabe (clavinet)
- Joey Waronker (drums)
- Lenny Castro (congas)
- Kayla Parker (background vocals)
- Steven Tyler & Anthony Hamilton (guests)