Jonny Lang is no stranger to professional music. He got signed in 1997 at the young age of 16, but with a musical maturity and sound that made me and many others, take note. It is no surprise that his 2006 release Turn Around won a Grammy. Seven years later comes a brand new rock n soul Lang signature with themes of heartache, bluesy emotional musicality, and love and loss.
Fight For My Soul was released on September 7, 2013.
Song by Song Review
Blew Up (The House): A bluesy guitar heavy track [Lang’s signature style] paint a metaphorical picture of burning down the house or leaving the man you were yesterday.
Breaking In: A song about temptation (metaphorically or literally) breaking in between you and the person you love, and how you will no longer stand for it.
We Are The Same:
A song about how God’s love could free each of us to all live with no more disguise.
What You’re Looking For:
A song about how what you are looking for most in life will eventually chase you down, and find you at the right time.
A soulful song about being & staying blind to the needs of this world.
A song with guitar interludes that remind me of Carlos Santana with emotional lyrics about wanting to be with someone but you aren’t right for one another, and not wanting to face the truth of that at all.
Jazzy blues musicality about the sanctity of the river and letting it wash away the shame and wrong away.
Fight For My Soul:
A soft song about a young girl caught up in the wrong stuff and the fight for her soul.
All of a Sudden:
A song about the moment you fall in love with someone & your life is forever changed
A song about the various seasons of life as he reflects during Christmas Time.
I’ll Always Be:
A love song about being your loved one’s biggest fan.