The Wind

Label
IndieBlu Music
Release date
4 Jun 2003
Running length
11 tracks
Running time
44:58

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Dirt Life & Times 3:14 1,694
2 Disorder in the House 4:35 9,608
3 Knockin on Heaven's Door 4:04 2,065
4 Numb As A Statue 4:07 18,443
5 She's Too Good For Me 3:11 9,476
6 Prison Grove 4:50 7,790
7 El Amor de mi Vida 3:34 7,485
8 The Rest of the Night 4:39 7,133
9 Please Stay 3:34 7,657
10 Rub Me Raw 5:43 6,701
11 Keep Me In Your Heart 3:27 51,287

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  • ohh1972

    Keep Me In Your Heart kills. And still, everything with a sense of humor. That's what makes it Warren.

    22 Jan 2012 Reply
  • bnlband44

    Let's also remember that the Grammy's are hardly the yardstick by which we should measure great music. They are mostly awards for the record labels' best promotional department. This album is very good. His previous albums were outstanding - and like Nickwit said - overlooked.

    19 Feb 2010 Reply
  • WLDB

    True. After the album came out he said something to the effect of "I better die quick and get that grammy".

    1 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Enrike-muzak

    Beautiful album!

    7 Jan 2009 Reply
  • PinKkFloyDd

    How can you not love his cover of Knockin' On Heaven's Door> Because he was dying does give it a bit more feeling to it.

    18 Feb 2008 Reply
  • MartinJSUK

    Agreed with Nickwit. Most songs are only average by his high standards - Disorder In the House and Keep Me In Your Heart are the only real standouts.

    2 Feb 2008 Reply
  • nickwit

    Sorry to say but... this only won a grammy because he was dying when he made it. Don't think I'm saying it isn't great work, but it's most definitely not his best. Unfortunately, his other albums were overlooked. :(

    4 Dec 2007 Reply
  • Phillyzero

    Truly a great way to go.

    4 Jun 2007 Reply
  • sambenka

    Well done Warren!! Good Dylan's cover:Knocking on heaven's door.

    29 Jan 2007 Reply