Used by permission from: Freelance writer Michael P Coleman at michaelpcoleman.com
It only took 38 years for Carvin Winans, one of gospel music’s legendary Winans family, to record his first solo project, In The Softest Way. The genre-defying album is exactly what fans have come to expect from him.
Winans, along with his twin Marvin and brothers Ronald and Michael, burst onto the music scene in 1981 with the landmark Introducing The Winans album and “The Question Is,” which topped gospel and R & B charts nationwide. Over the ensuing couple of decades, all of Winans’ band mates and his younger siblings released solo projects — even his parents and the next generation of Winans released several albums — while Carvin’s fans have had to wait for him to strike out on his own.
Good things have come to those who have waited. In The Softest Way’s eleven engaging tracks feature the first-rate production, compelling lyrics, and stellar vocals for which Winans and his family have always been known.
But there’s something decidedly different about this new album. During our EXCLUSIVE interview, Winans told me that the different element this time around was, very simply, Carvin.
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