|📅 Released||May 7, 2021|
|🎙️ Recorded||February 2020|
|Studio||Ocean Way Studios, Nashville, TN|
|🏷️ Label||BFD / The Orchard|
|🤑 Producer||Kevin Shirley|
Headlight Dreams is a studio album by South African singer-songwriter Steve Louw, produced by Kevin Shirley, and recorded at Ocean Way Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, US. The album was released on 7 May 2021. A single off the album, Wind in Your Hair, was released on 16 April 2021 and had 128 733 streams on Spotify within less than six weeks.
Since 1984 Louw has released two albums with his band All Night Radio and six with his band Big Sky, but Headlight Dreams is his first solo album release. Louw wrote all 10 songs on the album.
Louw has said that the songs were inspired by his thoughts and insights during a 8,000-km motorcycle journey around Southern Africa. Stephen Thomas Erlewine wrote that Louw used his 'past and shared experiences and personal insights' to create songs that are 'simultaneously personal and universal'.
1 Crazy River (3:36)
2 Wind in Your Hair (4:09)
3 Don't Wait (4:01)
4 Train Don't Run (7:33)
5 Seven Roses (4:45)
6 Get Out Of My Heart (4:08)
7 The Lost and Found (2:56)
8 Headlight Dreams (5:13)
9 Heavy Weather (3:07)
10 Queen Bee Maybe (4:34)
Steve Louw: vocals, acoustic guitar
Rob McNelley: electric guitars
Kevin McKendree: piano, Hammond organ
Alison Prestwood: bass guitar
Greg Morrow: drums and percussion
Joe Bonamassa: lead guitar on "Wind in Your Hair"
Produced by Kevin Shirley
Recorded at Ocean Way Studios, Nashville, TN
Engineer: Austin Atwood
Mixed by Kevin Shirley at Ocean Way Studios, Nashville, TN and The Cave Australia, Sydney
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, Portland, ME
All songs written by Steve Louw.
Cover photo: Wes Hicks
Liner notes: Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Design by Kate Moss, Moonshine Design
- BizCommunity 'Steve Louw releases new album Headlight Dreams'
- Steve Louw is back in town
- "Steve Louw - Headlight Dreams - CD". Rough Trade. Retrieved 2021-05-29.
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