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From A Room, Vol. 2

Chris Stapleton

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1
Millionaire
Chris Stapleton
3:30
2
Hard Livin'
Chris Stapleton
2:59
3
Scarecrow in the Garden
Chris Stapleton
3:20
4
Nobody's Lonely Tonight
Chris Stapleton
3:27
5
Tryin' to Untangle My Mind
Chris Stapleton
3:15
6
A Simple Song
Chris Stapleton
3:36
7
Midnight Train to Memphis
Chris Stapleton
3:43
8
Drunkard's Prayer
Chris Stapleton
4:08
9
Friendship
Chris Stapleton
4:25
Total Playing Time    32:23
"For Chris Stapleton to inhabit these songs, with Morgane's voice as present as ever, doesn't contradict his image. If anything, folding these songs into his repertoire lends greater emotional weight to his entire body of work... It's no wonder so many fans have come to count him as a musical hero."
- Jewly Hight, NPR Music

Recorded with producer Dave Cobb in Nashville's historic RCA Studio A, Chris Stapleton's trio is captured in beautiful minimalism in From A Room: Volume 2. Songs detailing meaningful attachments, hell-raising youth gone-by and devotion to family abound in this personal and sensitive release.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMG Recordings Studio Masters

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