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To the Sunset

Amanda Shires

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1
Parking Lot Pirouette
Amanda Shires
3:32
2
Swimmer
Amanda Shires
2:54
3
Leave It Alone
Amanda Shires
3:41
4
Charms
Amanda Shires
2:33
5
Eve's Daughter
Amanda Shires
3:10
6
Break out the Champagne
Amanda Shires
2:45
7
Take on the Dark
Amanda Shires
3:01
8
White Feather
Amanda Shires
3:34
9
Mirror, Mirror
Amanda Shires
2:47
10
Wasn't I Paying Attention
Amanda Shires
4:23
Total Playing Time    32:20
Amanda Shires' fifth studio release, To The Sunset, was recorded at the legendary RCA Studio A under the guidance of multiple Grammy award-winning producer Dave Cobb.

This album finds the singer-songwriter tackling personal and social issues via its unapologetic, fearless tracks. Self-esteem, mental illness, and addiction are all explored on these reflective songs.

Shires' Husband, Jason Isbell, as well as Cobb, Peter Levin, and Jerry Pentecost each have special guest roles on the recording.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Silver Knife Records Studio Masters

Tracks 3, 9 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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