℗ This compilation 2016 Elektra Records for the United States and WEA International Inc
 

Southern Family

Various Artists

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1.1
Simple Song
John Paul White
4:00
1.2
God Is a Working Man
Jason Isbell
3:20
1.3
Down Home
Brent Cobb
3:27
1.4
Sweet by and By
Miranda Lambert
3:36
1.5
You Are My Sunshine (with Chris Stapleton / feat. Chris Stapleton)
Morgane Stapleton; Chris Stapleton
6:13
1.6
Grandma's Garden
Zac Brown
4:35
1.7
Mama's Table
Jamey Johnson
3:46
1.8
Learning
Anderson East
4:39
1.9
Settle Down
Holly Williams
2:27
1.10
I Cried
Brandy Clark
5:22
1.11
Can You Come Over?
Shooter Jennings
3:53
1.12
The Way Home
Rich Robinson
5:40
Total Playing Time    50:58
Elektra Record's country imprint Low Country Sound, founded by music producer Dave Cobb, releases Southern Family. The compilation record showcases some of the label's finest talents, recorded in Nashville's historic RCA Studio A, which helped define the Nashville sound. The release features celebrated artists such as Jason Isbell, Jamey Johnson, Shooter Jennings, Miranda Lambert, and more!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Low Country Sound/Elektra Studio Masters

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