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Things I Chose To Remember

Rhys Lewis

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1.1
Better Than Today
Rhys Lewis
3:50
1.2
No Right To Love You
Rhys Lewis
3:58
1.3
When Was The Last Time?
Rhys Lewis
3:37
1.4
Under The Sun
Rhys Lewis
2:49
1.5
What If
Rhys Lewis
3:11
1.6
Lonely Place
Rhys Lewis
3:24
1.7
Good People
Rhys Lewis
3:31
1.8
Some Days
Rhys Lewis
3:28
1.9
Be Your Man
Rhys Lewis
4:00
1.10
Hold On To Happiness
Rhys Lewis
3:37
1.11
What Wild Things Were
Rhys Lewis
4:26
Total Playing Time    39:51
In an intimate sanctuary of sound, Rhys Lewis finds a new home. While his poignant songwriting has racked up legions of loyal fans —and close to 300 million plays to date —the Oxfordshire-born artist has pushed his creativity to unforeseen new heights for his bewitching debut album Things I Chose To Remember. Lewis's superpower is to distil universal-feeling moments into his music with highly personal precision. Things I Chose To Remember is a testament to an artist’s unleashed creativity, and stands as Lewis's most inventive and exploratory music to date.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Decca (UMO) Studio Masters

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