℗ 2016 Silver Arrow Records
 

If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home by Now

Chris Robinson Brotherhood

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1
New Cannonball Rag
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
6:21
2
Shadow Cosmos
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
5:45
3
Roan County Banjo
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
7:50
4
From the North Garden
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
4:43
5
Sweet Sweet Lullaby
Chris Robinson Brotherhood
5:18
Total Playing Time    29:57
This five song EP is the second release of 2016 from the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, led by the former Black Crowe. Robinson felt these tracks, recorded at the same sessions as the album Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, deserved to be presented on their own.

"If You Lived Here is the sonic bookend to our Anyway You Love recording and song cycle. When we were sequencing the original album, these five songs seemed to want to hang together in their own way and tell their own little story, so they were set aside to present separately."
- Chris Robinson
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