Chris Stapleton - From A Room: Volume 1 (2017) [Country]

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Chris Stapleton - From A Room: Volume 1 (2017) [Country]

Post by freeasabird » Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:38 pm

Artist: Chris Stapleton
Album: From A Room: Volume 1
Bitrate: 231kbps avg
Quality: EAC Secure Mode / LAME 3.98.4 / -V0 / 44.100Khz
Label: Mercury
Genre: Country
Size: 56.20 megs
PlayTime: 0h 32min 29sec total
Rip Date: 2017-05-13
Store Date: 2017-05-05

Track List:
01. Broken Halos                     3:00
02. Last Thing I Needed, First       4:15
    Thing This Morning
03. Second One To Know               2:56
04. Up To No Good Livin'             4:05
05. Either Way                       4:08
06. I Was Wrong                      3:11
07. Without Your Love                3:51
08. Them Stems                       3:00
09. Death Row                        4:03

Release Notes:
When his 2015 CMA wins for Album of the Year, New Artist of the Year, and Male
Vocalist of the Year turned Chris Stapleton into an overnight sensation, it
raised the expectations for the sequel to his debut Traveller considerably.
Released two years to the day after Traveller, From a Room, Vol. 1 surprises
with its modesty. Yes, it's the first installment of a two-part album -- a move
that, by definition, suggests some level of heightened ambition -- but From a
Room, Vol. 1 benefits from its lean 32-minute running time, its brevity shifting
attention to the sturdiness of its nine songs. Stapleton revives his Traveller
blueprint, adhering to the worn, leathery sound of '70s outlaw country, but his
success has slowed his roll, allowing him to proceed with a quiet confidence.
Most of the album does move at a leisurely pace, with the bruised ballad "Broken
Halos" setting the tone for the rest of the record. A sly cover of "Last Thing I
Needed, First Thing This Morning" -- a 1982 hit for Willie Nelson -- builds upon
this contemplative mood and he returns to it frequently, whether it's on the
skeletal "Either Way" or the simmering tension of the closing "Death Row."
Stapleton expands upon this rumination by offering a couple of soulful
heartbreak numbers -- "I Was Wrong" and "Without Your Love" -- an old-fashioned
barroom lament ("Up to No Good Livin'"), and a pair of rowdy, funny
blues-rockers ("Second One to Know," "These Stems") that give From a Room, Vol.1
dimension and color. As good as each of these songs is individually -- and there
isn't a bad song in the bunch -- what's best about From a Room, Vol. 1 is how it
holds together. There's no grand concept here: it's just a collection of good
tunes, delivered simply and soulfully, and that's more than enough.
Chris_Stapleton-From_A_Room-Vol_1-2017-404.rar  [55.39 Mb]

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