A Mercury Nashville Release; ℗ 2020 Sound Records, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc.
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Always been a fan of Chris. The album, like all of his others, are simple songs that I can relate to. Always like how much soul and emotion he sings with and the different styles he uses in his music. Look forward to anything else he puts out in the future.
Stums the cords straight to my heart everything he has ever done is quite all right with me .. I put him in the same boat with Charlie Daniels... Waylon.. Willy a little Hank Sr... in the story telling styles of George Jones and merle haggard..
I’m very critical of music, and Chris has put out flawless albums for the past three he has done. But I was not a fan of track 11, with all the talking, sounds like a modern pop country artist, and track 12 that brought up the Vegas shooting , which has been talked about in songs way too many times at this point, so it just sucked the enjoyability but over all not bad.
I don’t know how you manage to get better snd better but you do! Your concerts are the best I have ever been to! Sure miss listening to you live! This is the next best thing! Keep doing you Mr. Stapleton!!!! Amazing! ❤️
Chris Stapleton is always amazing! I didn’t even review the album before I bought it because I knew it would be great. He could sing about a paper bag and I’d listen to it. Keep the music coming Chris Stapleton!!! 😍😍
As always, Chris Stapleton, delivered another amazing album. Its simple, it’s how you feel, you connect and when you close your eyes you feel it. It takes something special to be able to connect to your fans when you don’t even realize it. You’re helping yourself but saving someone else’s. Peace. Love.
Hoping “Bad Side of the Blood” is on this album under a different name, really like that song. Hillbilly one doesn’t really fit, who knows. Just glad he’s back. Very good album. Shame the F your feelings crowd has such sensitive feelings. You’re a dang genius Chris, well rounded genius. Keep it up. March to the beat of your own drum.
But LOVE Chris Stapleton and this album reassures me that he’s top notch. I see his style to be more Blues, as evident with this album. Can’t wait to see him live in Chicago next summer. Other than the early release songs, Worry B Gone, Maggie’s Song, Watch You Burn...crazy good. Chris’s voice is unmatched! Sprinkle in Morgan. Man, this album is amazing.
Chris Stapleton was at one time a breathe of fresh air in the world of Nashville Pop-Sorry…Country Music. But this latest album, shows Stapleton has lost his creative edge. Case in point-“Devil Always Made Me Think Twice” is nothing more than a sloppy attempt to rip off John Fogerty’s “Old Man Down The Road”. Maybe there are those of us that hold Chris Stapleton to a higher standard? Sadly, this album is not near his best-Not Even Close!!!