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Chris Stapleton to release his brand-new studio album, Starting Over, on November 13th. With 14 tracks, it''s his first project with new material since his last album in 2017. Stapleton plans on touring in support of this release as part of the All-American Road Show in Summer 2021. Chris has received 5 GRAMMY Awards, 7 ACM Awards, 10 CMA Awards, and 5 Billboard Music Awards to date. 180-gram Double Vinyl Set.

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Somebody of no consequenceTop Contributor: Blues Music
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Chris Stapleton makes a claim to be the unifying musical figure of our era
Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2020
Music has fragmented over the years. Once upon a time, people listened to radio, and while there was some segmentation in audiences, there were some unifying figures. The last crop of truly unifying figures were the 60s soul singers, like Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles.... See more
Music has fragmented over the years. Once upon a time, people listened to radio, and while there was some segmentation in audiences, there were some unifying figures. The last crop of truly unifying figures were the 60s soul singers, like Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. Everybody loved them. No matter one''s taste in music, regardless of genre, basically everybody loved a few of these brilliant, unifying artists. They are gone now, and the artistic world has fragmented far more than it was in the 1960s, which is ironic since the 1960s was the era in which the civil rights movement was fighting de jure segregation.

Country is, in some ways, an unlikely genre for unification, given its polarizing nature. It isn''t merely the nasal twang of most country singers-- it is the cultural image associated with the genre. To a significant portion of America, country simply represents a culture with which they do not identify, so the merits of the art become irrelevant. A few artists break through that. Rock fans long ago decided that it was OK to like Johnny Cash, and hippies have a fondness for Willie Nelson. Interestingly, jazz people frequently appreciate WIllie too-- Miles Davis appreciated his sense of time. Yet country''s polarizing position in the music industry makes it an unlikely place to look for unifying figures. The 1990s arena acts that got big doing the all-hat-no-cattle thing certainly didn''t help. The late-great comedian, Bill Hicks, was permanently banned from performing on David Letterman''s show for some off-color comedy about Billy Ray Cyrus, who left a bad taste in the mouthes of those who weren''t interested in the image-conscious side of pop-country in the 1990s. So really, country has always been an unlikely place to look for the new, unifying figures. The new Ray Charles. The new Aretha.

One can make a case that Chris Stapleton is establishing himself in that role. His star just continues to rise, and I can''t find anyone, regardless of taste, who doesn''t love him. His R&B growl, deep country roots, southern rock bite... all of this continues coming together in a unique brew that everybody loves. What is truly odd about this is that when someone''s star rises like this, the hipster snobs are supposed to turn away in disgust. With Stapleton, he was a darling of the snobs first. With The Steeldrivers-- one of the hardest-hitting bluegrass acts around, he made clear that he was the real deal in a way that earned the respect of all real roots music fans long before the snobs could ever turn up... OK, our noses. Yeah, he got famous. But he''s so good that instead of getting weirded out, we''re watching with puzzlement that someone so good is actually getting recognition.

After the From A Room sessions, Stapleton returns with a proper, full album. At this point, he has established a solo sound, fully separate from The Steeldrivers, and he does what we have come to expect. His voice can blow you away, but he understands that you don''t just belt it out all the time. That''s how you overstay your welcome. Arrangements run the gamut from folksy to gritty rockers. The band is tight, without ever being showy. Most importantly, this is just music for everyone. It is distinctly southern, with enough of a twang to be identifiable as real country, as opposed to all-hat-no-cattle, factory-produced garbage for line-dancing. Yet, Stapleton doesn''t overwhelm you with his nose, cliched production tricks, or anything like that. This is what country really is. What it always should be.

If you''re already a country fan, doesn''t this make you sick of that Nashville garbage? Don''t you want to start listening to Isbell and Sturgill and the Black Lillies and Pierce Edens and Darrell Scott, and the old stuff, instead of whatever is on country radio? And if somehow, you found yourself here thinking, "I don''t like country, but I guess that Stapleton guy is OK," don''t you want to know who I''m talking about when I say that Nashville country is terrible, but you need to listen to the real stuff?

Perhaps this advice will go unheeded. Probably. Regardless, at this moment in time, country fans, rock fans, R&B fans, and basically everyone, can come together and appreciate the unifying genius of Chris Stapleton.
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James
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Vinyl Does Not Include Digital Download
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2020
The Chris Stapleton I began to enjoy from the beginning. The songs bring me back to his Traveller album.

My only gripe is the vinyl does not include a digital download, I may return it for that reason.
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Yankster
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Chris Stapleton does it again..
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2020
Just a lot of great tunes on this, the song about his dog being one of the best...
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Tenn Jazz Man
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Starting Over
Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2020
If you like Chris Stapleton''s previous music; then, you will love Starting Over. This showcases the guitar playing. He has not started over but evolved. This guy has a classic here You''ve have heard the early releases of this CD like Starting Over, Cold and... See more
If you like Chris Stapleton''s previous music; then, you will love Starting Over. This showcases the guitar playing. He has not started over but evolved. This guy has a classic here

You''ve have heard the early releases of this CD like Starting Over, Cold and Arkansas which are great songs. Rocks out on Whiskey Sunrise, Worry B Gone and Watch You Burn. Maggie''s Song has a hint of the Band. Great set of country and rock songs.

Just buy it.
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Ron Jackson
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Off-Center Spindle Hole Pressing - Unacceptable
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2020
This is a fantastic LP but whoever did the vinyl pressing did an absolute crap job. The spindle hole is not even in the center of the record.
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Happygirl3
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not all that
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2020
I wasn''t that crazy about it like it seems everyone else is. The song Maggie was really good but other than that it seems like his starting to do what they all eventually do and that''s they go "Nashville" and then they just spit out songs because that''s what "Nashville"... See more
I wasn''t that crazy about it like it seems everyone else is. The song Maggie was really good but other than that it seems like his starting to do what they all eventually do and that''s they go "Nashville" and then they just spit out songs because that''s what "Nashville" expects you to do. Put on a pair of tight Wranglers and a cowboy hat and do what they say. Nothing will conpare with his first album because he did it his way.
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Paul Seidlitz
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Great Stapelton
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2020
Was expecting a ''better'' cover and some material on the inside of the plastic box.
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If you like him you will like this.
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2020
Really like this guy great voice.
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Musicfan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Country music with attitude that rocks. A great album.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 13, 2020
I recall being blown away by Chris Stapleton’ S debut album the Traveler and it remains one of my most played and favourite albums. The 2 albums that followed were good but not as good as his debut. Indeed I was so impressed I discovered he was the lead singer for a...See more
I recall being blown away by Chris Stapleton’ S debut album the Traveler and it remains one of my most played and favourite albums. The 2 albums that followed were good but not as good as his debut. Indeed I was so impressed I discovered he was the lead singer for a bluegrass group the Steeldrivers and I bought their albums. This is his 4th album. At times it rocks, at times it is bluesy, sometime outlaw country, sometimes more traditional classic country. Nothing pop or ‘modern’ about this album, never boring, it is just great. I think Stapleton could sing the phone book and it would sound good. He is a singer with power and emotion. He has an incredible voice which is instantly recognisable. The title song Starting Over is a great song and Cold is superb but there are so many good songs on this album. Nothing to skip over. This is an album that is going to be played over and over again. If you like his previous albums, I think you will enjoy this. It might be almost as good as his debut. If you like country with a bit of attitude that at times rocks you might well like it. A great album and it might just be my country album of the year. I love it.
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ChristoR
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Chris Stapleton, Starting Over
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 24, 2021
Chris Stapleton has reasonably recently appeared on the Country Music scene. I don''t think many people in UK had heard of him until he appeared at C2C a couple of years ago. He is probably one of those twenty year over night success stories, ie someone who has been there...See more
Chris Stapleton has reasonably recently appeared on the Country Music scene. I don''t think many people in UK had heard of him until he appeared at C2C a couple of years ago. He is probably one of those twenty year over night success stories, ie someone who has been there for years ticking away in the background and who suddenly makes a break through to massive acclaim. As I remember it, he was the only artist who got a standing ovation at the above event and rightly so. He has a great Country voice and together with his wife, whom he often duets with, he has made a massive impact on the Country Music scene. I have three of his CD''s and there is not one bad track on any of them. If you like Country Music and haven''t yet come across this guy, I recommend that you buy this album.
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N. Ritchie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Genius!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 31, 2020
Another fantastic album from Chris Stapleton! The man’s a genius songwriter and the fact his vocal sound is nothing like anything you’ve heard before is a bonus. Brilliant melodies, inspired lyrics coupled with a simplistic production - he blows me away every time! If you...See more
Another fantastic album from Chris Stapleton! The man’s a genius songwriter and the fact his vocal sound is nothing like anything you’ve heard before is a bonus. Brilliant melodies, inspired lyrics coupled with a simplistic production - he blows me away every time! If you haven’t already got it, buy it now - you won’t be disappointed!
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advocaat
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Brilliant, again
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2020
Maybe not as good as Traveller but that was 5 stars + and will never be matched
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CD didn''t come with autorip mp3
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 31, 2020
We love Chris Stapleton and was looking forward to getting his new album. Being a certain age I ordered the physical CD thinking it would put the mp3 on my Amazon music so we can listen in every room via my new sonos speakers.. but no autorip? I''ve checked Amazon.com and...See more
We love Chris Stapleton and was looking forward to getting his new album. Being a certain age I ordered the physical CD thinking it would put the mp3 on my Amazon music so we can listen in every room via my new sonos speakers.. but no autorip? I''ve checked Amazon.com and the CD comes with autorip in the states so why not the UK? I don''t want to have to pay again to purchase the MP3 album. Slightly disappointed by this.
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