Chris King | 1983

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1983

by Chris King

1983 is the debut full-length album from South Texas native Chris King. Its ten tracks gallop and stretch across a landscape of dear friends, small towns, lost loves, new beginnings, & high hopes with a new & unique sound in Texas music.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Twenty Eight
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2. Native Son
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3. Homeland
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4. Still Haven't Said
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5. Man Enough (feat. Jamie Wilson)
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6. Goodbyes & What You Leave Behind
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7. Antler Inn Ballroom
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8. I've Been Dying
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9. Better Answer
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10. Something Less Formal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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"When most people describe a singer as having grit, they usually are talking about a gravelly voice backed by raw instruments. However, when I say that Chris King is a man of true grit, what I’m really talking about is how it describes someone with a firmness of mind or an unyielding courage. From songwriting to vocals, King delivers a style that’s pure and stripped of the customary popular influences that creep into bands trying to make it." - Ryan Hargrave, Galleywinter


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