A Sailor's Guide to Earth - Sturgill Simpson

A Sailor's Guide to Earth

Sturgill Simpson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2016-04-15
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 2016 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. f


Play Title Time Download
Welcome to Earth (Pollywog) 4:53  
Breakers Roar 3:32  
Keep It Between the Lines 4:01  
Sea Stories 3:16  
In Bloom 4:00  
Brace for Impact (Live a Littl 5:49  
All Around You 3:35  
Oh Sarah 4:15  
Call to Arms 5:29  


  • No thanks

    By Kpifer2
    Completely lost interest in this clown
  • Best country act out there!

    By Resident Bad#@&
    This album is pure gold!!!
  • Words can’t express what he’s doing

    By GRH Spring, Tx.
    It’s amazing that people claim to be fans, and want to strap him down in the 70’s country music sound. What he is doing is so much more than that. Furthermore he isn’t doing any of this for his fans he is doing of himself. He is telling his story not anyone else’s. The clueless need not delve into these depths, truth seekers and believers only should apply. Thank you Sturgill!
  • Amazing

    By Steven St Croix
    This guy is one of the best singer/songwriters of our generation. He ranks up there with John Prine, Todd Snider, and the greats.
  • A Bit Of A Departure....

    By broryrybro
    .....but a welcomed one. Heartfelt and heartwarming! Sturgill Simpson is the breath of fresh air we needed!
  • Strong Album

    By Joseph Hughes
  • Great choice of a cover song

    By B Fizzle BBQ
    He took a 90s alt/grunge classic and put a country spin on it and made the song his own. I love his voice and the music was beautifully performed. I'm normally a metal guy, but I've been playing this one on repeat....great job!!!
  • DUDE!!!!

    By 4E7B
    I found Sturgill by listening to the likes of Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, Jamey Johnson, Merle Haggard, Willie, and more. I am absolutely blown away. This guy is about as good as it gets. This album is comparable in depth to Eric Church's Mr Misunderstood, but with the sheer bluntness of Jamey Johnson. He maintained the formidable, mysteriousness of Stapleton. He has the jazzy sound of the Hag and the poetic delivery of Willie. This guy is the total package.
  • Over 50% of violent crime is created by black people

    By Awesomenro
    Yo momma so fat she tried to alphabetize m&ms.
  • A country (?) album I can love!

    By wubandpea
    I read reviews of this album In Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly and wondered what all the fuss was about. Surely to God this guy who I've never heard of could take me back to country (?) the way Johnny, Waylon, Willie and Kris did it when I was a teen. Then, I saw him interviewed by Charlie Rose and his performance on SNL, and I was sold. His performance at the Grammys with the Dap Kings was pure magic. This album is in my top ten of the year in any genre, and I buy a lot of records. Tremendous effort, Sturgill. You have a fan for life here.

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