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The Way Back Home

Joshua Davis

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1
Just Getting By
Joshua Davis
4:43
2
Let Me In
Joshua Davis
3:35
3
Nowhere Without You
Joshua Davis
3:21
4
Good Love Last
Joshua Davis
3:01
5
Change the Game
Joshua Davis
3:13
6
Shine a Light
Joshua Davis
3:42
7
Always Gonna Be Here
Joshua Davis
2:57
8
The Little Things
Joshua Davis
2:32
9
Trouble
Joshua Davis
4:09
10
Rosarita
Joshua Davis
3:52
11
Ballad of Laurence Wotkyns King
Joshua Davis
5:40
Total Playing Time    40:45
Joshua Davis—veteran touring musician and lead singer of Steppin' In It—took a turn to the mainstream with his top three performance on Season 8 of The Voice. The Way Back Home is his first studio effort since his television appearance. This release sees Davis at a new stage of artistic growth with finely tuned vocal chops and sophisticated songwriting.

The Way Back Home is a very personal look at where I've been and who I've become... The album takes listeners through my own trials and tribulations."
- Joshua Davis
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Soundly Music Studio Masters

Tracks 2, 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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