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Deep Roots


Download links and information about Deep Roots by Steven Curtis Chapman. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to New Age, Gospel, Rock, Country, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:56 minutes.

Artist: Steven Curtis Chapman
Release date: 2013
Genre: New Age, Gospel, Rock, Country, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:56
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No. Title Length
1. Tis so Sweet to Trust in Jesus 4:13
2. How Great Thou Art (feat. Jillian Edwards Chapman) 4:46
3. What a Friend We Have in Jesus (feat. Ricky Skaggs) 3:18
4. Blessed Assurance 5:03
5. Life Is Like a Mountain Railroad (Life’s Railway to Heaven) [feat. Herb Chapman Sr. & Herb Chapman Jr.] 3:55
6. He Touched Me (feat. Herb Chapman Sr. & Herb Chapman Jr.) 3:08
7. Hiding Place 4:00
8. Rock of Ages 3:02
9. Be Still and Know (feat. Caleb Chapman) 2:58
10. His Eyes 3:38
11. My Redeemer Is Faithful and True 3:22
12. Cinderella 5:33



On Deep Roots, Steven Curtis Chapman takes a sharp turn from his usual pop-rock style and reconnects with the musical heritage of his native Kentucky, combining fresh versions of traditional hymns with reworkings of his own compositions and a cover of Bill Gaither’s classic “He Touched Me.” Acoustic guitars, mandolins, and banjos take the place of synthesizers and techno beats, giving these tracks an intimate feel. Deep Roots is definitely a family affair, with three generations of Chapman’s family joining in. SCC sings with father Herb and brother Herb Jr. on a spirited rendition of “Life Is Like a Mountain Railway.” A sparkling take on “How Great Thou Art” features the airy tones of daughter-in-law Jillian, while “Be Still and Know” spotlights son Caleb. Special guest Ricky Skaggs brings an authentic bluegrass touch to “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.” From his own catalog, Chapman offers early favorites like “Hiding Place” and “My Redeemer Is Faithful and True,” as well as a poignant rendition of “Cinderella.” From first track to last, Deep Roots goes to the heart of Chapman’s faith and musical vision.