World Premiere: Sylvia - "You Can't Go Back Home"

Take a listen here to the exclusive premiere of "You Can't Go Back Home Again" and see the refreshed, nay, Second Bloom, of Sylvia's best and brightest songs.

One of the best singers in country music is back with a cool new project called "Second Bloom. The concept for Sylvia's new album was to record her classics like "Nobody," "Fallin' In Love," "Snapshot," "Drifter" and "Like Nothing Ever Happened" in a slightly modernized production style. The essence and the melodies of these songs stayed the same (as has Sylvia's pristine vocal) but they do feel refreshed or, on a 'Second Bloom.' There are 10 tracks on the album and 9 of them are big hits and on, the closer "You Can't Go Back Home," is one Sylvia always wished would've been a hit (and now it can be). She has said "The song metaphorically captures the clear intention that I didn't want to try to 'go back home' and re-create the original recordings." Sylvia continues, "I wanted to breathe new life into them as if I was recording them for the first time, yet honoring the core of their identity musically."

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3 Comments

  • Mark Stevens

    While the song is called "You Can't Go Back Home," the memories this brings back for me take straight back home to many years ago with my father, who loved Sylvia as much as I did. This is a beautiful version to the song.

  • Greg Wade

    An amazing song! It's so full of emotion and beauty. Sylvia's voice is so sweet and pure like it's always been. I love this song a lot! I've been listening to the original recording for nearly 36 years. I most definitely can relate to the lyrics more now as I'd guess most everybody can. I haven't been back home in nearly ten years. I've heard the old house I lived in with my grandma and the old drive-in she owned has been torn down. So many things have changed. Thank you Sylvia for rerecording this wonderful song for your new album. It holds so much truth about life and how time goes by so quickly and there's no way to stop the changes from happening.