|Upon a Different Shore|
|Studio album by|
|Released||28 October 2016|
|Alexander Armstrong chronology|
Upon a Different Shore is the second studio album by English comedian and actor Alexander Armstrong. The album was released on 28 October 2016 by Rhino and East West. Unlike Armstrong's debut album A Year of Songs (2015), Upon a Different Shore sees him branch out into some non-classical music, including a cover of "Firestone" by Kygo. It debuted at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart.
|1.||"Upon A Different Shore"||0:58|
|4.||"Long Ago Forgotten"||0:38|
|5.||"Fields Of Gold"||3:41|
|6.||"Studies In English Folksong #2"||1:24|
|7.||"Scarborough Fair / Canticle"||3:02|
|11.||"Between The Sunset And The Sea"||1:54|
|12.||"Without A Song"||3:11|
|13.||"The Day Thou Gavest"||0:39|
|16.||"The Parting Glass (Armstrong's Goodnight)"||3:41|
|UK Albums (OCC)||8|
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