Sturgill Simpson - Metamodern Sounds In Country Music
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Kentucky-born singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson is a quester, intrigued by the metaphysics of spiritual experience and wondering aloud if the Bible and a handful of 'shrooms will lead you to the same religious epiphany. Regardless, there are no extraneous sounds or ideas on his new album Metamodern Sounds In Country Music, nothing that’s not battened down to a carefully structured set of lyrics and melodies. The record features features the single "Turtles All the Way Down".
Sturgill Simpson won many fans with his 2013 debut album, High Top Mountain. It is unapologetic in its evocation of '70s outlaw country. For his sophomore album, he and his band entered a Nashville studio with producer/engineer Dave Cobb (Jason Isbell), and cut Metamodern Sounds in Country Music live-to-tape in four days. These songs and their production values, though immediately recognizable, are more varied and textured than those of heard on his debut album.
Heavyweight vinyl produced by High Top Mountain Records in 2015. Gatefold sleeve. Includes download card.