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Country Vinyl Records
Metamodern Sounds In Country Music (Out Of Stock)“…he understands that good hooks hang on great rhythms and every sob story requires an uppercut punch line.”—The Washington Post
“...this is GOOD COUNTRY…something I think any music lover (country or not) can appreciate.”—My Old Kentucky Blog
Sturgill Simpson isn’t one to rest on his laurels, which is why, less than a year after the release of his critically acclaimed debut, High Top Mountain, the singer-songwriter is coming out with his captivating and wholly unique sophomore album, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music. The album title – an allusion to Ray Charles’ groundbreaking 1962 record, Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music -- hints at the psychedelic sounds found within, a departure from Simpson’s first album, which drew comparisons to the music of Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard. “I think that there is a lot of room in country music for progression and sonic oscillation, which is what I wanted to explore.” Where some artists find inspiration from other music, Simpson found his in books, devouring religious texts both ancient and modern, recent studies about discoveries in quantum physics and string theory, and publications by Carl Sagan and Terence McKenna. He also drew upon French filmmaker Gaspar Noe’s experimental drama Enter the Void as he created murky, multi-textured soundscapes that incorporate elements of classic country, bluegrass, rock, and even a bit of electronica, a genre that Simpson admits he has a “slight fetish” for.1. Turtles All The Way Down
2. Life of Sin
3. Living The Dream
5. Long White Line
6. The Promise
7. A Little Light Within
8. Just Let Go
9. It Ain’t All Flowers
$19.99Vinyl LP - SealedTemporarily out of stock
The story of American country begins almost a century ago in the Southern U.S., where blues and folk music were joined together in a wonderful matrimony of musical bliss. That holy union still holds strong to this day, as throughout the years what was once called “hillbilly music” has evolved into the most popular music genre in
The story of American country begins almost a century ago in the Southern U.S., where blues and folk music were joined together in a wonderful matrimony of musical bliss. That holy union still holds strong to this day, as throughout the years what was once called “hillbilly music” has evolved into the most popular music genre in America.
And if you think country sounds great coming out of your MP3 player, wait until you have a listen to some country vinyls.
Have you ever heard Johnny Cash play San Quentin on vinyl? Or Willie Nelson on vinyl wistfully wishing he was on the road again? Whatever your speed, SoundStage Direct has an extensive collection of country vinyl records, from Ronstadt to T-Swift.