High Top Mountain
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"If you don't like country music, don't bother. But if you do have an ear for Waylon and Willie and the boys, then you'll find plenty to love." — Paste Magazine
Metamodern Sounds in Country Music is the follow-up to Sturgill Simpson's critically acclaimed debut, High Top Mountain.
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. Compared to Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard, Simpson explores a more progressive side of outlaw country in his wholly unique and captivating second album.
|Side 1||Turtles All The Way Down||Life of Sin||Living The Dream||Voices||Long White Line||
|The Promise||A Little Light||Just Let Go||It Ain’t All Flowers|