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Sound & Fury

Sturgill Simpson

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Sturgill Simpson started off country, but he's almost impossible to classify on his fourth album. There's still that outlaw spirit, but—even more so than on his groundbreaking A Sailor's Guide to Earth—Simpson dives deep into '70s sleaze-funk, psych-rock and the bottom-heavy blues of Derek and the Dominos (spiking it with prog-rock weirdness on the "Best Clockmaker on Mars" and hurricane-force feedback for "Fastest Horse in Town"). ZZ Top guitars collide with new-wave keyboards for "Sing Along." "A Good Look," with shimmering high-hat and spaced-out keys, recalls Beck's Midnite Vultures sound, minus the horns. "Make Art Not Friends" offers two minutes of ambient chill before loping into a needling-guitar groove that dovetails the '90s indie-rock revival. "Last Man Standing" is a '50s greaser-rock lark, while "Ronin" and "Remember to Breathe" are carried by pulsing hip-hop bass and percussion. "Mercury in Retrograde" ("Mercury must be in retrograde again / but at least it's not hanging around pretending to be my friend") serves up a wild mix of beach-bum rhythms, cosmic strings and Skynyrd edge. Somehow, all those ingredients add up to one of the best albums of 2019. © Qobuz

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1
Ronin 00:03:48

John Hill, Co-Producer, Additional Synthesizer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

2
Remember To Breathe 00:02:56

John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

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Sing Along 00:02:54

John Hill, Co-Producer - JAMES GADSON, Additional Drums - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

4
A Good Look 00:04:01

John Prine, Writer - John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

5
Make Art Not Friends 00:05:51

John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

6
Best Clockmaker On Mars 00:03:54

John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

7
All Said And Done 00:03:58

John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Sean Sullivan, Engineer, Recorded by - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Assistant Engineer - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

8
Last Man Standing 00:02:10

John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Sean Sullivan, Engineer, Recorded by - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Assistant Engineer - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

9
Mercury In Retrograde 00:04:31

John Hill, Co-Producer - JAMES GADSON, Additional Drums - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

10
Fastest Horse In Town 00:07:05

John Hill, Co-Producer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Bobby Emmett, Keyboards, Co-Producer, Synthesizer - Sturgill Simpson, Producer, Mixer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Paul "Paco" Cossette, Mixer, Engineer, Recorded by - Miles Miller, Drums, Percussion, Co-Producer - Chuck Bartels, Co-Producer, Bass

2019 Elektra Records 2019 Elektra Records

Album Description

Sturgill Simpson started off country, but he's almost impossible to classify on his fourth album. There's still that outlaw spirit, but—even more so than on his groundbreaking A Sailor's Guide to Earth—Simpson dives deep into '70s sleaze-funk, psych-rock and the bottom-heavy blues of Derek and the Dominos (spiking it with prog-rock weirdness on the "Best Clockmaker on Mars" and hurricane-force feedback for "Fastest Horse in Town"). ZZ Top guitars collide with new-wave keyboards for "Sing Along." "A Good Look," with shimmering high-hat and spaced-out keys, recalls Beck's Midnite Vultures sound, minus the horns. "Make Art Not Friends" offers two minutes of ambient chill before loping into a needling-guitar groove that dovetails the '90s indie-rock revival. "Last Man Standing" is a '50s greaser-rock lark, while "Ronin" and "Remember to Breathe" are carried by pulsing hip-hop bass and percussion. "Mercury in Retrograde" ("Mercury must be in retrograde again / but at least it's not hanging around pretending to be my friend") serves up a wild mix of beach-bum rhythms, cosmic strings and Skynyrd edge. Somehow, all those ingredients add up to one of the best albums of 2019. © Qobuz

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