What You'll Get
- How you met Sturgill Simpson: on his 2013 debut album, High Top Mountain
- What you may have confused that record with: a long-lost Waylon Jennings recording
- Who else had that thought: Shooter Jennings, who told Rolling Stone "he sounds like my favorite era of my dad, the Seventies... That's what struck me about Sturgill from Day One."
- How he switched things up: he opened his guitar's third eye on his 2014 followup, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, by incorporating psychedelia and lyrics about mythology, drugs, cosmology, and physics
- How critics felt: almost universally positive according to Metacritic, with Paste Magazine noting "the songs owe as much to Carl Sagan as they do Merle Haggard, most notably on the almost seven-minute "It Ain't All Flowers," which takes '70s outlaw country on a sizzling acid trip"
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