Country Controversy | A Sailor's Guide to Earth by Sturgill Simpson (Music Box) | Episode 44
Grab your nearest pair of cowboy boots and a hat to match because the Unboxing Life boys are taking a headfirst dive into the world of country music! Well, alternative country... but same idea! The guys cover the Grammy-winning wonderfulness that is Sturgill Simpson's third album, "A Sailor's Guide to Earth". As with all of our musical reviews, the tracklist gets surgically dissected and the album's concept and themes are heavily discussed. Love is shown to the beautiful instrumentation, and lyrics are brought up almost as much as the guys' review of Run the Jewels 4! Will Cam shatter David and Trev's dreams of converting him into a Real Country Music Fan? Find out on this installment of Music Box!
Episode 33 in which Stu Auchmuty (https://stuswood.com) joins Philip and Patrick to talk the music of singer/songwriter/country dude Sturgill Simpson! In our first segment, we discuss Stu's origins in Wood County, Ohio. We get an exclusive story on the origins of Stu's woodworking business and details on the construction of the cOw (Comedians of Wrestling) title belt. Follow Stu's Wood on Instagram: @stuswood Podcasts Referenced: Comedians of Wrestling Trillbillies Worker's Party Interview Sturgill Simpson Citations Needed Episode 119: How the Right Shaped Pop Country Music Rate, Review, and Subscribe. Do not miss that next episode, now! Where to find us online! Twitter: @SCBoysPod Instagram: @stokescountyboys Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Spotify Playlist Support the show! Help us keep the pod going and you can choose the theme of a future episode!: https://anchor.fm/scboys/support Cover Art: Gorgeous George Music Credits: "Breakers Roar", "You Can Have the Crown", "Just Let Go", "All Around You", and "Make Art Not Friends" by Sturgill Simpson --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scboys/support
Ms. Marvel: No Normal, Grand Theft Horse, Sturgill Simpson's Sound & Fury Anime
Gaze into the Blue Light
In this episode, Steve talks about the Netflix original anime visual album Sturgill Simpson's Sound & Fury, the graphic novel Grand Theft Horse written by G.Neri and illustrated by Corban Wilkin, and the comic Ms. Marvel: No Normal written by G. Willow Wilson and illustrated by Adrian Alphona. He tries a Special Effects non-alcoholic beer from Brooklyn Brewery for Dray January. He also responds to some listener tweets and emails about phone games and booze bottle/can labels. Relevant links from the episode: No-Booze Bottle Labels:https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/who-needs-booze-when-youve-got-gorgeous-bottles/Grand Theft Horse NPR story: https://www.npr.org/2019/11/29/777839608/grand-theft-horse?fbclid=IwAR11iDGB2q-8jNQ9Ebvr_X0ccOeSqapZFa80zPt2kX5kwwrGwnMaeghsui4Mario Zucca: www.mariozucca.com mariozuccamaps.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Mandolin virtuoso Sierra Hull explains what she’s learned from Bela Fleck, Sturgill Simpson, Allison Krause, and others.Visit Sierra Hull: https://www.sierrahull.comVisit Premier Guitar: http://premierguitar.comHit us up: email@example.comSpecial thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica
118 | Sturgill Simpson's 'Cuttin' Grass: Vol 1' Special
Thanks for checking out Talkin' Folk! Sturgill put out a big album, so we put out a big show. We've got the whole crew together for this one...Nick, Ryan, Courtney, and Joe all sat down to discuss the latest from Sturgill Simpson; 'Cuttin' Grass: Vol. 1' Each of us picked our favorites and more!
The Bus Brakes Lock Up On The Golden Gate Bridge And The Police Helicopter Told Us Not To Get Out Of The Bus. Sturgill Simpson's FOH Engineer Steve Smith
Bus Call A Podcast By Show Logistics
Support the podcast and grab a shirt at Show-Logistics.com/podcast Theme Music By The Love Elektrik Steve talks about making his way up form doing FOH at festivals in the 70's to working with Sturgill Simpson and Olivia Newton-John FOHEngineer GuitarTech Guitarist Music Industry Music Business performance performanceart performance car performance cars performances music musician musically musiccover musicproducers concert concertphotography concertphoto concertphotographer concerts stage stagehand stage6 stagelighting stagedesign guitar guitarplayer guitarsolo guitarporn guitarist influencermarketinghub performance music concert guitar stage
Current Affairs "House Economist" Rob Larson, historian and Jacobin Contributing Editor Matt Karp, and historian and Jacobin contributor Alex Gourevitch do a panel discussion of how to understand the concept of freedom in a way that doesn't just cede it to libertarians, how important that concept has been to left-wing movements from abolitionism to the early labor movement and how all of this relates to the contemporary left. Then, in the "Outlaws & Revolutionaries" segment, David Griscom joins Ben to discuss Sturgill Simpson's dreamy, druggy, political, and poetic bluegrass album "Cuttin' Grass." Guys, this one's a banger. Give it a listen.Independent creators rely on your support to create the content you want! Support Give Them An Argument on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/benburgis. Patrons get early access to every episode as well as a weekly bonus episode and regularly scheduled "Discord Office Hours" group voice chats.Follow Ben on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BenBurgisLike, subscribe, and get notifications on Ben’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/BenBurgisGTAAVisit benburgis.com
Episode 31 - "Turtles All The Way Down" by Sturgill Simpson
Two Song Podcast
Music podcast hosted by brothers, Chris and Cam Willis based on a simple thesis that there are only two categories of songs; love songs and fight songs.Chris and Cam test this thesis against songs you've definitely heard and some you probably haven't. Sometimes they agree, sometimes they don't. Often times they surprise themselves.You won't find two brothers that love music or each other more than these two. Come for the music, stay for the family and friendship.Start your own podcast and get a $20 Amazon gift card! Use the link below.Giftcard!In this episode the guys talk Sturgill Simpson in another first for Two Song, an artist re-record of their own song. Sturgill's bluegrass album, "Cuttin Grass Vol. 1, The Barber Shoppe Sessions", is a collection of his songs redone in a bluegrass style. The obvious choice for Chris and Cam is their unanimous favorite, "Turtles All The Way Down".Watch the video for the 2014 version of the song from, "Metamodern Sounds in Country Music" here.If you want to suggest a song for an episode, leave a review of the show on and drop the title in the review.Follow the guys on instagram: CamChrisAnd find the playlist on SpotifyThanks for listening!
Broken Record with Rick Rubin, Malcolm Gladwell, Bruce Headlam and Justin Richmond
Kentucky singer/songwriter Sturgill Simpson was in his mid-30s when he found fame as a country artist in Nashville. He had already lived a full life including a stint in the Navy, and years spent working in Salt Lake City rail yards. His outsider status in Nashville boosted his outlaw appeal. But as time passed, Sturgill began to despise the relentless expectations of the major label system. In true rebel fashion, Sturgill has now taken back control of his career and returned to his independent roots with the release of a bluegrass album: Cuttin’ Grass - Vol. 1 (Butcher Shoppe Sessions). In this interview with Rick Rubin, Sturgill explains why his bluegrass album is the purest expression of his work, why it bothers him that people often overlook the stories in his songs, and why being classified as a country artist has been, perhaps, the biggest detriment to his career.Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear old and new interviews, often with bonus content: https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcastYou can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com/You can find some of our favorite Sturgill Simpson songs by clicking HERE — enjoy! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com