‘Slow Burn’: How Kacey Musgraves Turned Country Music Trippy | Diary of a Song
‘Slow Burn’: How Kacey Musgraves Turned Country Music Trippy | Diary of a Song Poodle puppy, the song is definitely what country songs historically, always song. I think anything that like puts me outside of their like state of living, is a really healthy thing ever sitting on my front porch drinking, and I was like man, she said that she wanted to do something called slow-burn. I like riding title first, because it can be that kind of Keystone kind of being out west or somewhere out near some mountains, where you could get a vast sense of landscape Ian and I started to mess with a little bit of a backdrop that you might Be able to paint that kind of vehicross what was her initial reaction? She likes to Doodle a lot, so she will hand write the lyrics to A lot of people are just on their phone. Whatever I had a pretty complex idea of an arrangement just leaving eastern-sounding feelings and then later we added some strains where there’s a bit of like I’m, almost some Indian Motif. I, like anything that sounds Asian. I like that. I just wanted to feel like it opened up into scape images. I do remember thinking well, I think that’s pretty good, but you don’t know how other people are going to react. Do you like playing hard and they do like to come in and delete it cuz? I was hoping would make it Kacey Musgraves took an acid trip and returned with the concept for “Slow Burn,” a song that set the tone for her genre-bending country album. Using FaceTime interviews, demos and doodles we show you how the track came together.
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