Kurt Vile - Speed, Sound, Lonely KV EP

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Kurt Vile - Speed, Sound, Lonely KV EP

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Speed of The Sound of Loneliness
Gone Girl
How Lucky (with John Prine)

Kurt Vile’s ‘Speed, Sound, Lonely KV (ep)’ was
recorded and mixed in sporadic sessions that
spanned four years at The Butcher Shoppe studio
in Nashville, TN. It includes five songs - covers of
John Prine and “Cowboy” Jack Clement as well as
two originals - and was recorded alongside a cast
of local heavies like Bobby Wood, Dave Roe and
Kenny Malone, with Dan Auerbach (The Black
Keys) and Matt Sweeney (Chavez, Superwolf)
tossed into the mix as well.

Most importantly, it features what KV has called
“Probably the single most special musical moment
in my life” - a duet with the late John Prine on the
songwriter’s well-loved tune, ‘How Lucky’. “The
truth is John was my hero for a long time when he
came into The Butcher Shoppe to recut one of his
deepest classics with me. And, man, I was floating
and flying and I couldn’t hear anything he told me
while he was there till after he was gone for the
night,” notes Vile in a personal statement that
accompanies the record. “A couple nights later we
were playing ‘How Lucky’ together again; this time
onstage at the Grand Ole Opry on New Year's Eve
at the turn of 2020. Nothing like seeing John and
his band of musical brothers and family and friends
playing into the new decade in front of an adoring
audience on that stage in Nashville, TN... and,
yup, that’s just how lucky we all got that night.”

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