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Golden Hour

2018, 13 tracks, 46 mins 39 sec
      Slow Burn (Live from The Today Show 2019)
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      Slow Burn (Live from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2018)
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      Slow Burn (Live from SNL 2018)
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      Slow Burn (Live from Tokyo 2018)
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      Slow Burn (Live from World Cafe Live 2018)
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      Slow Burn
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      Slow Burn (Covered by Chrissie Joslin)
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      Slow Burn (Covered by LORA MUSIC)
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      Slow Burn (Covered by Bella River Music)
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      Slow Burn (Covered by Niya Norwood & Isaac McClung)
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      Lonely Weekend (Live from The Today Show 2019)
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      Lonely Weekend
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      Lonely Weekend (Covered by Megan O’Neill (and Band))
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      Lonely Weekend (Covered by Addie Roach)
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      Lonely Weekend (Covered by Tommy O'Keeffe)
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      Butterflies
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      Butterflies (Live from Youtube Space Tokyo 2018)
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      Butterflies (Live from Austin City Limits 2018)
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      Butterflies (Live from Today Show 2018)
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      Butterflies
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      Butterflies (Covered by The January Lanterns)
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      Butterflies (Covered by April Jai)
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      Butterflies (Covered by Vazquez Sounds)
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      Butterflies (Covered by Kacey Musgraves)
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      Butterflies (Covered by Griff Squared)
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      Oh, What a World
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      Oh, What a World (Live from The Today Show 2019)
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      Oh, What a World
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      Oh, What a World (Covered by Cali Wilson)
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      Oh, What a World (Covered by Vincent Teetsov)
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      Oh, What a World (Covered by Mackenzie Johnson)
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      Oh, What a World (Covered by Amy Lawton)
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      Mother
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      Mother
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      Mother (Covered by Mel Bryant)
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      Mother (Covered by Julia Calvin)
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      Mother (Covered by Luke Gibson)
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      Mother (Covered by Kat Hammock)
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      Mother (Covered by Hayley Biegel)
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      Mother (Covered by Krystal)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Live from Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2018)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Live from Tokyo 2018)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Lyrics Video)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Covered by Anna Corley)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Covered by Sam N. Hueston)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Covered by Kimmy June)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Covered by Marissa Lauren)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Covered by Ariana Nicole and Will Riddle)
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      Love Is a Wild Thing (Covered by Jason & Josie)
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      Space Cowboy
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      Space Cowboy (Live from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2018)
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      Space Cowboy (Lyrics Video)
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      Happy & Sad (Live from The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2018)
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      Happy & Sad (Covered by Sarah Holman)
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      Happy & Sad (Covered by Cecilia Grace Music)
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      Velvet Elvis (Live from Austin City Limits 2018)
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      Velvet Elvis (Live from The Late Late Show 2018)
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      Velvet Elvis (Covered by Stephcynie)
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      Velvet Elvis (Covered by Katrina)
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      Velvet Elvis (Covered by Carli Osika)
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      Velvet Elvis (Covered by Heya)
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      Wonder Woman (Live from Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2018)
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      High Horse
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      High Horse (Live from Saturday Night Live 2018)
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      High Horse (Live from The Ellen Show 2018)
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      High Horse (Live from World Cafe 2018)
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      High Horse (Live from Grand Ole Opr 2018)
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      High Horse
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      High Horse (Remixed by Kue)
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      High Horse (Remixed by Violents)
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      High Horse (Covered by Pip)
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      High Horse (Covered by Hannah Gazso)
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      Golden Hour
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      Golden Hour (Covered by Lauren Miller)
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      Golden Hour (Covered by Daniel Scott)
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      Golden Hour (Covered by Courtney Preis)
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      Golden Hour (Covered by Resurreccion Lawson & Aeriel Cabitac)
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      Rainbow
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      Rainbow (Live from Late Night with Seth Meyers 2018)
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      Rainbow (Live from The 61st GRAMMYs 2019)
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      Rainbow (Live from Austin City Limits 2018)
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      Rainbow (Live from Radio 2 Piano Room 2018)
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      Rainbow
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      Rainbow (Remixed by Cloud)
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      Rainbow (Remixed by Megu Nightcore)
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      Rainbow (Covered by Hannah Gazso Music)
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      Rainbow (Covered by Halston Dare)
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Narratives(4)

Jun 20, 2019

Golden Hour: Simply A Beautiful Gem of an Album From Kacey Musgraves

Well, there are country-sounding songs in this magnificent album of Kacey Musgraves called aptly Golden Hour. But, like many artists nowadays, their compunction to strictly follow the tenets of the genres they have been assigned to, are not followed at all and these artists simply do as they please. Sometimes, they bend those genres the way they want – infusing whoever influenced them in making their album - so don’t be surprised if I say some of her songs sounds like pop music. In her interviews for this album, Kacey mentioned her influences for this album to be Sade, Imogen Heap, the Bee Gees, Selena and the band Tame Impala. When I read it, I said “Oh, ok, why am I not surprised?” Anyhow, just like the verdict of the Recording Academy who has given this album the coveted Grammy award for 2019 Album of the Year, I daresay, I agree wholeheartedly with their decision (although I did say in an earlier narrative that I voted for Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer). This is simply, a beautiful album – if that simple adjective can encompass all the beauty and the lightness and the positivity and the sonic trip I took while listening to this gem. I was actually sitting in a café in a normally busy street right smack in the university belt of my home city. Since it was a Sunday morning, traffic was sparse and it took some time for that part of the city to wake up, being it a Sunday and all. As soon as I put my earphones and played this album, it was as if the hairs on my body started to stand like I was electrified! But this was not a rock album or a hard rock album for that matter. I think it was the smooth music (Sade), the harmonious vocals (Bee Gees), the interesting sonic-scape she created (Tame Impala), the youthful bounce of her supposedly country twanged music (Selena), and the intimate songwriting style (Imogen Heap) she has consistently been using since album #1 (this is album #3). If you noticed, I put where I think the influencers she mentioned in her previous interviews have influenced her – in what aspect. At least, that gives me a clearer understanding of her vision for this album.

Written by @tonyfabelous from Fabelousity

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Album Info

"Golden Hour"

Released

  • Mar 30, 2018

Genres

  • Country

Label

  • MCA Nashville

Producer

  • Daniel Tashian
  • Ian Fitchuk
  • Kacey Musgraves

About

Golden Hour is the fourth major label album by American country music artist Kacey Musgraves, released on March 30, 2018, through MCA Nashville. Musgraves co-wrote all 13 tracks and co-produced the album with Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk. The album debuted at number four on the US Billboard 200 and has since been widely acclaimed by music critics.
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