Vintage Americana revivalist Margo Price is back with another boundary-breaking album, All American Made, following her 2016 release Midwest Farmer’s Daughter. After a decade of struggling to find her niche in the country music industry, Price was finally picked up by Third Man Records, and she hasn’t looked back since. Channeling the sound and spirit of iconic women of country and western like Tammy Wynette, Emmylou Harris, and most notably, Loretta Lynn, Price delivers an extremely old-school take on the genre.
The tracks off of All American Made feel like stepping into a time machine by to the 1960’s. There’s something so edgy and unique to the sound of this album. It has that sort of (positively) under-produced feel of a vintage record, that completely natural recording that is so rare to find these days, and Price knows that. She’s going back to basics, and country purists are praising her for taking that leap. Continue reading →