Rhett Miller, “Sleepwalkin’”

Don’t let the pedal steel guitars fool you. “Sleepwalkin’” trades the furious, horse-hooved country-rock of Miller’s main project, Old 97’s, for smoother dynamics and slower tempos. In another world, this song would kick off the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s next spaghetti western.

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