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It’s a big world, music, now, and some of it gets to me and some of it doesn’t. Well, I think it ran out of steam a little bit, didn’t it? It probably peaked, did what it had to do, and now the hybrids of rock have become like Them Crooked Vultures and people like that, which is good music but it’s not rock. Maybe my idea of what rock was probably was a bit lost in translation. Sadly I’m not, so sometimes I miss things completely.Plant set his memories around “Nothin’” from , the 2007 Krauss collaboration that secured five awards at the 2009 Grammy ceremony.
Carry Fire seems to be about the period of time you spent living in Austin, Texas. Austin was just the door, the portal for finding that there’s so much more to… Everybody knows it’s a great democratic, liberal centre of stuff, but take the roads west from there and you turn into Comanche country. I didn’t look for anything, but then I found this sort of remarkable lure towards the majesty of the Comanche nation. Is that in your blood, is that what makes you who you are? Well, I’ve got acquaintances in the form of friends and I’m acquainted with beautiful places as well.
Did you leave Austin because of your breakup with (singer-songwriter) Patty Griffin (in 2014), or because of your experiences with the US judiciary?
You’re so passionate about history, and yet not a bit nostalgic about the music that you’ve created in the past.
An underlying thread of melancholy runs through the record, but Krauss didn’t notice a theme until she was done recording.
“I thought the record had loss, but it was still strong,” she said.