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Tennessee Fire

  • List Price: $15.98
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  • Seller:-importcds
  • Sales Rank:97,192
  • Language:English (Unknown)
  • Media:Audio CD
  • Discs:1
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.2
  • Dimensions (in):5 x 5.8 x 0.5
  • Release Date:July 13, 1999
  • UPC:070852700892
  • EAN:0708527008928
  • ASIN:B00000J7NL
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Tracks
  • Heartbreakin Man
  • They Ran
  • The Bear
  • Nashville To Kentucky
  • Old Sept Blues
  • If All Else Fails
  • It's All About Twilight Now
  • Evelyn Is Not Real
  • War Begun
  • Picture Of You
  • I Will Be There When You Die
  • The Dark
  • By My Car
  • Butch Cassidy
  • I Think I'm Going To Hell
  • Bonus Track 1


Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Their debut. My Morning Jacket is a Louisville, Kentucky band built around the vocal and songwriting talent of 21 year old group leader Jim James. Their sound is hauntingly classic Americana that, at times, you'll swear is coming from a veteran Country singer you've heard, but can't quite identify. You'll think it's George Jones, Glen Campbell or some '70s Johnny Cash record missing from your mental archive rather than some fresh group of young bucks. My Morning Jacket combines classic Country elements with the melancholy vibes of Harvest and After the Gold Rush era Neil Young, Pet Sounds era Beach Boys, and the immortal vocal stylings of The Righteous Brothers. These boys sing harmony like nobody's business. My Morning Jacket don't know much about the "indie" world and of what they do know, they couldn't care less. When we first queried James about Louisville music history he lit up, "Slint 7/8s timing bullshit. I'm talking about writing a fuckin' song!". The Eagles and Simon and Garfunkel were who James claimed were in heavy rotation and absorption at his residence. The closest they come in comparison to the modern guitar sound is with the languid, pre-slow-core aural heroin of On Fire era Galaxie 500. MY MORNING JACKET are not another interesting but pretentious, posturing, or campy alt-country derivation. There ain't nothin' trendy about 'em. They're the real deal. Darla.

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