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Old 10-06-2005, 07:42 PM   #16
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Ill be seeing them for the 4th time this month....
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Old 10-06-2005, 09:21 PM   #17
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I have a review in my blog (http://ashcities.blogspot.com) but it is in spanish,
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This record is definitely a stretch from the last one, but it's got some great stuff on it.

it beats 4 u Can't stop listening to it.

I may have to go see them and Kathleen Edwards this weekend in nashville.
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Old 10-13-2005, 10:16 PM   #19
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Just wanted to comment a bit more on this album. I think Jim James and the boys are making some intriguing music. while at time the lyrical quality can be questioned, the sound is fresh and hard to not repeat in your stereo. Being a big MMJ fan for years now, I have to say that initially I was longing for the days of The Tennesse Fire or some earlier EPs, but now, this album has not only grown on me, but taken hold of my cd player and is slowly creeping into my top 10 for the year.
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I know nothing of this band, but I see they are appearing on David Letterman on Thursday, June 8. Just a heads up for those interested
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I got this album at the beginning of the year. If I would have gotten it earlier, it certainly would have made it into my year end list. Great record. I have absolutely no history with this band, so I didn't have any preconcieved notions of what the album would or "should" be like other than from the song 'Off the Record' (which I was obsessed with for a month or two). One thing I read in an album review, which I find to be true, is that the album is more or less "genre-less" or "undefinable" in that the songs seem to vary from each other and also can even change midway through. Very interesting and rewarding record to listen to.

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Old 06-06-2006, 02:25 AM   #22
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album.


But I do prefer 'It Still Moves'
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I got this album at the beginning of the year. If I would have gotten it earlier, it certainly would have made it into my year end list. Great record. I have absolutely no history with this band, so I didn't have any preconcieved notions of what the album would or "should" be like other than from the song 'Off the Record' (which I was obsessed with for a month or two). One thing I read in an album review, which I find to be true, is that the album is more or less "genre-less" or "undefinable" in that the songs seem to vary from each other and also can even change midway through. Very interesting and rewarding record to listen to.

agree 100%.

A great album.
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Old 06-30-2006, 09:03 PM   #24
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Well, My Morning Jacket was definitely one of my highlights from Bonnaroo, and now, MMJ is quickly becoming one of my absolute favorite bands.

I left the set earlier to catch Common, which was tons of fun, but now that I've gone back to read the reports of the 3-hour set until 3am, part of me wishes I'd stayed at the MMJ show.

Check out these reports:

http://www.mymorningjacket.com/cgi-l...num=1150558981
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My Morning Jacket, aahhh !, what an awesome band !!!

And Z , it's a Magnificent record !!!!


Long Live to MMJ.
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