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My Morning Jacket

Circuital - 2023 Deluxe Reissue

    My Morning Jacket’s 2011 Grammy® nominated 6th studio album plus a full LP of 10 unreleased demos. Includes 3xLP’s, a triple gatefold glow-in-the-dark jacket, & foldout poster. Pressed on limited-edition colored vinyl with zoetrope labels and side-D etching. “’Circuital’ feels like the culmination of the sonic adventures that began with ‘Z’ – while also capturing the power and dynamics that have made MMJ one of the greatest live bands of their generation.”–Rolling Stone.

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    MMJ Live Vol. 3: Bonnaroo 2004

      My Morning Jacket, touring behind It Still Moves, took the stage at Bonnaroo on a scorching hot day in the summer of '04. Ominous dark clouds rolled in early in the performance. "I'll never forget it," reflected Jim James "We're playing & the sky just rips open & rain starts pouring down. People are losing their minds... Everybody is petrified that we're going to get electrocuted, but it was such a transcendent moment that we just didn't care." It would become one of the festivals most iconic sets.

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      MMJ Live Vol. 2

        The second release in My Morning Jacket’s MMJ Live series. Recorded live at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, IL on Nov 11, 2021 and featuring a setlist of career highlights from recent tracks: "Love Love Love", "Complex" and "Never In The Real World" from the recent self-titled album, plus classics "Dondante", "Mahgeetah" and "Phone Went West". Three LPs pressed on limited-edition translucent orange vinyl and packaged in a triple gatefold jacket.

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        Live 2015

          Widely considered as one the greatest live bands of their generation, My Morning Jacket have become one of the most vital and reliably thrilling forces in American rock and roll. On ‘Live2015’ - the bands' first live album in 15 years - MMJ showcase sixteen explosive performances recorded during 2015’s The Waterfall tour.

          TRACK LISTING

          1. Victory Dance
          2. Circuital
          3. Compound Fracture
          4. I’m Amazed
          5 .Believe (Nobody Knows)
          6. Evil Urges
          7. Off The Record
          8. Tropics
          9. The Way That He Sings
          10. Wonderful (The Way I Feel)
          11. Get The Point
          12. Masterplan
          13 Dondante
          14. Wordless Chorus
          15. Touch Me I’m Going To Scream, Pt.2
          16. Gideon

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          My Morning Jacket

            The band’s first new music since 2015’s GRAMMY Award nominated ‘The Waterfall’, ‘My Morning Jacket’ reaffirms the rarefied magic that’s made My Morning Jacket so beloved, embedding every groove with moments of discovery, revelation and ecstatic catharsis.

            Produced and engineered by James over two multi-week sessions at Los Angeles, CA’s 64 Sound, the album came to life after what looked like a permanent hiatus for the band. But after performing four shows in summer 2019 - beginning with two mind-blowing nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre - My Morning Jacket were overcome with the urge to carry on.

            That sense of purpose can be heard throughout the thrillingly expansive ‘My Morning Jacket’. For all its unbridled joy, songs like ‘Regularly Scheduled Programming’ and the otherworldly, album-closing ‘I Never Could Get Enough’ once again reveal My Morning Jacket’s hunger for exploring the most nuanced and layered existential questions in song form while simultaneously harnessing the hypnotic intensity of their legendary live show more fully than ever before.

            “I hope this album brings people a lot of joy and relief, especially since we’ve all been cooped up for so long,” says James. “I know that feeling you get from driving around blasting music you love, or even lying in bed and crying to the music you love. The fact that we’re able to be a part of people’s lives in that way is so magical to us, and it feels really good that we’re still around to keep doing that.”

            STAFF COMMENTS

            Barry says: A wonderfully effervescent blues-indebted number from My Morning Jacket here, swimming in the grooving melodies and shimmering psychedelic grooves they do so well. Bombastic and exciting, this is the sound of a band only getting better at what they do.

            TRACK LISTING

            Regularly Scheduled Programming
            Love Love Love
            In Color
            Least Expected
            Never In The Real World
            The Devil's In The Details
            Lucky To Be Alive
            Complex
            Out Of Range, Pt. 2
            Penny For Your Thoughts
            I Never Could Get Enough

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            The Waterfall II

              Out via ATO Records, The Waterfall II was massively inspired by the band’s idyllic surroundings in Stinson Beach, CA — and a sense of charmed isolation that frontman Jim James likened to “living on our own little moon.” There, the Kentucky-bred five-piece ended up creating over two dozen songs at the mountaintop studio known as Panoramic House. Though they flirted with the idea of putting out what would have been a triple album, the band ultimately decided that less would be more at the time and divided the project into two halves, releasing the first segment as The Waterfall: a 2015 full-length that earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best Alternative Music Album. 

              As James reveals, the decision to unearth The Waterfall II was sparked from a bit of serendipity in the early days of self-quarantine. While out on a walk, he placed his music library on shuffle and soon stumbled upon “Spinning My Wheels,” a tender rumination on the struggle for presence, its lyrics confessing to feeling “hypnotized from doing the same old thing.” Struck by the song’s enduring relevance, James revisited the other tracks reserved from the Panoramic House sessions and found that they invited a welcome moment of self-reflection—an outcome perhaps even more perfectly suited to the chaos of the current day than the circumstances of their recording. Like its predecessor, The Waterfall II mines its mood of dreamy contemplation from certain heartbreak James had recently experienced, including the demise of a monumental relationship. Unfolding in a loosely threaded narrative of loss and recovery, the album conjures an indelible pain but never drifts into despair, gracefully conveying James’s message that “there is hope beyond the pain and loss, if you learn to flow with life like water.” Even in its most heavy-hearted moments, The Waterfall II radiates an undeniable sense of wonder, a testament to the wild-mindedness that’s long imbued the music of My Morning Jacket.

              With their unabashed curiosity infinitely stirred by their time at Stinson Beach, the band hopes that the album might lead others to look beyond what’s human-made in the search for solace and renewal. “As so many of us feel out of tune and long for the world to be a better place, we have to look to nature and the animals and learn from them: learn to love, accept, move on, and respect each other,” says James. “We gotta work for it and change our ways before it’s too late, and get in harmony with love and equality for all of humanity and for nature too.” My Morning Jacket will perform two songs on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday July 15, one for broadcast and one exclusive online only.

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Spinning My Wheels
              2. Still Thinkin
              3. Climbing The Ladder
              4. Feel You
              5. Beautiful Love (Wasn't Enough)
              6. Magic Bullet
              7. Run It
              8. Wasted
              9. Welcome Home
              10. The First Time

              My Morning Jacket

              It Still Moves - Deluxe Reissue

                The deluxe ATO Records reissue of ‘It Still Moves’, My Morning Jacket’s third full-length.

                This deluxe reissue contains the original album completely remastered and remixed, 13 previously unreleased B-sides and demos and brand new artwork and photos.

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                Z

                  Their fourth album proper and second for a major label, this should be the one that does it for these Louisville longhairs. It's got all their special ingredients; country, lonesome rock with a little Neil, a lot of echo and even more soul - but, with the help of John Leckie (and this time not recorded in a barn in Kentucky!) they've made a modern, otherworldly, dream-rock record that puts them in a similar arena to Mercury Rev. They tap into the very heart of the classic American music we all know and love. This one's slightly more rhythmical and with synths bubbling up, but they still ache and burn. Jim James still pines away, his voice as beautiful as ever. This is a more compact MMJ, but no worse for it. Infact, this may prove to be their most powerful album yet. Rich, as ever.


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