Originally presented as part of a limited At Dawn pressing — 2,500 CDs and 1,000 LPs, to be exact — the At Dawn & Tennessee Fire Demos Package pairs spare, fireside folk rarities from My Morning Jacket's first couple records with a handful of live/radio renditions that herald the riff-raking beast the band would soon become. Considering this disc once fetched top dollar prices on eBay, we can't think of a better introduction to the Kentucky band's filler-free beginnings and that voice; the one Jim James was clearly born with, as seasoned with several decades of cheap cigarettes and drained whiskey.
By Marc Hogan on 01.14.15 in News
Bonnaroo has had piano men. This year, singing the crowd in Manchester, Tennessee a song will be the Piano Man. Billy Joel is headlining the 2015 festival, which takes place from June 11 to June 14. Other leading name...
By Marc Hogan on 01.07.15 in News
Festival anticipation season is getting into full swing. Yesterday, Coachella announced its 2015 headliners would be Drake, Jack White and AC/DC. This morning, Governors Ball Music Festival revealed Drake would be tops o...
By Wondering Sound Staff on 10.30.14 in Features
Garth from 'Wayne's World', the Ghostbusters and Maverick from 'Top Gun' as played by musicians for Halloween.
By Andrew Parks on 08.19.14 in News
News of official Bob Dylan bootlegs are one thing; producer T Bone Burnett (True Detective, Inside Llewyn Davis) went one step further recently, asking Elvis Costello and members of Dawes, My Morning Jacket, Mumford & So...