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20 years ago, My Morning Jacket put out their first album, The Tennessee Fire. The 4 childhood friends from Kentucky recorded the entire 16 tracks in a grain silo in Shelbyville. That’s how the reverb-drenched sound that would come to characterize their first two records was born. To celebrate two decades since the record’s release, the band (led by Jim James and Tom Blankenship) put together a 2-disc set: the first contains the 16 original tracks, and the second is made up of alternative takes and previously unpublished songs. The higher fidelity of I Think I’m Going to Hell, recorded in 2000 at the Byton studios in Loosdrecht, Netherlands, as well as the psychedelic bottleneck playing on The Gift – which wasn’t on the original album – offer a previously unseen side of the band. It’s apparent that the songs selected for The Tennessee Fire didn’t entirely reflect the experimental tendencies which would emerge with later albums such as Z in 2005; those tendencies were nonetheless present as an undercurrent. Instead, alt-country would be the word, with acoustic guitars, washy drums and deftly crafted harmonies coming to define their debut effort. The Tennessee Fire: 20th Anniversary Edition is both a celebratory re-edition and a way to highlight the band’s early years before they gained more fame and momentum. Happy birthday! © Alexis Renaudat/Qobuz

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DISC 1

1
Heartbreakin Man 00:03:11

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2
They Ran 00:02:48

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3
The Bear 00:04:39

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4
Nashville to Kentucky 00:02:58

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5
Old Sept Blues 00:02:28

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

6
If All Else Fails 00:03:58

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7
It's About Twilight Now 00:04:06

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

8
Evelyn Is Not Real 00:03:04

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

9
War Begun 00:03:06

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10
Picture of You 00:03:16

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

11
I Will Be There When You Die 00:04:42

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12
The Dark 00:03:22

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13
By My Car 00:04:04

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14
Butch Cassidy 00:03:55

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15
I Think I'm Going to Hell 00:05:06

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16
Instrumental 00:02:42

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DISC 2

1
John Dyes Her Hair Red 00:03:34

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2
Flew in on a Dead Horse 00:03:54

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3
Yellow and Strobe 00:02:09

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4
Lil Billy (Jim Demo) 00:03:05

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

5
Evelyn is Not Real (First Version) 00:03:00

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

6
All This Joy Brings Different Feelings 00:02:53

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7
Finger on the Frog 00:02:43

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8
Gifts 00:04:10

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

9
Weeks Go by Like Days (Alt. Version) 00:02:29

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

10
Plasma Ball 00:02:58

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

11
Breathin' Afterbirth 00:02:32

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

12
Heartbreakin Man (First Version) 00:03:27

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

13
I Think I'm Going to Hell (Two Meter Session) 00:04:41

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

14
If All Else Fails (First Version) 00:03:39

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

15
The Bear (First Version) 00:03:55

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

16
The Bear (Third Version) 00:04:38

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(C) 2019 Darla Records (P) 2019 Darla Records

Album Description

20 years ago, My Morning Jacket put out their first album, The Tennessee Fire. The 4 childhood friends from Kentucky recorded the entire 16 tracks in a grain silo in Shelbyville. That’s how the reverb-drenched sound that would come to characterize their first two records was born. To celebrate two decades since the record’s release, the band (led by Jim James and Tom Blankenship) put together a 2-disc set: the first contains the 16 original tracks, and the second is made up of alternative takes and previously unpublished songs. The higher fidelity of I Think I’m Going to Hell, recorded in 2000 at the Byton studios in Loosdrecht, Netherlands, as well as the psychedelic bottleneck playing on The Gift – which wasn’t on the original album – offer a previously unseen side of the band. It’s apparent that the songs selected for The Tennessee Fire didn’t entirely reflect the experimental tendencies which would emerge with later albums such as Z in 2005; those tendencies were nonetheless present as an undercurrent. Instead, alt-country would be the word, with acoustic guitars, washy drums and deftly crafted harmonies coming to define their debut effort. The Tennessee Fire: 20th Anniversary Edition is both a celebratory re-edition and a way to highlight the band’s early years before they gained more fame and momentum. Happy birthday! © Alexis Renaudat/Qobuz

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