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Drawing from the band's early 7"s, unreleased material, and compilation appearances, My Morning Jacket's two reissues from Darla show that the band already had a large back catalog before its first full-length. And with 28 tracks between the two "chapters," this is a wonderful gift to the fans and shows a more personal and simplistic side of MMJ. Even without a full band and less reverb for most of these tracks, the sound from Jim James and the rest of the group (guitarist Johnny Quaid, bassist Two Tone Tommy and drummer J. Glenn) is rich with emotion and imagery. The covers of Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" and Elton John's "Rocket Man" fit neatly beside originals such as "I Just Wanted to Be Your Friend" and "Evelyn Is Not Real." Along with other such gorgeous moments as "Weeks Go by Like Days," it's easy to hear how the talent was already in place so early in MMJ's career.

Customer Reviews

woww my morning jacket never dissapoints!!!

Just Listen to "Tyrone" and you'll know what I'm talking about, simply one of the most consistent bands I've ever heard in my life!!!

New Favorite

I'm a My Morning Jacket fan to begin with, but this album comprised of cover songs, demos, and live performances is one of my favorite albums. Odd little covers of songs like Take My Breath Away and Dream a Little Dream of Me are trippy, but I Won't Cry is one of my all-time faves. Definitely worth the buy, and a must-have for MMJ completists.


blows the doors off. music, lyrics, beat, pace, everything a great track should be.


Genre: Alternative

Starting in the late '90s and throughout the 2000s and 2010s, My Morning Jacket expanded on their rock and country roots, embracing everything from neo-psychedelia to funk, prog, and reggae in their sonic experimentation. By the time Evil Urges arrived in mid-2008, they had successfully molded themselves into Kentucky's answer to Wilco: a band rooted in alt-country and rock & roll, but given to sonic experimentation and unexpected genre changes at every turn. My Morning Jacket's de facto leader...
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