At Dawn: 20th Anniversary Edition 3-LP

At Dawn: 20th Anniversary Edition 3-LP

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At Dawn: 20th Anniversary Edition 3-LP via Darla Records

Announcing the expanded 20th Anniversary Edition of My Morning Jacket's record At Dawn with the bonus of a complete Jim James live acoustic set of seven tracks recorded by Erik Wofford in the Radiology X-ray Room of the old Student Health Center, University of Texas, March 17, 2001, just three weeks before the release of At Dawn. The live performance was recorded and later broadcast on KVRX. Featured all together here for the first time are six previously unreleased tracks from the session, plus Bermuda Highway (Live KVRX) from the same, which is also featured on the compilation Chapter 2: Early Recordings. 

1. At Dawn
2. Lowdown
3. The Way That He Sings
4. Death Is My Sleezy Pay
5. Hopefully
6. Bermuda Highway
7. Honest Man
8. X-mas Curtain (Album Version)
9. Just Because I Do
10. If It Smashes Down
11. I Needed It Most
12. Phone Went West
13. Strangulation!
14. Untitled

Jim James Live KVRX 03/17/2001 bonus LP-3:

These recordings were selected by Jim James. Recorded live by Erik Wofford 03/17/2001 in the Radiology X-ray Room of the old Student Health Center, University of Texas. All songs recorded in one take live to tape. No artificial reverb was used in the making of these KVRX recordings. Thank you Erik!

TRACKLISTING

1. Bermuda Highway (Live KVRX) 
2. Lowdown (Live KVRX) - previously unreleased
3. Hopefully (Live KVRX) - previously unreleased
4. Nashville to Kentucky (Live KVRX) - previously unreleased
5. I Needed it Most (Live KVRX) - previously unreleased
6. I Will Be There When You Die (Live KVRX) - previously unreleased
7. Just Because I Do (Live KVRX) - previously unreleased

"It was recorded live, but not broadcast live. I multi-tracked to an 8-track Otari mx5050 tape machine and mixed it at a later time. The main thing to take away from this is there is no artificial reverb on these tracks. That’s just what that surprisingly small 15x15 room with tile walls sounded like; essentially a chamber reverb. Jim liked reverb so much during this time that he loved being right in the middle of it, playing around with its natural decay. Notes are made a little more percussive so he could enjoy the wash of reverb bathing him, almost like a conversation with a room. This recording will stand out in my mind as one of the most special moments I’ve been involved in. I still own the cheap acoustic guitar he played for this session and will cherish it forever. A few years after this recording, the KVRX building was torn down so this is one of the few documents of what this special room sounded like. I still want to build a chamber reverb with these dimensions and materials some day."


- Erik Wofford, 01/12/2021

Please note: This item is expected to ship in April 2021

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