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My Morning Jacket — Circuital
Album: Circuital
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Released: 2011
Length: 6:57
Plays (last 30 days): 3
Spinning out, gracefully
Going nowhere, quickly
I'm older, day by day
But still going back to my childhood way

Circuital
Round and round patiently
Getting lost by the guide
And I'm all worked up over nothing

Circuits
All in and out
Connect my body
Deep into the ground

Circuits
Connect the earth to the moon
And link our heavenly bodies
And not a moment too soon

Well you can fling open the windows
Or you can board them up
Satan's jeweled crown
Or Christ's humble cup

You think you'll find yourself out there

Out in the lion's den
In some bloody battle
Over belief systems

Or disappear into the vacuum
Total neutrality
Where you can't lose nothing
But nothing can be gained

Well anyway you cut it
We're just spinning around
Out on the circuits
Over the hallowed grounds
Out on the circuits
Over the hallowed grounds
Ending up in the same place
That we started out
Right back in the same place
Right back in the same place
That we starting out

Let her know
Comments (156)add comment
 alexandersmcmillan wrote:
Like Coldplay, My Morning Jacket appears to be another contemporary band that, for the crownèd self-appointed arbiters of good taste, isn't simply not worth listening to, but strikes a certain nerve that cannot be tolerated without obnoxious ejaculations of disgust. Is there a clinical term for this phenomenon, a kind of group identification that is unified around an unfounded proclivity for negativity?
 

I don't know the clinical term, but generally it intersects with Pixies fans.
 alexandersmcmillan wrote:
Like Coldplay, My Morning Jacket appears to be another contemporary band that, for the crownèd self-appointed arbiters of good taste, isn't simply not worth listening to, but strikes a certain nerve that cannot be tolerated without obnoxious ejaculations of disgust. Is there a clinical term for this phenomenon, a kind of group identification that is unified around an unfounded proclivity for negativity?
 
I recognize pain when I see it

Sendin my love

 oldsaxon wrote:
That's an old "Magic Eye" valve on the cover. Used to help HAMs tune the radios...I think it's EM34? Something like that...I want one.
 
It is getting installed in this video  youtu.be/GD-b5zbYMBI
 alexandersmcmillan wrote:
Like Coldplay, My Morning Jacket appears to be another contemporary band that, for the crownèd self-appointed arbiters of good taste, isn't simply not worth listening to, but strikes a certain nerve that cannot be tolerated without obnoxious ejaculations of disgust. Is there a clinical term for this phenomenon, a kind of group identification that is unified around an unfounded proclivity for negativity?
 
In political terms, sheeple!
I like this band.
Nice!
 alexandersmcmillan wrote:
Like Coldplay, My Morning Jacket appears to be another contemporary band that, for the crownèd self-appointed arbiters of good taste, isn't simply not worth listening to, but strikes a certain nerve that cannot be tolerated without obnoxious ejaculations of disgust. Is there a clinical term for this phenomenon, a kind of group identification that is unified around an unfounded proclivity for negativity?
 

Screw them! ...some people have no taste! .................
Like Coldplay, My Morning Jacket appears to be another contemporary band that, for the crownèd self-appointed arbiters of good taste, isn't simply not worth listening to, but strikes a certain nerve that cannot be tolerated without obnoxious ejaculations of disgust. Is there a clinical term for this phenomenon, a kind of group identification that is unified around an unfounded proclivity for negativity?
 Grayson wrote:
This is surely an excellent My Morning Jacket tune. But there's always that nagging dilemma about MMJ that can sometimes detract from the full on listening experience: Are they better when they go more My Fleet Morning Fox Jacket or when they tack My Pete Townsend Empty Jacket Glass Morning, as with this one. 
 
WFT does all that mean? MMJ is awesome and multi-meaningful... you speak of them as robots to please you in precise accordance/agreement with what's apparently "BEST" as if such a thing exists in music. My nephew's holiday show was robust and adorable, you would be the kind of person making shitty comments thinking it doesn't matter because they're just kids... but it matters MORE because they're kids. I don't know you, but I bet some people here do. I'm sure they agree with me that you would be a fucking DRAG at any live musical event.
 Lyndont wrote:
The great thing about Radio Paradise is I like most things that Bill plays. I don’t love them all and I dislike very few. It’s what makes great radio!
 
 
Wow. You absolutely nailed it.
Ditto.

I sure like Morning Jacket. All mellow sounding and subdued  but  then these semi-raunchy guitar riffs and killer melodies.

Instant attraction.
 Grayson wrote:
This is surely an excellent My Morning Jacket tune. But there's always that nagging dilemma about MMJ that can sometimes detract from the full on listening experience: Are they better when they go more My Fleet Morning Fox Jacket or when they tack My Pete Townsend Empty Jacket Glass Morning, as with this one. 
 
Neither style detracts from my listening experience.  I want it all! 
My Yawning Jacket
I really want to like these guys but just don't....
Often good music. Sufficiently enunciated lyrics, tho, are something else from My Morning Gargle. 
This is surely an excellent My Morning Jacket tune. But there's always that nagging dilemma about MMJ that can sometimes detract from the full on listening experience: Are they better when they go more My Fleet Morning Fox Jacket or when they tack My Pete Townsend Empty Jacket Glass Morning, as with this one. 
The great thing about Radio Paradise is I like most things that Bill plays. I don’t love them all and I dislike very few. It’s what makes great radio!
 
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:
Thom Yorke called, he wants the rights for playing creep with pizzicato and using an identic voice to his in this tune

 
That's not a pizzicato, that's string tapping. 
Everybody in my alien space craft thinks this song is good for the ears...  we love it...  Radio Paradise is the best radio station in this galaxy...
Not understanding the gushing praise for this. It's not just bad, it's really really bad. 
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:
Thom Yorke called, he wants the rights for playing creep with pizzicato and using an identic voice to his in this tune

 
Felix, you took the words right out of my mouth!
Thom Yorke called, he wants the rights for playing creep with pizzicato and using an identic voice to his in this tune
Simple love at it's best! .. I love these guys!
 Stingray wrote:

1


PS: this piano is soo stupid, I have to laugh! As terrible as voice and untalented guitar-work!

TEEEEERRIBLE!!!




 
Say - Don't hold back! Tell us how you really feel!!
Love that Carl Broemel guitar work towards the end!  It makes the song for me...
Love{#Bananapiano}Love {#Bananasplit}Love{#Bananajam} them{#Drummer}
That's an old "Magic Eye" valve on the cover. Used to help HAMs tune the radios...I think it's EM34? Something like that...I want one.
With a Saxaphone! lol
 bubink wrote:
If Supertramp were still in their prime, I think they would sound a LOT like these guys... 
 

Is this a good thing?


1


PS: this piano is soo stupid, I have to laugh! As terrible as voice and untalented guitar-work!

TEEEEERRIBLE!!!



Good musical energy — but I can rarely comprehend a damn thing he's singing. What's the deal with that? Enunciation? Poor mixing? Mumbling? Is that the best MMJ can do?  
 DaveInVA wrote:
Its a 6E5 Magic Eye tube used in radios for tuning indicators in the 30's and 40's:

 
 



Called Cat Eye's on my Cary Audi Design Tube preamp.
Going to see them tonight in Osaka. Very excited. 
 Stingray wrote:


Thank you - now I know why I absolutely (!!!!) dislike all three! LOTS!!!!
 

Yea I am with you though Fleet Foxes have a few good songs.
 rdo wrote:

 

There should not be a stress-shift from the first to the second syllable due to the suffix "al", causing the dipthong oo-eh.  There should never be a dipthong in the middle of a word, unless preceded by a fricative (see Jones, et al), hence CIR-cut-əl is the correct pronunciation. 


 
I think we could go round and around arguing this.

 

There should not be a stress-shift from the first to the second syllable due to the suffix "al", causing the dipthong oo-eh.  There should never be a dipthong in the middle of a word, unless preceded by a fricative (see Jones, et al), hence CIR-cut-əl is the correct pronunciation. 




 citizenkeith wrote:

Actually, My Morning Jacket has been doing the big-reverb-on-vocal thing since their first album came out in 1999. Bands like Fleet Foxes and Band of Horses are sporting a heavy MMJ influence...
 

Thank you - now I know why I absolutely (!!!!) dislike all three! LOTS!!!!
HOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRIBLE!!!!!
Melody? SEEEEERO!!!

 SchoepTone wrote:
Too much reverb on this dude's voice. The vocal is entering Fleet Foxes territory.
 
Actually, My Morning Jacket has been doing the big-reverb-on-vocal thing since their first album came out in 1999. Bands like Fleet Foxes and Band of Horses are sporting a heavy MMJ influence...
This band really seems to be taking off.  Seem to be at peak powers on this one.  Pretty darned GOOD, and dig the intriguing sonic structure.  Circuital, indeed!
 SchoepTone wrote:
Too much reverb on this dude's voice. The vocal is entering Fleet Foxes territory.
 
Dude, ( Yes, DUDE!) stop trying to sound like you know what you're talking about. It's the pitch that is FF-like, not the reverb.

When your head explodes, that will have been too much reverb. Until then, it is just right! 
Honestly, this outfit just keeps getting better and better!
Too much reverb on this dude's voice. The vocal is entering Fleet Foxes territory.

 membeth wrote:
Great band to see live.  I've seen them a couple times and they were pretty fantastic.
 



Never saw them "live" but did catch them on the telly doing a small intimate set...unfortunately, I didnt think that it came off that well, especially the vocals.
 cohifi wrote:

I've missed MMJ twice now, and if I miss them again it is REALLY going to be a drag on my schedule.   {#Exclaim}

 

Don't worry, they will play it again and again and again and, well you get the picture.{#Rolleyes}
 geege wrote:

me too...and agreed.  I am jonesing for another show! 
 
I've missed MMJ twice now, and if I miss them again it is REALLY going to be a drag on my schedule.   {#Exclaim}

 membeth wrote:
Great band to see live.  I've seen them a couple times and they were pretty fantastic.
 
me too...and agreed.  I am jonesing for another show! 
Great band to see live.  I've seen them a couple times and they were pretty fantastic.
it lures me into the room and makes me sway....

Another great one....pure zen right now.
Check: The Basement sessions,(live)  produced for BBC from Nigel Goodrich.
If Supertramp were still in their prime, I think they would sound a LOT like these guys... 
What an awesome song...
RE:cover art — I thought of the eye-prison that the Beast kept Lyssa in, in Krull

 
reminds me of devotchka, with a little radiohead thrown in.  I like :)
Its a 6E5 Magic Eye tube used in radios for tuning indicators in the 30's and 40's:

 
 SinisterDexter wrote:


I thought it was the death ray from War of the Worlds.


 
This is exactly what I thought on first seeing the cover picture.


I have no idea what he's saying but the song is still enjoyable. In that way it reminds me of early REM. {#Music}

 fredriley wrote:
So, who's Sooky?
 
ask any woman in america.

 beelzebubba wrote:

So they always play live inside of a tunnel?

 
I get it. That was intended to be humor, right?


 chyk5 wrote:


Funny how he sounds exactly the same live.
 
So they always play live inside of a tunnel?

 Hippostar wrote:
There he goes again with the cavernous reverb.  Anyone can sound as though they sing well with that much processing.

 

Funny how he sounds exactly the same live.
There he goes again with the cavernous reverb.  Anyone can sound as though they sing well with that much processing.

Starts out like a countrified version of Creep
Wait — I thought this was going to be Jacob's Ladder by Rush......what a rip-off.....
As mentioned to Rolling Stone magazine by James, the album cover depicting the Magic eye tube was inspired by his own experience of getting Lasik eye surgery, saying: "The whole experience of it is so fucked up, it's somebody slicing your eyeball open and shooting you with a laser." It also inspired James to write the song "Victory Dance."
So, who's Sooky?
Wasn't this just palyed a day or 2 ago? Move on, please.
Okay, I've heard this song enough times. NEXT!

With such a huge variety of songs to listen to, why do we keep hearing the same dreck over and over again?
Love the end part when the sound goes "underwater"
 Darlington wrote:


Saw them in Charlotte, NC a couple of weeks ago. It was a rain shortened show, but wow, those guys rock. Incredible, incredible live band.
 
So good to hear that. I am really liking them ever since Evil Urges and they are from my neck of the woods so to speak. Hopefully I'll get a chance to see them at some point.   {#Cheers}

{#Daisy}Just heard Bill pronounce the title "correctly". {#High-five}
Catchy {#Dancingbanana}
 freeone1 wrote:
 he he {#Roflol} was wondering if someone would pick my nit pick on my lack of upper case usage. 

i only mention it because of all of the interviews i have seen and heard the band give concerning the album and hearing them pronounce it as i formerly suggested.  i was saying it as you suggested before that but if it is their album i guess i will say it their way. 

listening to these guys is always a happy experience in my hood.  {#Dancingbanana_2}{#Cheers} kanpai!


Proclivities wrote:


Either pronunciation is probably acceptable.  If something is "of a circuit" (i.e., electrical), it would be caller "circuital", which could be pronounced "sir-kit-ul".  You may also be equating "circuital" with the word: "circuitious".  This is just a personal, style preference, but if I were going to "nit-pick" about grammar and/or English usage, I would use the appropriate application of uppercase and lowercase letters when doing so, but that doesn't seem to matter much anymore.
Good song, by the way.  Happy listening! {#Cheers}
 
 
I noticed the same thing.  Listen carefully next time it plays.  I heard them sing "sir-cue-it-ull".


 revolver wrote:
Anyone else hear "keyboard Cat" as the background riff?
 
I do !

Was jamming out to Z on the way to work tonight, turning this off.  Sorry folks, this album doesn't do it for me.
Good soong. Terrible name for a band. 
 Hannio wrote:
He never really hits that high note, does he?

 
Not really. I decided to let it go.

 malvey254 wrote:

Saw them Tuesday in Philly and they were incredible.  Played 25 songs for almost three hours.  If they are coming to your town, make sure to check them out.
 

Saw them in Charlotte, NC a couple of weeks ago. It was a rain shortened show, but wow, those guys rock. Incredible, incredible live band.
Anyone else hear "keyboard Cat" as the background riff?
 Grammarcop wrote:
I saw these guys in Detroit a couple of weeks ago. "Yim Yames" sang and played with his hair in front of his face for a good portion of the evening, evoking an image of a rock-and-roll Cousin Itt. 
 
Saw them Tuesday in Philly and they were incredible.  Played 25 songs for almost three hours.  If they are coming to your town, make sure to check them out.
I saw these guys in Detroit a couple of weeks ago. "Yim Yames" sang and played with his hair in front of his face for a good portion of the evening, evoking an image of a rock-and-roll Cousin Itt. 
 Byronape wrote:

Wait...  you are implying that anyone that says "No No No" in german (or according to babblefish.com "twelve twelve twelve", I'm not sure which is right but I always thought that it meant no) is automatically Hitler?

Who are you, Bill O'Rieley? 

From Wikipedia...

"Godwin's law (also known as Godwin's Rule of Nazi Analogies or Godwin's Law of Nazi Analogies) is a humorous observation made by Mike Godwin in 1990 that has become an Internet adage. It states: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1 (100%)." In other words, Godwin put forth the hyperbolic observation that, given enough time, in any online discussion-regardless of topic or scope-someone inevitably criticizes some point made in the discussion by comparing it to beliefs held by Hitler and the Nazis.

Godwin's law is often cited in online discussions as a deterrent against the use of arguments in the widespread Reductio ad Hitlerum form. The rule does not make any statement about whether any particular reference or comparison to Adolf Hitler or the Nazis might be appropriate, but only asserts that the likelihood of such a reference or comparison arising increases as the discussion progresses. It is precisely because such a comparison or reference may sometimes be appropriate, Godwin has argued that overuse of Nazi and Hitler comparisons should be avoided, because it robs the valid comparisons of their impact.

Although in one of its early forms Godwin's law referred specifically to Usenet newsgroup discussions, the law is now often applied to any threaded online discussion, such as forums, chat rooms and blog comment threads, and has been invoked for the inappropriate use of Nazi analogies in articles or speeches."



 
Thank you.

i LOVE this!!!! So rocking!!

8 —> 10
 WonderLizard wrote:

And I lost relatives defeating this putz. This IMHO wins the "Poorest Taste Post" Award. And the least you could do is learn how to spell.

 
Wait...  you are implying that anyone that says "No No No" in german (or according to babblefish.com "twelve twelve twelve", I'm not sure which is right but I always thought that it meant no) is automatically Hitler?

Who are you, Bill O'Rieley? 

From Wikipedia...

"Godwin's law (also known as Godwin's Rule of Nazi Analogies or Godwin's Law of Nazi Analogies) is a humorous observation made by Mike Godwin in 1990 that has become an Internet adage. It states: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1 (100%)." In other words, Godwin put forth the hyperbolic observation that, given enough time, in any online discussion-regardless of topic or scope-someone inevitably criticizes some point made in the discussion by comparing it to beliefs held by Hitler and the Nazis.

Godwin's law is often cited in online discussions as a deterrent against the use of arguments in the widespread Reductio ad Hitlerum form. The rule does not make any statement about whether any particular reference or comparison to Adolf Hitler or the Nazis might be appropriate, but only asserts that the likelihood of such a reference or comparison arising increases as the discussion progresses. It is precisely because such a comparison or reference may sometimes be appropriate, Godwin has argued that overuse of Nazi and Hitler comparisons should be avoided, because it robs the valid comparisons of their impact.

Although in one of its early forms Godwin's law referred specifically to Usenet newsgroup discussions, the law is now often applied to any threaded online discussion, such as forums, chat rooms and blog comment threads, and has been invoked for the inappropriate use of Nazi analogies in articles or speeches."



 Darlington wrote:
Looking foward to seeing them in Charlotte, NC Sunday night with Neko Case opening up (Yay Neko!!!!!)
 
What a concert!!! I'm sooooooooo jealousssssssssssssssss :(

This would be so much better if James could actually hit that high note he tries to slide up to.

 Darlington wrote:
Looking foward to seeing them in Charlotte, NC Sunday night with Neko Case opening up (Yay Neko!!!!!)
 
We'll be there, too! (12 strong, in blocks of 4 {#Angel}) We saw them down in Charleston last year. SO so fantastic!!
Looking foward to seeing them in Charlotte, NC Sunday night with Neko Case opening up (Yay Neko!!!!!)
 WonderLizard wrote:

And I lost relatives defeating this putz. This IMHO wins the "Poorest Taste Post" Award. And the least you could do is learn how to spell.

 

Yea, you and about a billion other people. If you are offended by that you may as well not even walk out your house bub. Grow a pair as well as a sense or humor or is it humour?{#Rolleyes}
 linden wrote:

I always know it's MMJ when they get to the "howling in a wind tunnel" part of the song.


 


(For the record, I love MMJ.)

Bill... According to the following interview, Jim James pronounces the song/album Circuital as Cir-cue-it-al. Awesome album, awesome song! (https://youtu.be/mqjFA6iyguc, 1:12)
 freeone1 wrote:
 he he {#Roflol} was wondering if someone would pick my nit pick on my lack of upper case usage. 

i only mention it because of all of the interviews i have seen and heard the band give concerning the album and hearing them pronounce it as i formerly suggested.  i was saying it as you suggested before that but if it is their album i guess i will say it their way. 

listening to these guys is always a happy experience in my hood.  {#Dancingbanana_2}{#Cheers} kanpai!
 
 
That's true - it is their album, so they get to decide on the pronunciation, I also had not heard any interviews with them.  Nothing personal meant about the upper and lower case thing: it's just a pet peeve of mine.
Cheers!
{#Cheers}

stimulates a craving for Radiohead...
I agree!!
 
Sjaaks wrote:
This sounds great!! Gonna have to check out this album!

8
 


This sounds great!! Gonna have to check out this album!

8
see where  MMJ took the opening of the song from:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5z1tiZEbv9c&feature=related
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ot15KMxWPcw (original clip)

 freeone1 wrote:
 he he {#Roflol} was wondering if someone would pick my nit pick on my lack of upper case usage. 

i only mention it because of all of the interviews i have seen and heard the band give concerning the album and hearing them pronounce it as i formerly suggested.  i was saying it as you suggested before that but if it is their album i guess i will say it their way. 

listening to these guys is always a happy experience in my hood.  {#Dancingbanana_2}{#Cheers} kanpai!


Proclivities wrote:


Either pronunciation is probably acceptable.  If something is "of a circuit" (i.e., electrical), it would be caller "circuital", which could be pronounced "sir-kit-ul".  You may also be equating "circuital" with the word: "circuitious".  This is just a personal, style preference, but if I were going to "nit-pick" about grammar and/or English usage, I would use the appropriate application of uppercase and lowercase letters when doing so, but that doesn't seem to matter much anymore.
Good song, by the way.  Happy listening! {#Cheers}
 
 
i never type with caps. i can't be bothered, it's just faster and is my way on this site.

but, i am in full agreement wit you on your comment here.  
Ok...  I love MMJ.  Z and Evil Urges are both freaking fantastic.  So far I just haven't been sucked into anything from this album yet.  It's good, but nothing that really reached out and grabbed me. 

I don't know if I should be waiting and letting the songs digest for a while before making a decision (after all, an easy song generally gets old quick), or just be ok with being slightly disappointed.
 he he {#Roflol} was wondering if someone would pick my nit pick on my lack of upper case usage. 

i only mention it because of all of the interviews i have seen and heard the band give concerning the album and hearing them pronounce it as i formerly suggested.  i was saying it as you suggested before that but if it is their album i guess i will say it their way. 

listening to these guys is always a happy experience in my hood.  {#Dancingbanana_2}{#Cheers} kanpai!


Proclivities wrote:


Either pronunciation is probably acceptable.  If something is "of a circuit" (i.e., electrical), it would be caller "circuital", which could be pronounced "sir-kit-ul".  You may also be equating "circuital" with the word: "circuitious".  This is just a personal, style preference, but if I were going to "nit-pick" about grammar and/or English usage, I would use the appropriate application of uppercase and lowercase letters when doing so, but that doesn't seem to matter much anymore.
Good song, by the way.  Happy listening! {#Cheers}
 


BOOORING!
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:
Is this Radiohead playing Creep with pizzicato?

 

With some Ryan Adams ("New York") guitar thrown in. {#Yes}
 freeone1 wrote:
i hate to be a nit-picker, but when it comes to this band, i will be.  bill keeps announcing the new album title wrong.  its pronounced like sir-cue-ital.  just sayin...and i know bill knows his stuff and i know that i like to be corrected when i've got my music wrong, maybe he would feel the same.  only reason i added this.

happy mmj listening all!  dance it out and rock and roll {#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Drummer}{#Bananajam}
 

Either pronunciation is probably acceptable.  If something is "of a circuit" (i.e., electrical), it would be caller "circuital", which could be pronounced "sir-kit-ul".  You may also be equating "circuital" with the word: "circuitious".  This is just a personal, style preference, but if I were going to "nit-pick" about grammar and/or English usage, I would use the appropriate application of uppercase and lowercase letters when doing so, but that doesn't seem to matter much anymore.
Good song, by the way.  Happy listening! {#Cheers}


bumped from 9 to 10.  yes, its that good.
 sirdroseph wrote:
NIEN NIEN NIEN!!!!
 
And I lost relatives defeating this putz. This IMHO wins the "Poorest Taste Post" Award. And the least you could do is learn how to spell.

i hate to be a nit-picker, but when it comes to this band, i will be.  bill keeps announcing the new album title wrong.  its pronounced like sir-cue-ital.  just sayin...and i know bill knows his stuff and i know that i like to be corrected when i've got my music wrong, maybe he would feel the same.  only reason i added this.

on a different mmj note, yes i do think that this album takes us to yet another new space of the mmj legend and really begs to be jammed live.  to those who have seen them tour already i am SOOO very envious and to gatorade who saw them at edgefield last week, i am SUPER envious.  that is my home turf and i can't wait to be back in portland with the music there.

happy mmj listening all!  dance it out and rock and roll {#Dancingbanana}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Drummer}{#Bananajam}
The Green Eye was inspired by Jim James laser eye surgery.
Saw them Tues night at Edgefield. OMGosh!!! WHAT A FREAKING GREAT SHOW! Rock-n-rolled my soul!
 scrubbrush wrote:
Damnit Bill!!
I'm trying to leave my office and i just cannot walk out on this song.
 

oh wait.
i have an iphone with the RP app.
problem solved
Damnit Bill!!
I'm trying to leave my office and i just cannot walk out on this song.
Looking forward to seeing MMJ at Austin City Limits music festival in September!
Great!

 adroc wrote:
As much as I like this song, MMJ have never been able to come close to capturing their true awesomeness in studio.  If you have a chance, listen to the their live album "Okonokos" as soon as possible, or better yet - buy a ticket the next time they're in town.
 
Have to second that.  First song I've ever heard from My Morning Jacket was the live version "The Way He Sings" (in RP, of course) and got impressed by the vocals.... never to be found in any other song.  While I like the band, my ears still look for the amazing live vocals...

 gatorade wrote:
10 ! ! ! 
 


Yes, I gave it one of my rare 10's last month...  this song is soooo good for the ears...  we be dancing...  love it...



The guitar player is good.
 marc1980 wrote:
douzzer wrote:
Musically illiterate.
 
Enough about you.  Let's discuss MMJ!!  This is going to be a great album  {#Nyah}
 
{#No}

 marc1980 wrote:
douzzer wrote:
Musically illiterate.
 
Enough about you.  Let's discuss MMJ!!  This is going to be a great album  {#Nyah}
 

{#Clap}
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:
Is this Radiohead playing Creep with pizzicato?

 
Thinking the same thing...


Starts better than it ends.