The Order of Nature-Jim James, Teddy Abrams, & The Louisville Orchestra

Started by jttouch2, Aug 23, 2019, 12:08 am

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Lucius

I also love this album a lot more than I thought I would. Listened to it during a flight from The Netherlands to the UK staring out the window the whole time. Magical. Jim's voice on Walking In The Snow is down right sexy.
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jttouch2

Walking In the Snow > Here in Spirit is an incredible opening combo. I really love this version of Here in Spirit, the orchestral arrangement really brings out the power those words have to me. I was there live and having this as an official recording is pretty special.

CountSA

I'm really liking the album, In Demand is the standout track for me.  It seems like a tour of sorts is gonna happen in May I believe I heard, which seems strange since the album has just been released.

Jbpats

Okay I lied, I have listened to this album a ton, almost daily. Certainly not a one and done for me by any means.
The first four tracks are so righteous.

Murph

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Good talk with Jim and Teddy Abrams.  Towards the very end, Jim talks about not really being into doing MMJ shows recently, how he got back into them again during this year's run of shows, and how taking ayuhasca helped him.

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Good talk with Jim and Teddy Abrams.  Towards the very end, Jim talks about not really being into doing MMJ shows recently, how he got back into them again during this year's run of shows, and how taking ayuhasca helped him.


Great interview! Thanks for posting!!
Explains a lot to what we all thought after Red Rocks/Forest Hills, that he just seemed in a much better place (no sunglasses, etc.)
Super enlightening to hear that he is in a great place.