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

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

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MamaKel

Quote from: jttouch2 on Aug 23, 2019, 12:08 amhttps://open.spotify.com/album/1fRxxclGBpj2pYslgLYcQT?si=ZN8YgKCWQtOSHCF1SPAROg

First single released, "Set It To Song." Full album release is October 18th. woohoo!

What a beautiful, cinematic piece of music. Made my soul smile this morning. And the Spotify playlist segued it right into M. Ward's "Chinese Translation". ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL. Thank you for sharing!!!
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Derek713

Looks like three performances are scheduled. I just grabbed tickets for Denver.

 SHOWS

9/4/19 - Washington, DC - The Kennedy Center
5/12/20 - Seattle, WA - Benaroya Hall
5/15/20 - Denver, CO - Colorado Symphony

ranyart

Nice song and I'm looking forward to hearing the rest of the album, but what's up with the abrupt ending?

jttouch2

Quote from: ranyart on Aug 23, 2019, 05:49 pmNice song and I'm looking forward to hearing the rest of the album, but what's up with the abrupt ending?

The songs all bleed/fade into each other, so there's no hard stop at the end of everything. It'll make sense when the album is out

Dondantesinferno

For those able to attend the performance in Denver who also happen to be a student or educator, there are currently a limited number of tickets for you at a very reduced price! I secured Orchestra 1 Section seats for only $12.80 including all fees. You can only buy them one at a time but I still got four next to each other without much trouble. Also they are "will call" so you have to show a school ID or some such thing. Here is a link in case others can make it on Friday May 15:

https://tickets.coloradosymphony.org/5204/5307

kotchishm

Grabbed tickets for DC on Wednesday. Looked like a bunch were still available (though pricey). Hope it's a solid audience.
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wheelhousetunes

I try not to be negative and I love Jim, but I'm tired of all these side projects.

His solo stuff is even a push for me.

Just give me MMJ.

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ranyart

Quote from: wheelhousetunes on Sep 18, 2019, 10:41 amI try not to be negative and I love Jim, but I'm tired of all these side projects.

His solo stuff is even a push for me.

Just give me MMJ.

Some of Jim's projects work better for me than others, especially Monsters of Folk which I would love to hear more of, but I agree MMJ is much more than the sum of its parts and I look forward to what happens in any case in 2020.

Lucius

I'm not a huge lover of Set It to Song but the project as a whole definitely has my interest, bar the acoustic stuff (nothing against Jim - I just find most acoustic music a bit dull and self indulgent) I really enjoy Jims solo output. I'm definitely with you guys desperately itching for a new MMJ record (and UK shows!!) but I'm sure it will be worth the wait.
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