My Morning Jacket Tour Opener Setlist and Audio

My Morning Jacket Tour Opener on 4/20

My Morning Jacket
My Morning Jacket performed their first show in over a year last night (4/20) at the Alabama Theatre in Birmingham, AL. Preservation Hall Jazz Band opened the show as they will be for all of the Jacket's currently scheduled dates. MMJ frontman Jim James sat in with the legendary New Orleans act for "Louisiana Fairytale" and "St. James Infirmary," both of which he sings on the recently released Preservation Hall Jazz Band benefit album entitled Preservation: An album benefiting Preservation Hall and the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program.

The My Morning Jacket show was a burner as always. Here's the setlist and audio (thanks to Hidden Track for hipping us to the archive.org link):

My Morning Jacket :: 04.20.10 :: Alabama Theatre :: Birmingham, AL

One Big Holiday, Gideon, The Way That He Sings, Off the Record, It Beats 4 U, Mahgeetah, Lay Low, Losin' Yo Head (Monsters of Folk), I'm Amazed, Golden, Friends Again (new), Touch Me I'm Going to Scream Pt. I, Thank You Too!, Dondante, Smokin' from Shootin', Run Thru, Anytime, Touch Me I'm Going to Scream. Pt II
Encore: Wordless Chorus, Evil Urges (w/ Preservation Hall Jazz Band), Highly Suspicious (w/ Preservation Hall Jazz Band), Move On Up (Curtis Mayfield) (w/Preservation Hall Jazz Band), Mother-in-Law (Ernie K-Doe) (w/ Preservation Hall Jazz Band), Carnival Time (Al Johnson) (w/ Preservation Hall Jazz Band)

Thanks to http://insomniactivity.wordpress.com for setlist.

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[Published on: 4/21/10]

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