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  • My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves LP
    Item #: ATLP07
    2x disc, limited edition, double gatefold, 180 gram vinyl, CD version of the album is included.
    • $19.98
  • My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves CD
    Item #: ATCD06
    My Morning Jacket's ATO/RCA debut, It Still Moves, produced by Jim James, engineered by Danny Kadar. The album was recorded in early 2003 at the band's Above The Cadillac Studio in Shelbyville, Kentucky, and features 12 new songs:

    1. Mahgeetah
    2. Dancefloors
    3. Golden
    4. Master Plan
    5. One Big Holiday
    6. I Will Sing You Songs
    7. Easy Morning Rebel
    8. Run Thru
    9. Rollin' Back
    10. Just One Thing
    11. Steam Engine
    12. One In The Same
    • $8.99
  • My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves Digital Download
    Item #: ATDD5
    My Morning Jacket's ATO/RCA debut, It Still Moves, produced by Jim James, engineered by Danny Kadar. The album was recorded in early 2003 at the band's Above The Cadillac Studio in Shelbyville, Kentucky, and features 12 new songs:

    1. Mahgeetah
    2. Dancefloors
    3. Golden
    4. Master Plan
    5. One Big Holiday
    6. I Will Sing You Songs
    7. Easy Morning Rebel
    8. Run Thru
    9. Rollin' Back
    10. Just One Thing
    11. Steam Engine
    12. One In The Same
    • $9.95
  • My Morning Jacket, It Still Moves Deluxe Re-Issue CD
    Item #: ATCD173
    2 CD set. Includes the original album remixed and remastered plus 13 previously unreleased demos and b-sides. Includes never before seen photographs

    My Morning Jacket has re-issued 2003’s It Still Moves remixed and remastered as a special deluxe package with new artwork and exclusive photos. It includes frontman Jim James’ ten original demos plus three unheard tracks from the original sessions. With the help of the band’s longtime friend Kevin Ratterman behind the mixing desk, James revisited and tweaked all the old material. Remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, this new version still has that shimmering grandeur that lent it such a singular identity, but there is an increased strength and clarity to it now.

    “Everybody can relate to something they've done in their life where you didn't know it at the time, but you were rushed through finishing it,” James said. He cites the band's aggressive touring schedule as a reason behind them leaving the album somehow unfinished.
    • $14.00
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