The Tennessee Fire

The Tennessee Fire is the debut album by the rockbandMy Morning Jacket. It introduced the reverb-heavy sound that is characteristic of the band’s early material. This is most apparent in Jim James‘ vocals, many of which were recorded in an improvised studio above his cousin’s garage.[3] Of the sixteen tracks on the album, only four were re-recorded in a professional studio prior to the album’s release: “Heartbreakin Man”, “The Bear”, “Evelyn Is Not Real” and “I Think I’m Going to Hell”.[3][4]

1999 studio album by My Morning Jacket
The Tennessee Fire
Studio album by

Released May 25, 1999
Studio Ultrasuede Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio & Above the Cadillac Studios, Shelbyville, Kentucky
Genre
Length 57:25
Label Darla Records
Producer Todd Kaiser
My Morning Jacket chronology
The Tennessee Fire
(1999)
At Dawn
(2001)

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [2]
Pitchfork 8.0/10[1]

In 2019 a deluxe version of the album celebrating its 20th anniversary was released, featuring the original 16-track album alongside 16 additional previously unreleased and unheard tracks, demos, alternate versions and more.[5]

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All tracks are written by Jim James.

No. Title Length
1. Heartbreakin Man 3:11
2. “They Ran” 2:48
3. “The Bear” 4:39
4. “Nashville to Kentucky” 2:58
5. “Old Sept. Blues” 2:28
6. “If All Else Fails” 3:58
7. “It’s About Twilight Now” 4:06
8. “Evelyn Is Not Real” 3:04
9. “War Begun” 3:06
10. “Picture of You” 3:16
11. “I Will Be There When You Die” 4:42
12. “The Dark” 3:22
13. “By My Car” 4:04
14. “Butch Cassidy” 3:55
15. “I Think I’m Going to Hell” 5:06
16. “Alabama Come Clean” 2:42
Total length: 57:25

“Alabama Come Clean” is a hidden track that isn’t listed on the original release.

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