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The Waterfall is the seventh studio album from the American rock band My Morning Jacket, and it was released in 2015 under both ATO Records and Capitol Records. Much of the album was recording at the hilltop studio located in Stinson Beach, California, where the band had rented seaside homes. Much of the album - from its overall timbre to its cover art - is very much indebted to the lovely landscape and its nature. The Waterfall emphasizes genres such as folk music, R&B, and even psychedelic music.
My Morning Jacket was been formed in 1998 in Louisville, Kentucky by singer, songwriter, and guitarist James Olliges Jr. (aka Jim James). The original line-up also included three members of the Shelbyville emo-punk band known as Winter Death Club; namely John McQuade (guitar and vocals), J. Roberts (later known as J. Glenn on drums), and Tom Blankenship (later known as Two Tone Tommy on bass).
Much of The Waterfall is concerned with the lovelorn drama that was the result of a breakup that the frontman, Jim James, had experienced. Despite this fact, only two of the songs would explicitly reflect the heartbreak, "Get The Point" and "Only Memories Remain." "Thin Line" is the oldest song on this album, dating to approximately five-to-six years prior to its eventual inclusion in The Waterfall.
1. Believe (Nobody Knows)
2. Compound Fracture
3. Like A River
4. In Its Infancy (The Waterfall)
5. Get The Point
6. Spring (Among The Living)
7. Thin Line
8. Big Decisions
9. Tropics (Erase Traces)
10. Only Memories Remain
11. Hillside Song
12. Compound Fracture (Miami Jungle Version)
13. I Can't Wait
14. Only Memories Remain (Jim Demo)
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