Oct 202010

Yesterday we saw My Morning Jacket break out the first “Rocket Man” since 2001 as part of their five albums, five nights series at New York’s Terminal 5. Well last night they continued the run with At Dawn, the second album. As on night one, they encored with b-sides and covers from around the time (“the time” in this case being 2001).

That meant three covers. First came a nod to Jersey metal pioneers Danzig. Six songs later, the band kept it heavy for a cover of Black Sabbath’s “Black Sabbath.” Perhaps the best was the Rolling Stones‘ “Miss You,” Jim James’ funky falsetto leading into a twenty-minute performance of the band’s own “Cobra.” We’ve got videos of the Danzig and Stones-Cobra below (as well as the complete setlist for context). We’ll add the Sabbath video and higher-quality audio of all three when it becomes available.

Edit 10/22: Added video of “Black Sabbath.”

My Morning Jacket – How the Gods Kill (Danzig cover)
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My Morning Jacket – Miss You (The Rolling Stones cover) -> Cobra

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My Morning Jacket – Black Sabbath (Black Sabbath cover)

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My Morning Jacket – At Dawn
Terminal 5, NYC 10/19/10

01. At Dawn
02. Lowdown
03. The Way That He Sings
04. Death Is My Sleezy Pay
05. Hopefully
06. Bermuda Highway
07. Honest Man
08. X-mas Curtain
09. Just Because I Do
10. If It Smashes Down
11. I Needed It Most
12. Phone Went West
13. Strangulation!
14. How The Gods Kill (Danzig cover)
15. O Is The One That is Real
16. Come Closer
17. Miss You (The Rolling Stones cover)
18. Cobra
19. Black Sabbath (Black Sabbath cover)

Check out more My Morning Jacket at their website. The residency continues tomorrow with It Still Moves.

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