Relive My Morning Jacket’s Mindblowing Performance With Full-Set Audio & Videos From LOCKN’

first_imgAttendees of LOCKN’, and anyone who live streamed the festival sets, would probably all agree that My Morning Jacket was the weekend’s highlight – if not, the highlight of 2016. As far as having the most professionally executed, mind-blowingly awesome, and enormously strong set, MMJ’s 18-song set was filled with musical highs and strides of pure excellence, leaving those fortunate enough to experience it totally jaw-dropped in amazement.The band hit all their fan-favorited hits, including “Off The Record”, “I’m Amazed”, “Touch Me I’m Going To Scream Pt. 2”, and “One Big Holiday”, also introducing the debuts of two new covers that had audience members singing harmoniously in the evening’s chills. Burt Bacharach’s “What The World Needs Now Is Love” provided an intense reminder to the lucky festival-goers that reality beyond the farm is in need of some serious love. After mixing in covers of Prince’s “Purple Rain”, frontman Jim James‘ solo track “State of the Art (AEIOU)”, and Bob Marley‘s “Could You Be Loved”, MMJ shot right into another cover debut of David Bowie‘s “Rebel Rebel”.The band, tying together the knots of past, present, living, and dead, delivered the type of experience that will be remembered for decades to come. A perfect way to close out Saturday’s main stage, My Morning Jacket just gained a whole new following.You can listen to the full set below, thanks to taper opsopcopolis:Enjoy these glorious fan-shot videos, courtesy of the glorious waves of YouTube:Full Set(courtesy of YouTube user GratefuLSD25 .5)What The World Needs Now – Burt BacharachPurple Rain – PrinceState of The Art (AEIOU) – Jim JamesRebel Rebel – David Bowielast_img

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