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The Jayhawks were definitely swimming against the tide when they emerged from a crowded Minneapolis music scene halfway through the 1980s - a memorable decade that saw the likes of the Replacements, Soul Asylum, Husker Du and Prince put Minnesota on the musical map in a big way. Forging a rootsy sound that wasn't quite rock or country - "Hank Williams on speed" somebody once ... Read more in Amazon's Jayhawks Store

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  • Audio CD (17 Jan. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B003S6T5AE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,432 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Blue
2. I'd Run Away
3. Miss Williams' Guitar
4. Two Hearts
5. Real Light
6. Over My Shoulder
7. Bad Time
8. See Him On The Street
9. Nothing Left To Borrow
10. Ann Jane
See all 18 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Pray For Me
2. Won't Be Coming Home
3. No Place
4. Precious Time
5. Poor Michaels Boat
6. Ranch House In Phoenix
7. Cotton Dress
8. She Picks The Violets
9. Bloody Hands
10. Up Above The River
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Feb. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Often it seems that alot of great music stems from a bands internal conflict - strained personal relations or competition between band members. Notso The Jayhawks, who on Tomorrow The Green Grass, sound,quite rarely for a great band, content, but never arrogant. This may explain their relative lack of success, they have some beautiful songs for us, not an attitude or a message that could get in the way.
Blue opens the record wonderfully, an acoustic ballad with a country flavour , understated and elegant electric lead playing from Louris, those Olson-Loris harmonies that stand the hairs on end. Most importantly perhaps, the lyrics are always awesome, never flashy but plain and beautiful - as Tom Waits said about someone else - like a bird sitting on a wire for a second, then flying off. On occassion the guitars are louder and rockier - Miss William's guitar and 10 Little Kids especially, but always a sense of wonder, tinged with meloncholly that is never wearing or tiresome, but perfect - 10 Little Kids feels like finishing work on a balmy Friday evening in July - that good!
The consistently high level of songwriting we are treated to on this record is staggering! I truly believe them all to be classics - from Ann Jane's innocent sorrow to Red's Song's jubilance, The Jayhawks really lay it down. Grand Funk's 'Bad Time' is far and away the worst thing on the record! Perhaps the ballads are their strongest point - Two Hearts and Over My Shoulder are so (sorry to use the word again) achingly beautiful that they deserve to be heard by us all.
If you have never heard this record, then I envy you the pleasure of for the first time hearing a record of pure talent - love of writing songs, love of performing them, love of the songs themselves and the love of life and of love itself that makes being around so great. As it says on the liner notes 'dig in, there's plenty to go 'round...'
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By George Connor on 29 Jun. 2004
Format: Audio CD
It's surprising that the review at the top of the page rates Holywood Twn Hall higher than this, and I would argue that you'd be hard-pressed to find many people who concur. Whilst HTH may have been more guitar-driven and straight-ahead country rock, the dynamics of the material here really marks the zenith of the Jayhawks achievements. The addition of violins and a poppier sensibility really gives the songs a greater completeness, a sense that they could not be improved on.
From Blue onwards, it's difficult to skip a song. You might read the sleeve and think, "I'll just miss a couple and go on to 'Bad Time'" but then the first bars of Two Hearts ease in and you take your hovering finger from the CD player.
The tone, as you'd expect from the Jayhawks, is consistently bright, but there's a pervading sadness to the set. Very much akin to looking back whistfully on a childhood. It's a difficult emotion to pin down but it satisfies wondrously.
High points (and there are many) include the breathtaking "Blue" and "Bad Time", but my personal favourite is the agonisingly restrained "Ann Jane", a song that reinforces the notion that you don't have to say everything in a lyric - combined with the haunting accompaniment, this join the dots becomes a wrenchingly sad look back on a pained life.
Every song is excellent. More directly connectable with Gram Parsons and, in a sideways sort of way, Fairport Convention, the only thing that stops me pinning on a fifth star is that Gram got their first and defined this genre - that said, few have revisited it with such emotional power since.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Jan. 2011
Format: Audio CD
*** This Review Is For The 2011 2CD LEGACY EDITION ***

The Jayhawks "Tomorrow The Green Grass" showed that after two accomplished Indie albums (1986 and 1989) and their stunning 1992 breakthrough effort "Hollywood Town Hall" - here was a truly great Americana band hitting their stride.

This January 2011 2CD Legacy Edition is a massive overhaul of their revered 4th album - and American 88697 72732 2 breaks down as follows...

Disc 1 (68:20 minutes)
Tracks 1 to 13 are the album "Tomorrow The Green Grass" released February 1995 on American Recordings 43006
Track 14 is "Tomorrow The Green Grass", a studio recording, non-album B-side from the 1995 single "Blue"
Tracks 15, 16 and 18 are "You And I (Ba Ba Ba)", "Sweet Hobo Self" and "Sleep While You Can" and are all PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
Track 17 is "Last Cigarette", a studio recording, non-album B-side from the 1995 single "Bad Time" which features Karen Grotberg on Lead Vocals

Disc 2 (72:17 minutes)
Tracks 1 to 18 are called "The Mystery Demos" and are all PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED
1 to 10 are Mark Olson and Gary Louris 'Demos' recorded 6 February 1992 in Minneapolis with Mike "Razz" Russell on Violin
11 to 18 are Mark Olson and Gary Louris 'Acoustic Demos' recorded October 1992 in Los Angeles with the album's producer George Drakoulias overseeing the session

The album produced 3 singles - "Bad Time" (backing vocals by Sharleen Spiteri of Texas), "Blue" and "I'd Run Away" which featuring a plethora of outtakes and previously unreleased tracks across worldwide releases.
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