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MT Space

by Mojo Farmers

The Mojo Farmers "MT Space" CD is a psychedelic jam ride mixing high engergy funk, guitar rock, pop grooves, and spaced out sounds.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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  Song Share Time Download
1. China Flu
7:11 $0.99
2. Pancho's Dream
10:29 $0.99
3. Pile of Rocks
5:42 $0.99
4. Grasshopper
5:15 $0.99
5. Cats in Tuxcedos
8:40 $0.99
6. Still
5:27 $0.99
7. Summertime
10:14 $0.99
8. MT Space
9:30 $0.99
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Album Notes
Mojo Farmers, who hail from Tempe Arizona, have been electrifying audiences with performances at various Phoenix valley clubs, including Hollywood Alley, Sail Inn, and Rio Salado Brewing Co., in addition to performing in other cities in Arizona, Nevada, and California.

In the Summer of 2002 the Mojo Farmers self titled CD was released. This CD contains eleven original songs and is 57 minutes in length. This CD is said to have "mega mojo" in a review of the CD in the Phoenix valley entertainment guide, "Get Out".

In February of 2003 the Mojo Farmers participated in and won Arizona's Battle of the Jams contest which included recording time at Studio Z in Phoenix as the main prize. The outcome of this recording time has been the 2004 release of the Mojo Farmers second CD, titled "MT Space". The Mojo Farmers' "MT Space CD" is 63 minutes in length, containing eight original songs.

Relix magazine, known for it's coverage of the international "jam band" music scene, featured the Mojo Farmers in the December/January 2004 "On the Verge" column. The "On the Verge" column, written by Mick Skidmore, is a recurring column that spotlights up and coming bands from all over the world. Relix magazine calls the Mojo Farmers one of the most promising bands they have heard in many a year and refer to the Mojo Farmers MT Space CD as being "superb" and "first class".

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Relics Magazine- On the Verge- Mick Skidmore

"no one has hit me with so much immediate promise since I first heard Phish"
Even though guitarist Chris Losey of The Mojo Farmers says that Arizona’s not exactly the most fertile territory for jambands, it hasn’t stopped this five-piece from evolving into one of the most promising bands I’ve heard in many a year. In fact, no one has hit me with so much immediate promise since I first heard Phish in 1989. The Mojo Farmers formed just four years ago, but sound like they have played together forever. There’s amazing fluidity and style in their playing and they’ve got great songs as well. “We have all played in many different bands for years,” explains Losey. “As a result we meld influences together. We have almost everyone in the band writing songs. We have influences ranging from Phish to more classic rock like the Stones, Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd.” In fact the band’s sound reflects that perfect mix of jamband adventure with the structure of classic rock, not to mention the odd blues and psychedelic twist. A couple of years ago the Farmers won first place at the Arizona “Battle of the Jams,” and as a prize they received recording time. “We took about a year to make the album and put some of our money into it as well,” says Losey. The end result is the superb, self-released M T Space, a first-class effort from the cover art to the music. The disc features eight originals, including the infectious “China Flu” and the Phish-like “Cats In Tuxedos.” In the ten-minute “Pancho’s Dream” the band shifts effortlessly between time changes and jams up a storm with some meaty organ and fiery guitar work. The group’s instrumental prowess is also on display on the title cut and “Summer Time,” both of which clock in at roughly ten minutes in length. But the marquee track is the lush ballad “Still,” which wouldn’t sound out of place on a Pink Floyd album. The band has played mostly in Arizona but is in the process of branching out. “We are networking with other jambands in other cities,” says Losey. “Currently we all have day jobs, which limits us to mostly weekend dates.” As far as I can see, that’s all that’s holding them back. www.mojofarmers.com