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  • Sam Lunn - If I Ever Was a Child (Wilco/Re-Record)

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    Sam Lunn - If I Ever Was a Child Wilco/Re-Record

    Due to my utter perfectionism, this is the second time I've posted this song. Most parts re-recorded and new parts added. Logic 9 USA Strat Hofner 500/1 AT2020 UMC1820 more///

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  • Wilco - Summerteeth [Full Album]

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    Wilco - Summerteeth Full Album

    Summerteeth is the third studio album by the Chicago alternative rock band Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by twentieth century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed in the studio with Pro Tools. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once. Despite critical acclaim from numerous outlets, including Allmusic, The Chicago Tribune and The Village Voice, Summerteeth sold approximately 200,000 copies — a modest number compared to the sales of their 1996 album Being There. Wilco agreed to remix "Can't Stand It" with David Kahne to cater to radio markets, but the single failed to attract substantial airplay. Track listing: 1. Can't Stand it 0:07 2. She's a Jar 3:54 3. A Shot in the Arm 8:37 4. We're Just Friends 12:56 5. I'm Always in Love 15:41 6. Nothing'severgonnastandinmyway (Again) 19:23 7. Pieholden Suite 22:43 8. How to Fight Loneliness 26:10 9. Via Chicago 30:03 10. ELT 35:26 11. My Darling 39:22 12. When You Wake up Feeling Old 43:00 13. Summer Teeth 46:56 14. In a Future Age 50:17 Hidden Tracks: 15. Candyfloss 53:14 16. Shot in the Arm (Alternate Version) 56:11

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  • Wilco-"The Lonely 1" from "Being There"

    Duration: 5:49 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco-"The Lonely 1" from "Being There"

    Being There is the second album by Wilco. Released on October 29, 1996, the album was an improvement for the band in both sales and critical reception as compared with their first album, A.M.. Taking its name from the 1979 film Being There, the self-produced effort featured more surrealistic and introspective writing than their previous album. This was due in part to several significant changes in Tweedy's life, including the birth of his first child. Musically, it juxtaposed the alternative country styles songs reminiscent of Uncle Tupelo with psychedelic, surreal songs. Wilco was formed in 1994 after creative differences between Tweedy and Jay Farrar caused the breakup of Uncle Tupelo. The band entered the recording studio almost immediately afterwards to record and release A.M. in 1995, which saw disappointing sales. Jay Farrar's new band Son Volt released Trace in late 1995 to critical praise and good sales numbers. Tweedy felt that Wilco was incomplete without a second guitarist due to the departure of Brian Henneman after the A.M. recording sessions. Tweedy contacted Jay Bennett, a multi-instrumentalist who had been looking for a new band to join since his power pop band Titanic Love Affair had been dismissed from its record label. Tweedy was intrigued by the fact that Bennett could play keyboards, an instrument no other Wilco member was able to play. The first conceptions of material for the album came during a particularly stressful time in Tweedy's life. Tweedy had recently quit smoking marijuana, attendance at Wilco concerts was dwindling, and Tweedy was trying to manage his marriage, a mortgage, and the birth of his first child. For Being There, Tweedy wanted to blend the experiences he had making music with the ones he had listening to music. One of the first songs that Tweedy wrote was "Misunderstood", a song about a tortured musical artist from the point of view of a fan. The song contains several overt references to the breakup of Uncle Tupelo, including the addition of insults that Farrar used against Tweedy—specifically one calling him a "mama's boy". The song concludes with the artist lashing out against the listener with satirical self-pity, a rebellion against the way that fans saw Uncle Tupelo as only an archetype of Gram Parsons inspired country rock. To induce a feeling of chaos on the track, the members of Wilco recorded a track where the members switched to novel instruments and placed sections of it into the song. The theme of a "tortured artist" is found in other songs as well; the end of "Sunken Treasure" features Tweedy calling for the renewal of his youth as a punk rocker. A dichotomy of musical styling was featured in the album's songs. "Hotel Arizona", "Sunken Treasure", and "Misunderstood" featured personal language and more surrealism compared to alternative country songs such as "The Lonely 1" and "Far, Far Away". Wilco sought to incorporate influences from other bands, but not to an overbearing degree; however, they were unable to accomplish this with songs like the Rolling Stones-influenced "Monday". Unlike radio-friendly A.M., the band had no preference about whether Being There could yield radio hits. When the recording sessions were done, Wilco had originally recorded thirty songs, but were able to cut it down to nineteen songs covering a span of seventy-seven minutes. Tweedy decided that he wanted to release all of the material as a double CD, but was concerned that consumers would be reluctant to purchase it. To compensate for the financial loss that the label would take, Tweedy agreed to cut most of his royalties for the album. By 2003, it was estimated that he lost nearly $600,000 because of this, but Tweedy remained satisfied by the deal.

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  • Wilco-"Misunderstood" from "Being There"

    Duration: 6:29 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco-"Misunderstood" from "Being There"

    Being There is the second album by Wilco. Released on October 29, 1996, the album was an improvement for the band in both sales and critical reception as compared with their first album, A.M.. Taking its name from the 1979 film Being There, the self-produced effort featured more surrealistic and introspective writing than their previous album. This was due in part to several significant changes in Tweedy's life, including the birth of his first child. Musically, it juxtaposed the alternative country styles songs reminiscent of Uncle Tupelo with psychedelic, surreal songs. Wilco was formed in 1994 after creative differences between Tweedy and Jay Farrar caused the breakup of Uncle Tupelo. The band entered the recording studio almost immediately afterwards to record and release A.M. in 1995, which saw disappointing sales. Jay Farrar's new band Son Volt released Trace in late 1995 to critical praise and good sales numbers. Tweedy felt that Wilco was incomplete without a second guitarist due to the departure of Brian Henneman after the A.M. recording sessions. Tweedy contacted Jay Bennett, a multi-instrumentalist who had been looking for a new band to join since his power pop band Titanic Love Affair had been dismissed from its record label. Tweedy was intrigued by the fact that Bennett could play keyboards, an instrument no other Wilco member was able to play. The first conceptions of material for the album came during a particularly stressful time in Tweedy's life. Tweedy had recently quit smoking marijuana, attendance at Wilco concerts was dwindling, and Tweedy was trying to manage his marriage, a mortgage, and the birth of his first child. For Being There, Tweedy wanted to blend the experiences he had making music with the ones he had listening to music. One of the first songs that Tweedy wrote was "Misunderstood", a song about a tortured musical artist from the point of view of a fan. The song contains several overt references to the breakup of Uncle Tupelo, including the addition of insults that Farrar used against Tweedy—specifically one calling him a "mama's boy". The song concludes with the artist lashing out against the listener with satirical self-pity, a rebellion against the way that fans saw Uncle Tupelo as only an archetype of Gram Parsons inspired country rock. To induce a feeling of chaos on the track, the members of Wilco recorded a track where the members switched to novel instruments and placed sections of it into the song. The theme of a "tortured artist" is found in other songs as well; the end of "Sunken Treasure" features Tweedy calling for the renewal of his youth as a punk rocker. A dichotomy of musical styling was featured in the album's songs. "Hotel Arizona", "Sunken Treasure", and "Misunderstood" featured personal language and more surrealism compared to alternative country songs such as "The Lonely 1" and "Far, Far Away". Wilco sought to incorporate influences from other bands, but not to an overbearing degree; however, they were unable to accomplish this with songs like the Rolling Stones-influenced "Monday". Unlike radio-friendly A.M., the band had no preference about whether Being There could yield radio hits. When the recording sessions were done, Wilco had originally recorded thirty songs, but were able to cut it down to nineteen songs covering a span of seventy-seven minutes. Tweedy decided that he wanted to release all of the material as a double CD, but was concerned that consumers would be reluctant to purchase it. To compensate for the financial loss that the label would take, Tweedy agreed to cut most of his royalties for the album. By 2003, it was estimated that he lost nearly $600,000 because of this, but Tweedy remained satisfied by the deal.

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  • Chairman Meow Behind the Scenes

    Duration: 3:11 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Chairman Meow Behind the Scenes

    "Chairman Meow" from the New Album "Wassaic Way" produced by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy & Patrick Sansone, Recorded and filmed at "The Loft" in Chicago IL!

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  • Dawned On Me [Wilco Cover] - Songs Not By Your Parents Vol. 2 - Track 08

    Duration: 3:49 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Dawned On Me Wilco Cover - Songs Not By Your Parents Vol. 2 - Track 08

    Amanda and I made a record of cover songs à la the http://www.songsnotbyme.com project for our baby back in 2013 and decided to give it another go...so here's another record for our new baby and for you to play for your baby or babies; however young, old, literal or metaphorical they may be. You can download the entire record at https://archive.org/details/SongsNotByYourParents2 Songs Not By Your Parents Vol. II Amanda & Mike Vasas with special guest performances by August Vasas 1. It Only Takes A Moment - Jerry Herman 2. Hello, Hello - Sopwith Camel 3. Who's My Pretty Baby? - Woody Guthrie 4. Side By Side - Harry M. Woods 5. Stuck In The Middle With You - Stealers Wheel 6. Zing! You're Adorable - James F. Hanley, Buddy Kaye and Fred Wise 7. Optimism Blues - Allen Toussaint 8. Dawned On Me - Wilco 9. Blow Away - George Harrison 10. Devoted To You - The Everly Brothers 11. Magic For Everybody - Sam Phillips 12. Betray My Heart / As - D'Angelo and Stevie Wonder 13. Heaven Must Have Sent You - The Elgins 14. O Father, All Creating - Samuel S. Wesley and John Ellerton 15. It Only Takes A Moment (Reprise) - Jerry Herman We hope you enjoy the record. Download the entire album in ZIP format at https://archive.org/details/SongsNotByYourParents2 http://www.mikevasas.com

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  • Mavis Staples + Jeff Tweedy - "Wrote A Song For Everyone" Acoustic

    Duration: 4:44 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Mavis Staples + Jeff Tweedy - "Wrote A Song For Everyone" Acoustic

    Distributed by WMG Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy perform a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Wrote A Song For Eveyone" from Mavis' upcoming album 'You Are Not Alone,' in stores September Anti Records Official Website: http://www.anti.com/home/ Anti Records Online Store: http://www.kingsroadmerch.com/anti-records/region/ Anti Records Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/antirecords Anti Records Twitter: https://twitter.com/AntiRecords Anti Records Blog: http://www.antilabelblog.com/ Anti Records Tumblr: http://antirecords.tumblr.com/

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  • I Am Trying To Break Your Heart - Jay Bennett's alternate version

    Duration: 7:46 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    I Am Trying To Break Your Heart - Jay Bennett's alternate version

    This is the "engineer demo" of the Wilco song, "I Am Trying To Break Your Heart", thought to be recorded by then-member of Wilco, Jay Bennett. The song was later re-mixed by producer Jim O'Rourke, whose final version appeared on their album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. In my opinion, the "YHF Engineer Demos" album is a better album than the legitimate release of "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot". RIP Jay Bennett - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jay_Bennett SINCE THIS "ENGINEER'S DEMO" ALBUM WAS NEVER RELEASED, IT IS SAFE TO SAY THAT THIS IS A RECORDING OF INDEPENDENT ORIGIN (ROIO), AND AS SUCH IS NOT SUBJECT TO THE SAME COPYRIGHT LIMITATIONS AS LICENSED RECORDINGS OWNED BY RECORD AND PUBLISHING COMPANIES. SUBSEQUENTLY, THIS RECORDING CAN NOT BE REMOVED FROM YOUTUBE BASED ON A BULLSHIT CLAIM OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT. IF YOU WORK FOR A RECORD LABEL OR A PUBLISHING COMPANY AND YOUR JOB IS TO FILE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT NOTICES WITH YOUTUBE ALL DAY LONG, GO TO BED TONIGHT KNOWING THAT YOU ARE HURTING BANDS AND KILLING THE MUSIC INDUSTRY. ANY RECORD COMPANY THUGS OR YOUTUBE / GOOGLE FASCISTS WHO TRY TO CLAIM COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND DELETE THE AUDIO FROM THIS VIDEO CAN GO STRAIGHT TO HELL. FURTHERMORE, DIME-A-DOZEN'S WIKI PAGE CLEARLY LISTS *AUDIENCE VIDEO* AS THE ONLY TYPE OF WILCO RECORDINGS NOT ALLOWED ON DIME'S NETWORK, OTHER THAN LICENSED STUDIO RECORDINGS WHICH ARE ALREADY PROHIBITED (SEE http://wiki.dimeadozen.org/index.php/DimeTOS:Not_Allowed_Artists_and_Bands). SUPPORT TAPER-FRIENDLY BANDS! SHARE THESE ROIO's FREELY! SEE TAPER-FRIENDLY BANDS IN CONCERT! BE SURE TO BUY RECORDS, SHIRTS AND OTHER DRY-GOODS FROM TAPER-FRIENDLY BANDS!

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  • Recording an Album | Finding and Working with a Recording Engineer Part 2

    Duration: 2:26 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Recording an Album Finding and Working with a Recording Engineer Part 2

    This video continues our conversation with Mitch Easter about finding a recording engineer and studio. Producer Mitch Easter (REM, Pavement, Suzanne Vega, Wilco), who owns and operates the Fidelitorium studio in Kernersville, North Carolina, talks about what bands should look for in an engineer and recording studio. Check out the other videos in this series, where Mitch talks about the differences between mixing and mastering, and gives some tips to artists trying to make their first album. © 2014 ReverbNation.

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  • Wilco perform "Handshake Drugs" Live at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in DC 2/7/16

    Duration: 5:07 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco perform "Handshake Drugs" Live at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in DC 2/7/16

    I DO NOT OWN RIGHTS TO THIS SONG. (Unless otherwise noted I, Theresa C. Sanchez, wrote and compiled the following content. Any reuse should be quoted & attributed appropriately). Recorded with an iPhone 6 from the Row N, Section T of Constitution Hall - the absolute last row, stage right. “Handshake Drugs” was the 11th song of the night’s 28 total performed tunes. Washington, DC was the 8th stop on Wilco's brief 2016 tour promoting their surprise 2015 album “Star Wars,” which was played in its entirety. It was also the first time the band performed in the city since 2008. It was Super Bowl Sunday so the band’s lead singer Jeff Tweedy thanked the audience for joining them on a “national holiday.” He went on further to say, “Tonight, we’re all Jews in a Chinese restaurant on Christmas!” It's the 6th track off Wilco’s fifth studio album “A Ghost Is Born,” released June 2004. The record earned the Chicago-based band two Grammy Awards in 2005: one for “Best Alternative Album” and another for “Best Recording Package.” Many critics have likened Tweedy to Neil Young. Here is Washington Post’s take on the fantastic night of music: https://www.washingtonpost.com/express/wp/2016/02/08/5-observations-from-wilcos-super-bowl-sunday-star-wars-tour-show-at-dar-constitution-hall-in-d-c/ Entire Setlist: 1. More… 2. Random Name Generator 3. The Joke Explained 4. You Satellite 5. Taste the Ceiling 6. Pickled Ginger 7. Where Do I Begin 8. Cold Slope 9. King of You 10. Magnetized 11. Handshake Drugs 12. Camera 13. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart 14. Art of Almost 15. Sunken Treasure 16. Hummingbird 17. Box Full of Letters 18. Heavy Metal Drummer 19. I’m the Man Who Loves You 20. Dawned on Me 21. Impossible Germany 22. The Late Greats Fist Encore: 23. Spiders (Kidsmoke) Second Encore (Acoustic Set): 24. Misunderstood 25. War on War 26. It’s Just That Simple 27. A Shot in the Arm 28. Space Oddity (David Bowie Cover)

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  • WILCO - "Born Alone"

    Duration: 4:55 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    WILCO - "Born Alone"

    "Born Alone" from Wilco's upcoming album "The Whole Love," out September 27, 2011 on dBpm Records. Directed by Mark Greenberg. Get the new record at http://wilco.kungfustore.com

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  • Recording an Album | Mixing Vs. Mastering

    Duration: 4:06 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Recording an Album Mixing Vs. Mastering

    Producer Mitch Easter (REM, Pavement, Suzanne Vega, Wilco) describes the differences between mixing and mastering a record. He also discusses how the mastering process came about, whether it's necessary to have your music mastered, and others tips for making the most out of your studio session. Check out the other videos in this series, where Mitch talks about finding a studio/engineer and gives some tips to artists trying to make their first album. © 2014 ReverbNation.

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  • Wilco perform "Spiders (Kidsmoke)" Live Encore at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in DC 2/7/16

    Duration: 10:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco perform "Spiders Kidsmoke " Live Encore at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in DC 2/7/16

    I DO NOT OWN RIGHTS TO THIS SONG. (Unless otherwise noted I, Theresa C. Sanchez, wrote and compiled the following content. Any reuse should be quoted & attributed appropriately). Recorded with an iPhone 6 from the Row N, Section T of Constitution Hall - the absolute last row stage right. “Spiders (Kidsmoke)” was the night’s first encore. Washington, DC, was the 8th stop on Wilco's brief 2016 tour promoting their surprise 2015 album “Star Wars,” which was played in its entirety. It was also the first time the band performed in the city since 2008. It was Super Bowl Sunday so the band’s lead singer Jeff Tweedy thanked the audience for joining them on a “national holiday.” He went on further to say, “Tonight, we’re all Jews in a Chinese restaurant on Christmas!” It’s the 3rd track off Wilco’s fifth studio album “A Ghost Is Born,” released June 2004. The record earned the Chicago-based band two Grammy Awards in 2005: one for “Best Alternative Album” and another for “Best Recording Package.” Wrier Mike Orme included “Spiders (Kidsmoke)” as one of the “Top Ten Contemporary Songs That Artfully Recall Classics” in his September 14, 2007 online article for Stylus Magazine. He ranked the song 9th on the list and paired it with “Hallogallo” by Neu! The thoughtful write-up reads as follows: “Some speculated that Wilco’s distinct motorik beat found on A Ghost is Born came from the influence of avant-garde guitarist Nels Cline, who joined during that period, but Jeff Tweedy has long voiced his love for Neu! Wilco had displayed increasing interest in experimentation, psychedelia and electronic manipulation on Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and even back on Summerteeth. It all finally comes to a head with the eleven-minute “Spiders”: something like the centerpiece of the record, it’s driven by the same Klaus Dinger beat found on Neu!’s flagship track “Hallogallo.” It might seem simple, what with only two riffs (one quiet, one loud), some guitar noodling, and Jeff scatting over the quiet bits every now and then. It’s Wilco’s attention to transition, both large (quiet riff to loud) and small (Tweedy’s scats to the guitar noodles) that really makes “Spiders” work. You can’t just repeat riffs like these and get eleven engaging minutes. Neu! took synth loops, guitar feedback and repetitive beats and made them a narrative; in Wilco’s case, it became an integral part of their larger story.” Washington Post’s Rudi Greenberg had this take on the fantastic night of music: https://www.washingtonpost.com/express/wp/2016/02/08/5-observations-from-wilcos-super-bowl-sunday-star-wars-tour-show-at-dar-constitution-hall-in-d-c/ Entire Setlist: 1. More… 2. Random Name Generator 3. The Joke Explained 4. You Satellite 5. Taste the Ceiling 6. Pickled Ginger 7. Where Do I Begin 8. Cold Slope 9. King of You 10. Magnetized 11. Handshake Drugs 12. Camera 13. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart 14. Art of Almost 15. Sunken Treasure 16. Hummingbird 17. Box Full of Letters 18. Heavy Metal Drummer 19. I’m the Man Who Loves You 20. Dawned on Me 21. Impossible Germany 22. The Late Greats Fist Encore: 23. Spiders (Kidsmoke) Second Encore (Acoustic Set): 24. Misunderstood 25. War on War 26. It’s Just That Simple 27. A Shot in the Arm 28. Space Oddity (David Bowie Cover)

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  • You And I

    Duration: 3:25 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    You And I

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group You And I · Wilco The Complete Studio Albums ℗ 2009 Nonesuch Records Writer: Jeff Tweedy Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Wilco performing "If I Ever Was a Child" Live on KCRW

    Duration: 3:59 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco performing "If I Ever Was a Child" Live on KCRW

    Watch / Listen to the full session here: http://www.kcrw.com/music/shows/morning-becomes-eclectic/wilco-2016-10-06 In the midst of three sold out shows in LA, Wilco set aside an afternoon to record a special live session for KCRW at The Theatre at Ace Hotel. http://www.kcrw.com Music | Culture | News | NPR

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  • Impossible Germany by Wilco + Lyrics

    Duration: 6:01 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Impossible Germany by Wilco + Lyrics

    This is my fav. song by Wilco and what I believe to be the best song of the past decade. The song musically is simply beautiful, and lyrically is just as great. Enjoy Lyrics Impossible Germany Unlikely Japan Wherever you go Wherever you land I'll say what this means to me I'll do what I can Impossible Germany Unlikely Japan Fundamental problem All need to face This is important But I know you're not listening No I know you're not listening This was still new to me I wouldn't understand Impossible Germany Unlikely Japan This is what love is for To be out of place Gorgeous and alone Face to face With no larger problems That need to be erased Nothing more important Than to know someone's listening Now I know you'll be listening

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  • Wilco - Thank You For Nothing At All

    Duration: 6:59 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - Thank You For Nothing At All

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  • Behind The Scenes At The Tiny Desk in 360˚: Wilco

    Duration: 8:40 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Behind The Scenes At The Tiny Desk in 360˚: Wilco

    Note: If you're on mobile, we strongly recommend opening this video in the YouTube app. February 25, 2016 by Bob Boilen Since we started making Tiny Desk Concerts almost eight years ago, we've had more than 500 artists play the Tiny Desk, our own little makeshift concert venue right in the middle of NPR's offices in DC. From huge stars like Adele to T-Pain to up-and-comers like Car Seat Headrest and actual big bands like Mucca Pazza, all these musicians actually play behind MY desk — but I move out of the way when they set up. This is one of the things that always surprises people when they visit NPR — that the Tiny Desk isn't a set. So we decided to give everyone a peek behind the scenes on a Monday afternoon earlier this month, when Wilco just happened to be stopping by. We invited a company called RYOT to bring two 360-degree cameras to our offices and put them right in the front row of the audience. Then we filmed the whole thing, starting before Wilco even set up, before the staff flocked from all over the building to see the band play. Not only can you see the band up close, but if you look around, you'll see everything else that goes into making a Tiny Desk concert. You'll see our brilliant and calm engineer, Josh Rogosin. You'll see our lead videographer and producer of Tiny Desk Concerts, Niki Walker, along with her intern, Kara Frame. Then, of course, there's the crowd — what a lucky bunch. Many of them work here, many are lucky friends of people who work here. You'd probably recognize some of the voices in this radio crowd. If you've never watched a 360-degree video before, we can help. There's lots to look around and spot – in fact, if you look really carefully, you might be able to find seven of Wilco's album covers around the desk and references to each one that we hid in the crowd. And of course, enjoy the song itself, one of Wilco's unforgettable tunes, "Misunderstood" from the 1996 album Being There. On the left you'll see Mikael Jorgensen playing the melodica, Nels Cline on that resonator guitar, Jeff Tweedy singing and strumming, John Stirratt playing guitar and singing strongly alongside Jeff, Pat Sansone on banjo and glockenspiel, while in the back holding it all together and sometimes tearing it apart is drummer Glenn Kotche. And when you're all done here, you can watch Wilco play all four of the songs they performed at this Tiny Desk concert. For those of us here at NPR, you can guess how boring the day seemed after this. You can watch the full (non-360) Wilco Tiny Desk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMQQq...

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  • wilco gains records 'the monster'

    Duration: 3:37 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    wilco gains records 'the monster'

    6 year old rock god wilco gains is seen here recording his latest single 'the monster' at his home in titirangi, auckland in new zealand... lurking around in the backround his his one year old sister bebe ray gains... download wilco gains tracks for free at www.iamevilrecords.com or go to www.myspace.com/wilcogains and be a friend!!!

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  • 'You Are Not Alone' by Mavis Staples with Jeff Tweedy

    Duration: 4:58 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    'You Are Not Alone' by Mavis Staples with Jeff Tweedy

    album By: Mavis Staples The soul music legend and the Wilco frontman record a new album together ... "Oh my God, that was the shock of my life," Staples said of winning the first Grammy to her name. "My goodness. It's been a long time, a long time coming," she continued before finally breaking down in tears. "Oh my goodness," Staples continued. "OK, OK, OK, all right. Give the honor to God and to my father, Pops Staples. It's because of you, Pops, that I stand here today. I tell you, you laid the foundation, and I am still working on the building ... This Grammy took a long time coming. A long time. But it was worth the wait, worth the wait. But I'm going to be around a while. You will not see the last of me. God is not through with me."

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  • WILCO - MONDAY

    Duration: 4:55 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    WILCO - MONDAY

    Choo-choo Charlie had a plenty good band But he couldn't understand why no one would go The World Record Players on a tour of Japan Charlie's fixing his van with the left arm tan He said Monday, I'm all high Get me out of FLA In school, yeah I fooled ya Now I know I made a mistake Blister on a turnpike, let me by I only want to wonder why when I don't die Oooh, I shot ya, yeah, I know I only want to go where my wheels roll Monday, I'm all high Get me out of FLA I fooled ya In school, yeah Now I know I made a mistake Everybody's wondering, "Where'd he go?" He must be down in Pensacola Hiding from the snow The World Record Players on a tour of Japan Charlie's fixing his van He's waiting for a postcard And he said Monday, I'm all high Get me out of TLA I cut class In school, yeah Now I know I made a mistake I made a big mistake Alright!

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  • Billy Bragg & Wilco-"California Stars" from "Mermaid Avenue"

    Duration: 5:59 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Billy Bragg & Wilco-"California Stars" from "Mermaid Avenue"

    Mermaid Avenue is a 1998 album of previously unheard lyrics written by Woody Guthrie, put to music written and performed by Billy Bragg and Wilco. The project was organized by Guthrie's daughter, Nora Guthrie. Mermaid Avenue was released on June 23, 1998. The project is named after a song "Mermaid's Avenue" written by Guthrie. This was also the street in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York on which Guthrie lived. According to American Songwriter Magazine, "The Mermaid Avenue project is essential for showing that Woody Guthrie could illuminate what was going on inside of him as well as he could detail the plight of his fellow man." During the spring of 1992, Woody Guthrie's daughter Nora contacted Billy Bragg about writing music for a selection of completed Guthrie lyrics after Bragg played a Guthrie tribute concert in New York City's Central Park. Her father had left behind over a thousand sets of complete lyrics written between 1939 and 1967; none of these lyrics had any music other than a vague stylistic notation. Nora Guthrie's liner notes in Mermaid Avenue indicate that it was her intention that the songs be given to a new generation of musicians who would be able to make the songs relevant to a younger generation. Nora Guthrie contacted Bragg, who in turn approached Wilco and asked them to participate in the project as well. Wilco agreed, and in addition to recording with Bragg in Ireland, they were given their own share of songs to finish. Rather than recreating tunes in Guthrie's style, Bragg and Wilco created new, contemporary music for the lyrics. What seemed like a risky enterprise surprised everyone; released in 1998 as Mermaid Avenue, the results were met with universal acclaim. The album received a Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary Folk Album, and went on to place fourth on the Pazz & Jop Critics Poll for 1998. In 2008, Jonatha Brooke released The Works, a project that similarly drew on the trove of unpublished Guthrie material. According to Bob Dylan's autobiography, Chronicles, Woody Guthrie offered his unpublished songs to Dylan but was unable to enter the house to obtain them as Arlo Guthrie would not let him in. Man in the Sand, a documentary about the collaboration between Billy Bragg and Wilco, was released in 1999.

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  • Wilco - Unlikely Japan - Rare B-side Nonesuch Vinyl - VPI Scout - Ortofon 2M Red Cartridge

    Duration: 6:58 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - Unlikely Japan - Rare B-side Nonesuch Vinyl - VPI Scout - Ortofon 2M Red Cartridge

    This is the B-side of the You Never Know single 45 RPM vinyl from Nonesuch Records. It's actually pretty cool, if you're a Radiohead fan that loves Kid A. Enjoy! Video recorded without the record clamp on--audio recorded with the clamp on, with Audacity. Video shot with HTC Thunderbolt and edited with Windows Live Movie Maker. My Copyright Disclaimer: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

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  • Wilco perform "Hummingbird" Live at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in DC 2/7/16

    Duration: 3:59 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco perform "Hummingbird" Live at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in DC 2/7/16

    I DO NOT OWN RIGHTS TO THIS SONG. (Unless otherwise noted I, Theresa C. Sanchez, wrote and compiled the following content. Any reuse should be quoted & attributed appropriately). Recorded with an iPhone 6 from the Row N, Section T of Constitution Hall - the absolute last row stage right. “Hummingbird” was the 16th song of the night’s 28 total performed tunes. Washington, DC was the 8th stop on Wilco's brief 2016 tour promoting their surprise 2015 album “Star Wars,” which was played in its entirety. It was also the first time the band performed in the city since 2008. It was Super Bowl Sunday so the band’s lead singer Jeff Tweedy thanked the audience for joining them on a “national holiday.” He went on further to say, “Tonight, we’re all Jews in a Chinese restaurant on Christmas!” It's the 5th track off Wilco’s fifth studio album “A Ghost Is Born,” released June 2004. The record earned the Chicago-based band two Grammy Awards in 2005: one for “Best Alternative Album” and another for “Best Recording Package.” Pitchfork’s Rob Mitchum wrote: “Only ‘Hummingbird’ manages to cut through Side A's gloom, revisiting the Beatles-pop of Summerteeth, albeit without that album's hyperactive keyboards,” in his June 21, 2004 album review. At about the 1:50 mark Tweedy gestures to the audience and they sing along with the chorus: “Remember to remember me / Standing still in your past / Floating fast like a hummingbird” It’s one of my favorite Wilco songs. Many critics have likened Tweedy to Neil Young. Here is Washington Post’s take on the fantastic night of music: https://www.washingtonpost.com/expres... Entire Setlist: 1. More… 2. Random Name Generator 3. The Joke Explained 4. You Satellite 5. Taste the Ceiling 6. Pickled Ginger 7. Where Do I Begin 8. Cold Slope 9. King of You 10. Magnetized 11. Handshake Drugs 12. Camera 13. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart 14. Art of Almost 15. Sunken Treasure 16. Hummingbird 17. Box Full of Letters 18. Heavy Metal Drummer 19. I’m the Man Who Loves You 20. Dawned on Me 21. Impossible Germany 22. The Late Greats Fist Encore: 23. Spiders (Kidsmoke) Second Encore (Acoustic Set): 24. Misunderstood 25. War on War 26. It’s Just That Simple 27. A Shot in the Arm 28. Space Oddity (David Bowie Cover)

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  • Recording an Album | Making a Record

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    Recording an Album Making a Record

    Recording an album is a difficult process for bands of any level. Producer Mitch Easter (REM, Pavement, Suzanne Vega, Wilco) goes over some essential steps to consider when making a record, things to take advantage of in a recording session, and common mistakes that artists make while in the studio. Check out the other videos in this series, where Mitch talks about the differences between mixing and mastering, and gives some advice about finding and working with recording engineers. © 2014 ReverbNation.

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  • Outtasite (Outta Mind) by Wilco

    Duration: 3:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Outtasite Outta Mind by Wilco

    Nice Tune!

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  • Recording footage

    Duration: 1:24 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Recording footage

    Clips from us recording our upcoming debut album "Sam Zeanah Band". http://www.myspace.com/samzeanah http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=12431101398

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  • UNCLE TUPELO - Screen Door

    Duration: 3:43 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    UNCLE TUPELO - Screen Door

    No Depression is the first studio album by alternative country band Uncle Tupelo, released in June 1990. After its formation in the late 1980s, Uncle Tupelo recorded the Not Forever, Just for Now demo tape, which received a positive review by the College Media Journal in 1989.[9] The review led to the band's signing with what would become Rockville Records later that year. The album was recorded with producers Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie at Fort Apache Studios, on a budget of US$3,500. No Depression was critically acclaimed and sold well for an independent release. Selling over 15,000 copies within a year of its release, the album's success led to the release of the No Depression periodical. The record is considered one of the most important alternative country albums, and its title is often used as a synonym for the alternative country genre after being popularized by No Depression magazine. Six months before signing a full contract with Giant/Rockville, Uncle Tupelo recorded the tracks for No Depression over ten days in January 1990 at Fort Apache South, a musician-run studio in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts. As the trio could not afford the cost of recording at a twenty-four track studio in nearby Cambridge, they settled on the cheaper Fort Apache studio. The album cost US$3,500 to produce, $1,000 of which went to in-house producers Sean Slade and Paul Q. Kolderie. The band was interested in working with Slade and Kolderie after hearing their production of Dinosaur Jr.'s album Bug. The producers allowed Farrar to use the same 1961 Gibson Les Paul guitar that J. Mascis used on Bug, which gave the power chords on No Depression a richer tone. Slade and Kolderie suggested that the band deemphasize the roots rock influences heard on Not Forever, Just for Now and convinced them to replace the harmonica parts with pedal steel guitar. For this, Slade and Kolderie recruited guitarist Rich Gilbert of Human Sexual Response for the recording. The tracks were recorded using little overdubbing; only a few banjo and acoustic guitar parts were later added to the songs. At the suggestion of Slade and Kolderie, No Depression was recorded on eight-track, so "the music would compress and "jump" off the tape during playback". The recording sessions occurred before Uncle Tupelo officially became affiliated with Giant Records, so there was little input from the label. Lyrically the songs reflected the band members' experiences growing up in Belleville. Farrar and Tweedy romanticized tales about unemployment, alcoholism, and the feeling of living in a small town in an effort to emulate the profundity of songwriters such as Woody Guthrie. Musically, No Depression was influenced by the start-stop musical pattern of the Minutemen.The cover of the album features a blurry photo of the band, taken by J. Hamilton, reminiscent of the albums released on Folkways Records. SCREEN DOOR Down here, where's we're at The weather changes, that's the way it goes Sometimes it snows, when everything's wrong Sometimes it snows, but when it does, it doesn't last long Down here, where we're at All we do is sit out on the porch And play our songs, and nothing's wrong Sometime friends come around, they all sing along Down here, where we're at Everyone is equally poor Down here, we don't care We don't care what happens outside the screen door Down here, where we're at Sweat drips from the tip of your nose You wear loose clothes, and you try to stay cool We all still have a lot of fun, never saw much school Down here, where we're at Everyone is equally poor Down here, we don't care We don't care what happens outside the screen door

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