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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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  • Wilco - "If I Ever Was A Child"

    Duration: 3:56 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - "If I Ever Was A Child"

    "If I Ever Was A Child" by Wilco from the album 'Schmilco,' available now. Order at https://wilco.lnk.to/schmilco

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  • Wilco ≤ (Normal American Kids) + (If I Ever Was A Child)

    Duration: 6:57 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco ≤ Normal American Kids + If I Ever Was A Child

    Wilco at Ancienne Belgique, in the historic heart of Brussels, playing beautiful music (October 27, 2016)

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  • Wilco - "Normal American Kids"

    Duration: 3:48 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - "Normal American Kids"

    "Normal American Kids" by Wilco from the album 'Schmilco,' available now. Order at https://wilco.lnk.to/schmilco

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  • 2161 - If I Ever Was A Child - Wilco vocal & acoustic guitar cover & chords

    Duration: 3:14 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    2161 - If I Ever Was A Child - Wilco vocal & acoustic guitar cover & chords

    Guitar chords and lyrics are HERE: https://tabs.ultimate-guitar.com/tab/wilco/if_i_ever_was_a_child_chords_1866999#c_5376147 Intro: D Verse 1: D Am I've never been alone G Long enough to know D If I ever was a child D Am I was tied up like a boat G On a button like a coat D Set free for a while Chorus: Em Gm I'd jump to jolt my clumsy blood D A While my white, green eyes Verse 2: D Am Cry like a window pane G Can my cold heart change D Even out of spite? Solo: D Am G D Chorus: Em Gm D I saw behind my brain a haunted stain A It never fades Em Gm A I hunt for the kind of pain I can take Verse 3: D Am And I cry like a window pane G Can my cold heart change D Over night? D Am So I won't ever want to touch G Your heart too much D Or hold you too tight Chorus: Em Gm D I saw behind my brain a haunted stain A I'll never fade Em Gm A I hunt for the kind of pain I can take Coda: D Am I never was alone G Long enough to know D If I ever was a child

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  • Wilco - Just A Kid [Lyrics]

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


    Wilco - Just A Kid Lyrics

    Enjoy.

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  • Just A Kid

    Duration: 3:52 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Just A Kid

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Just A Kid · Wilco The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie-Music From The Movie and More ℗ 2004 Nonesuch Records Performed by, Producer: Wilco Contributor: Eban Schletter Contributor: Sessing Music Services Writer: Jeff Tweedy Auto-generated by YouTube.

    Just+A+Kid

  • Wilco If Ever I was a Child August 19, 2016

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


    Wilco If Ever I was a Child August 19, 2016

    Wilco August 19, 2016 Madison Wisconsin performing If Ever I Was A Child

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  • If I Ever Was A Child – Wilco / Acoustic Guitar Cover

    Duration: 4:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    If I Ever Was A Child – Wilco / Acoustic Guitar Cover

    A cover (Schmilcover?) of If I Ever Was A Child from Wilco's new album SCHMILCO. Buy the album here: http://wilco.kungfustore.com/music-and-books/recordsvinyl/schmilco-vinyl-lp-wil800-lp.html

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  • Wilco - "Someone to Lose"

    Duration: 3:21 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - "Someone to Lose"

    "Someone to Lose" by Wilco from the album 'Schmilco,' available now. Order at https://wilco.lnk.to/schmilco

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  • Wilco - "Someone to Lose"

    Duration: 3:21 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - "Someone to Lose"

    "Someone to Lose" by Wilco from the album 'Schmilco,' available now Order at https://wilco.lnk.to/schmilco Official Site: http://wilcoworld.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wilcohq Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wilco Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wilco/

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  • Just a Kid Lyrics

    Duration: 3:53 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Just a Kid Lyrics

    The song "Just a Kid" by Wilco from the Spongebob Squarepants Movie. All credits go to Wilco, Nickelodeon, and United Plankton Studios.

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  • Wilco - "Someone to Lose"

    Duration: 4:48 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - "Someone to Lose"

    "Someone to Lose" by Wilco from the album 'Schmilco,' available now. Order at https://wilco.lnk.to/schmilco Directed by Joseph Baughman: http://josephbaughman.com

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  • Wilco-"(Was I) In Your Dreams" from "Being There"

    Duration: 4:31 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco-" Was I In Your Dreams" 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 - Just a Kid - Solid Sound - MASS MoCA - June 22, 2013

    Duration: 3:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - Just a Kid - Solid Sound - MASS MoCA - June 22, 2013

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  • Wilco - If I ever Was a Child (Live 5.5.2017)

    Duration: 3:05 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - If I ever Was a Child Live 5.5.2017

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  • Wilco: If I Ever Was A Child Cover

    Duration: 3:53 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco: If I Ever Was A Child Cover

    I cover the second track from Wilco's latest release-Schmilco.

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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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  • Wilco - If I Ever Was a Child - Vinyl - TD 160 Super - OM20

    Duration: 3:56 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - If I Ever Was a Child - Vinyl - TD 160 Super - OM20

    Wilco - If I Ever Was a Child from the "Schmilco" LP Thorens TD 160 Super SME 3009 Series 2 Improved Tone Arm Ortofon OM20 Cartridge/Stylus at 1.5 gram tracking Cambridge Audio 651p Phono Stage Loaded at 47k

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  • Wilco (the song)

    Duration: 0:03 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco the song

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group Wilco (the song) · Wilco Wilco (the album) ℗ 2009 Nonesuch Records Writer: Jeff Tweedy Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • WILCO - WILCO (THE SONG)

    Duration: 3:01 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    WILCO - WILCO THE SONG

    WILCO - LIVE 2009

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  • If I Ever Was A Child by Wilco

    Duration: 3:51 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    If I Ever Was A Child by Wilco

    If I Ever Was A Child by Wilco

    If+I+Ever+Was+A+Child+by +Wilco

  • If I Ever Was a Child - Wilco ( prévia)

    Duration: 1:32 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    If I Ever Was a Child - Wilco prévia

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  • Sam Lunn - If I Ever Was a Child (Wilco Cover)

    Duration: 3:58 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Sam Lunn - If I Ever Was a Child Wilco Cover

    ---NEW VERSION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XECQ6v3ixzQ--- Cover of Wilco's "If I Ever Was a Child". Recorded using Logic 9 Enjoy :)

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  • Wilco - If I Ever Was a Child (covered by Nina Huang)

    Duration: 3:03 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - If I Ever Was a Child covered by Nina Huang

    If I Ever Was a Child by Wilco Covered by Nina Huang Lyrics translated also by Nina Huang 我從來沒有獨自一人過 至少沒有久到讓我知道 我是否曾經是個孩子 I've never been alone Long enough to know If I ever was a child 我曾被像條舟那樣綁起來 像在顆大衣鈕釦上 自由放逐了一段時間 I was tied up like a boat On a button like a coat Set free for a while 為了震盪我鈍拙的血液 我曾跳下 同時我那白色、綠色的雙眼 哭得如同窗格那般 我冷酷的心能夠改變嗎 即使是出於恚恨? I'd jumped to jolt my clumsy blood While my white, green eyes Cry like a window pane Can my cold heart change Even out of spite? 我在我的腦後見到 一塊陰魂不散的汙點 它從來不曾消褪 我獵尋著 那種我所能承受的痛苦 I saw behind my brain A haunted stain It never fades I hunt for the kind of pain I can take 然後我哭得像是窗格那樣 我冰冷的心能改變嗎 在一夕之間? 這也是為什麼 我從不會想要 與你的心有太多的碰觸 或者將你擁抱得太緊 And I cry like a window pane Can my cold heart change Over night? So I won't ever want to touch Your heart too much Or hold you too tight 我看見了我腦後 有塊陰魂不散的髒污 我從不曾消逝 我追尋著 我所能承受的痛苦 I saw behind my brain A haunted stain l never fade I hunt for the kind of pain I can take 我從未一個人過 至少沒有久到讓我知道 我是否曾經是個孩子 I never was alone Long enough to know If I ever was a child

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  • Wilco-"Someday Soon" from "Being There"

    Duration: 3:34 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco-"Someday Soon" 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.

    Wilco-"Someday+Soon" +from+"Being+There"

  • Wilco-"Far, Far Away" from "Being There"

    Duration: 3:21 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco-"Far, Far Away" 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.

    Wilco-"Far,+ Far+Away"+fr om+"Being+Th ere"

  • Wilco - If I Ever Was A Child - Popload Festival 2016 Brazil

    Duration: 3:07 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - If I Ever Was A Child - Popload Festival 2016 Brazil

    Wilco Live @ Popload Festival, São Paulo, Brazil, Nov. 8, 2016

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  • Wilco - If I Ever Was A Child -- Live At AB Brussel 27-10-2016

    Duration: 3:36 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco - If I Ever Was A Child -- Live At AB Brussel 27-10-2016

    Wilco - If I Ever Was A Child -- Live At AB Brussel 27-10-2016

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  • Wilco "If I ever was a child" at Tempodrom, Berlin, Nov. 7th '16

    Duration: 1:54 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Wilco "If I ever was a child" at Tempodrom, Berlin, Nov. 7th '16

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