Archive for the 'Wilco' Category

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

I’ve witnessed many a Wilco show over the years, but spare for a few moments, was not particularly impressed by the two-disc, 2005 live document, Kicking Television.  I felt that it found the band in the midst of performance growing pains just prior to finding their footing again. Ashes of American Flags, on the other […]

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

Tweedy covers Neil Young’s lovelorn “The Losing End” at the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival, 2006.  The original appears on Young’s second LP, from 1969, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. Download: MP3: Jeff Tweedy :: The Losing End (When You’re On) ———— + Download DRM free music via eMusic’s 25 free MP3 no risk trial offer […]

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Wilco :: Ashes Of American Flags, Austin TX, January 8, 2005 + Download your digital music via eMusic’s 25 free MP3 no risk trial offer ——————————————————————————————————————————

Sunday, August 31st, 2008

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Tuesday, August 12th, 2008

Letters To Santa Living Room Show, Chicago, Jan 14, 2006: One of three shows Tweedy played that year as part of the auction for the annual Letters to Santa Charity event. The second year the event had occurred, each show had only Tweedy and about 30 guests. The combined three shows brought in $36,000 for […]

Friday, November 2nd, 2007

Be sure to catch Wilco’s 2007 Austin City Limits performance tomorrow on PBS. We were there, and it was full on, as was their gig at Voodoo Festival last weekend in New Orleans. Here is a sample clip of the band performing “Impossible Germany” from the September taping. www.wilcoworld.net ++ www.myspace.com/wilco ++ www.wilcobase.com + Download […]

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

One more Wilco related post this week. The below track is an MP3 dvd rip of Jeff Tweedy’s cover of Bill Fay’s “Be Not So Fearful” — cribbed straight from the 2004 documentary I Am Trying To Break Your Heart. Fay’s lyrics, paired with the point in the documentary’s narrative, could not have been more […]