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Summerteeth [LP]

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  • Wilco made its Nonesuch Records debut with the release of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot fifteen years ago today, on April 23, 2002. On the album, Wilco delivers a thrillingly experimental work that scored a perfect 10 on Pitchfork, which hailed the album "simply a masterpiece." The New York Times said that "songs about love, America, apocalypse, and self-invention unfold in richly enigmatic arrangements" on the album. Rolling Stone named Yankee Hotel Foxtrot the No. 3 Album of the 2000s.

  • Wilco has released a full-length documentary film entitled Every Other Summer, about the band's music and arts festival, Solid Sound. Directed by Christoph Green and Brendan Canty of Trixie Films and shot in 2013, it documents the three-day event, which takes place at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA. The film features appearances and performances from a number of festival artists including Sam Amidon, who returns to Solid Sound next weekend with Bill Frisell. The two give a free set in Brooklyn's Prospect Park tonight for Celebrate Brooklyn!. 

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    Daring in its own right, Wilco’s third and final album for Warner Bros. foreshadows the even more experimental work to come on the band’s Nonesuch debut, Yankee Foxtrot Hotel. As Rolling Stone put it, “Wilco use the studio like an instrument, unreeling mini-movies of the imagination, blending and then bending the sound of guitars, drums and a thrift-shop array of vintage keyboards.”

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    Jeff Tweedy, vocals (all), electric guitar (1.01, 3.01, 4.03), backing vocals (1.01, 1.02, 3.02, 3.03), acoustic guitar (1.02, 1.03, 2.02-4, 3.01, 3.03, 3.04, 4.01, 4.02), harmonica (1.02), 12-string guitars (1.03), synthesizers (1.03, 3.01), baritone guitar (2.01), claps (2.02), bass (2.03), tambourine (2.03), toy harp (3.04), bowed and tremolo guitars (4.02)
    Jay Bennett, piano (all but 1.02, 3.04), keyboards (1.01-3, 2.01-4, 3.02-4, 4.01), bells (1.01, 4.01), percussion (1.01), backing vocals (all but 1.03, 3.01, 4.03), electric guitar (1.02, 3.02, 3.03, 4.01, 4.03), tambourine (1.02, 2.02, 2.03, 3.01-3), lap steel (1.03, 4.01), synthesizers (1.03, 2.03, 3.02), drums (1.03, 2.01), Farfisa (1.04), bass drum (1.04), bass (2.01), acoustic guitar (2.02, 3.03), baritone guitar (2.02, 3.03, 4.03), e-bow (2.02, 3.03), claps (2.02), banjo (2.03, 3.01), organ (3.01, 4.02, 4.03), Moog (3.01), slide bass (3.03), claps (3.03), tiple (3.04), chamberlin (4.03), vocals (4.03)
    John Stirratt, bass (all but 1.04, 2.01), backing vocals (1.04, 2.01-4, 3.03, 3.04, 4.01), piano (2.01), vocals (4.03)
    Ken Coomer, drums (all but 1.04)
    Dave Crawford, trumpet (2.03)
    Mark Greenberg, vibes (3.03)
    Leroy Bach, piano (3.04)

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Recorded from August 1997 through November 1998 at:
    Pedernales Recording Studio in Spicewood, Texas; Engineered by Larry Greenhill; Assisted by Steve Chadie
    King Size Sound Laboratories in Chicago; Engineered by Mike Hagler and Dave Trumfio
    The White House in Nashville; Engineered by Russ Long with Chris Grainger
    The Fidelitorium in Kernersville, North Carolina; Engineered by Mitch Easter
    Dead Aunt Thelma’s in Portland, Oregon
    Additional recording at Ocean Way Recording and Scream Studio, Los Angeles
    Mixed by Jim Scott at Ocean Way
    Assisted by Mike Scotella
    Except “Can’t stand it”
    Mixed by David Kahne at Scream
    Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway, Portland, Maine
    Technical assistance at all recording sessions: Jonathan Parker

    All tracks written, produced, and performed by Wilco

    Photography by Justine Parsons
    Design by Lawrence Azerrad for LADdesign

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Artist Name: 
Wilco
Release Date: 
Tuesday, August 25, 2009 - 04:00
DescriptionExcerpt: 

Daring in its own right, Wilco’s third and final album for Warner Bros. foreshadows the even more experimental work to come on the band’s Nonesuch debut, Yankee Foxtrot Hotel. As Rolling Stone put it, “Wilco use the studio like an instrument, unreeling mini-movies of the imagination, blending and then bending the sound of guitars, drums and a thrift-shop array of vintage keyboards.”

Description: 

Daring in its own right, Wilco’s third and final album for Warner Bros. foreshadows the even more experimental work to come on the band’s Nonesuch debut, Yankee Foxtrot Hotel. As Rolling Stone put it, “Wilco use the studio like an instrument, unreeling mini-movies of the imagination, blending and then bending the sound of guitars, drums and a thrift-shop array of vintage keyboards.”

ProductionCredits: 

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Recorded from August 1997 through November 1998 at:
Pedernales Recording Studio in Spicewood, Texas; Engineered by Larry Greenhill; Assisted by Steve Chadie
King Size Sound Laboratories in Chicago; Engineered by Mike Hagler and Dave Trumfio
The White House in Nashville; Engineered by Russ Long with Chris Grainger
The Fidelitorium in Kernersville, North Carolina; Engineered by Mitch Easter
Dead Aunt Thelma’s in Portland, Oregon
Additional recording at Ocean Way Recording and Scream Studio, Los Angeles
Mixed by Jim Scott at Ocean Way
Assisted by Mike Scotella
Except “Can’t stand it”
Mixed by David Kahne at Scream
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway, Portland, Maine
Technical assistance at all recording sessions: Jonathan Parker

All tracks written, produced, and performed by Wilco

Photography by Justine Parsons
Design by Lawrence Azerrad for LADdesign

Cover Art: 
Nonesuch Selection Number: 

518086

Number of Discs in Set: 
2discs
Album Status: 
UPC/Price: 
Label: 
LP+MP3
UPC: 
075597949117
Price: 
21.00
MusicianDetails: 

MUSICIANS
Jeff Tweedy, vocals (all), electric guitar (1.01, 3.01, 4.03), backing vocals (1.01, 1.02, 3.02, 3.03), acoustic guitar (1.02, 1.03, 2.02-4, 3.01, 3.03, 3.04, 4.01, 4.02), harmonica (1.02), 12-string guitars (1.03), synthesizers (1.03, 3.01), baritone guitar (2.01), claps (2.02), bass (2.03), tambourine (2.03), toy harp (3.04), bowed and tremolo guitars (4.02)
Jay Bennett, piano (all but 1.02, 3.04), keyboards (1.01-3, 2.01-4, 3.02-4, 4.01), bells (1.01, 4.01), percussion (1.01), backing vocals (all but 1.03, 3.01, 4.03), electric guitar (1.02, 3.02, 3.03, 4.01, 4.03), tambourine (1.02, 2.02, 2.03, 3.01-3), lap steel (1.03, 4.01), synthesizers (1.03, 2.03, 3.02), drums (1.03, 2.01), Farfisa (1.04), bass drum (1.04), bass (2.01), acoustic guitar (2.02, 3.03), baritone guitar (2.02, 3.03, 4.03), e-bow (2.02, 3.03), claps (2.02), banjo (2.03, 3.01), organ (3.01, 4.02, 4.03), Moog (3.01), slide bass (3.03), claps (3.03), tiple (3.04), chamberlin (4.03), vocals (4.03)
John Stirratt, bass (all but 1.04, 2.01), backing vocals (1.04, 2.01-4, 3.03, 3.04, 4.01), piano (2.01), vocals (4.03)
Ken Coomer, drums (all but 1.04)
Dave Crawford, trumpet (2.03)
Mark Greenberg, vibes (3.03)
Leroy Bach, piano (3.04)

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