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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by 84S, Mar 10, 2005.
Great albums and great shows are put on by this band
I love Wilco, I always buy gas there!
Just kidding. Yeah, Jeff Tweedy is brilliant! If you like him check out Uncle Tupelo. It's a band he was in with Jay Farrar from Son Volt. Awesome awesome music.
I saw Uncle Tupelo play in 1991? in Chapel Hill NC. Those early 90 years are kind of cloudy for me
Glad to see everybody chimed in here. LOL Well at least two of us have good taste in music.;f
A lot of the guys here are still listening to their Boston and Journey albums Not that there is anything wrong with that, and the dorks are still listening to Rush and Dream Theater, boring!
I went through the classic rock spell about 4 years ago when it was all stuff I still hadn't heard yet. Creedence Clearwater Revival is my most favorite band ever. I'm into like 60s motown/soul stuff right now. Wilson Picket, Sam Cook, Otis Redding, etc. Just bought the Four Tops Anthology last week. But while I write this I'm listening to Future Leaders of the World. I love music.
I have become less of a Wilco fan over the years. Jay Farrar on the other hand, can do no wrong. I absolutely love Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt and Jay.
Wilco seems to be turning into one of those Phish, Widespred Panic bands.
I don't know what Wilco you have been listening to, but I don't hear any Phish and WSP in their sound, and I have seen all three bands multiple times.
I wasn't referring to their sound. I fear that Wilco is treading that fine line of becoming another god-awful jam band like Phish and Widespread Panic.
Since I was (am) such a fan of Tupelo, I would hate to think I would have to endure the scent of patchouli oil to go see one of UTs offspring.
I could be wrong.
The last two Wilco shows I went to, I didn't smell any patchouli oil at all Wilco will never be a jam band like Phish, I guarantee that. No way, Jeff Tweedy will allow that to happen. He has said so as much. Now, will the band improvise on songs some? Sure. That's what make a live show fun. I loved Uncle Tupelo also, I saw them in 1991. I love that country rock sound, Jay Farrar has chosen to stay within that sound, where Tweedy has gone in other directions. I like it all
That's good to hear. I guess Tweedy has ventured further that Jay from UT territory for sure. I have a bunch of Wilco bootleg music and videos that my tape trading friend gave me. I suppose I should watch and listen to them.