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Essential Albums: Wilco- Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

Quick Band Bio: Wilco was formed upon the breakup of Uncle Tupelo, a band with more of a country influence that had shared vocals from Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar. 488 more words

Essential Albums

ALBUM REVIEW: "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" - Wilco

2002, Nonesuch

Few records can claim to have as contrived a release story as Wilco’s Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Back in 2001, Reprise, an  AOL-Time Warner imprint, dismissed Wilco’s fourth album as a “career ender”, and refused to release it. 540 more words


"I'm the Man Who Loves You" by Wilco (2002)

This song comes from what I think is one of the best records of the decade, “Yankee Hotel Foxtrot” by Wilco. It’s a fantastic record. Raw, experimental, emotional, accessible and magnetic. 73 more words


I'm The Man Who Loves You

Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is an intense album.  It’s probably more reflective of post-9/11 America than any other work of art since…  Songs like “Ashes of American Flags” and “Jesus, etc.” create hazy, uneasy feelings of concern and fear; while poppier tracks like “Heavy Metal Drummer” look back to more innocent times.  243 more words