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April 3rd, 2010
Wellmont Theater, Montclair, NJ
Recorded from front of stage.
Recorded with Edirol/Roland R-09HR digital recorder and Sony ECM-719 microphone>Wavepad>Flac Frontend>Flac Level 8
Taper: Rob Y.
02. Ashes of American Flags
03. Wilco (The Song)
04. I am Trying to Break Your Heart
05. Bull Black Nova
06. You Are My Face
07. One Wing
08. A Shot in the Arm
09. Muzzle of Bees
10. Deeper Down
13. California Stars
14. Impossible Germany
01. Poor Places
----into acoustic set----
02. Spiders (Kidsmoke)
03. You and I
04. (Jeff Talks)
06. (Jeff Talks)
07. Hesitating Beauty
08. Not For the Seasons
09. When You Wake Up Feeling Old
10. Dreamer in My Dreams
11. OuttaMind (Outtasite)
----out of acoustic set----
12. Airline to Heaven
13. I'm Always in Love
01. Jesus, Etc.
02. Box Full of Letters
03. I Can't Stand It
04. Hate It Here
05. You Never Know
07. I'm the Man Who Loves You
08. Thank You Friends
09. In the Streets
10. Casino Queen
11. Outtasite (Outta Mind)
12. Hoodoo Voodoo
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Wilco Start Their Own Label?
Contract with Nonesuch has ended
According to Wilco guitarist Nels Cline, the band has left Nonesuch Records, its home for most of the past decade, and is starting its own label. Cline dropped this particular bombshell during an interview with Express Night Out. Thanks to James DuBray for the tip.
Talking to Express Night Out, Cline says, "I think our main task now is to work on new material and a new album. And now that we have our own record label, there's going to be funny things to come out." He adds, "I don't know the name of it. Jeff [Tweedy] was basically not wanting to be on a record label for a while-- he didn't renew his contract with Nonesuch-- so we're striking out on our own, our own label. There might be a 7" or something, a little souvenir when we do this Mass MoCA [the Wilco-curated Solid Sound Festival]. I'm not sure, really. Basically, Jeff and [Wilco's manager] Tony Margherita are the masterminds, so I'm just cruising with what they want to do."
A rep for the band confirms that Wilco's deal with Nonesuch has expired, but does not confirm that the band will definitely be releasing future albums on their own, though it is a possibility. UPDATE: A rep for Nonesuch writes in with this statement: "Nonesuch's contract with Wilco has indeed been fulfilled. It has been a privilege to work with the band; we love them and the experience of hearing their music evolve and seeing their audience grow over the past decade is a testament to their creative vision. We wish Wilco the best and hope our paths will cross again."
So if you're attending the Solid Sound Festival next month,
"Wilco are getting their own festival: Solid Sound Festival, which comes to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art in North Adams August 13-15, is curated by the band."
keep an eye out. You could take home the very first product released on Wilco's mysterious new label.
Wilco and Nonesuch have a storied history. The label signed Wilco after the band was dropped by Nonesuch's fellow Warner Music Group imprint Reprise during the making of the now-classic Yankee Hotel Foxtrot.
Posted by Tom Breihan on July 7, 2010 at 4:05 p.m.
|Thanks Rob - nice to finally see this one surface - great show!
|""nice to finally see this one surface ""
ditto, Thanks for getting this 2nd nite out to play. Heard it was a 'top' show.
|ty for sharing!
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