Were Just Friends - Wilco - Summerteeth (Cassette, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Summerteeth on Discogs. Label: Reprise Records - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock3/5(2).
  2. Summerteeth (stylized as summerteeth) is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Wilco, released on March 9, by Reprise album was heavily influenced lyrically by 20th century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed in the studio with Pro inmanmubanddurluaholtersbertiternigh.coer: Wilco.
  3. For that last reason alone, this album was a good candidate for a fancy vinyl release. And while this release is indeed fancy -- we get two gram vinyl discs, a bonus CD and really nice packaging (to the extent that Summerteeth's hideous album cover could be packaged nicely) -- it still simply isn't as good as it could or should be/5(26).
  4. Jan 08,  · The Summer Teeth release by Wilco offers some really bright songs from this talented group. But there’s something going on in the head of Wilco (Jeff Tweedy), that just doesn’t transcend to the audience in general. Four of the tracks are pure magic, “Nothing’s Ever Gonna’ Stand In My Way Again [though Wilco run all of these words together when they created the title], “How To Fight /5().
  5. We’re Just Friends Lyrics: Over and over and over again / You say that we're just friends / Forget the implications / Infatuations end / If love's so easy, why is it hard / I can't imagine ever.
  6. Jun 08,  · Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed. Tweedy and Jay Bennett created most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were rehearsed live and recorded almost at once. The initial Summerteeth recording sessions occurred in November at Willie Nelson's music studio in Spicewood, Texas.
  7. Jeff Tweedy once blazed the trail for the American rock underground's embrace of its country and folk roots, but as the decade drew to a close he also began spearheading the return of classic pop; simply put, what once were fiddles on Wilco records became violins -- the same instrument, to be sure, but viewed with a radical shift in perception and meaning.
  8. Wilco; Summerteeth. the frail "We're Just Friends" finds Tweedy lying only to himself. the mood of the album emerges, but Summerteeth's transformation is most apparent in its two recitals.