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The British singer Billy Bragg and the American band Wilco collaborated to put to music and perform previously unheard lyrics written by American singer Woody Guthrie. The project was organized by Guthrie's daughter, Nora Guthrie. The ensuing album "Mermaid Avenue" was released on the Elektra Records label on June 23, 1998. A second volume of recordings, "Mermaid Avenue Vol. II", followed in 2000. The projects are named after a song "Mermaid's Avenue" written… read more

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  • Avatar for IgorCardoso-
    I love Mermaid Avenue, deep in my heart.
  • Avatar for riverofstars
    Two of the best albums from one of the greatest collaborations ever. Besides a couple of Wilco albums, this is among their best. It is Bragg's best. The third volume has 4 or 5 decent tunes, too.
  • Avatar for anotherman08
    Remember the Mountain Bed
  • Avatar for ersfrmnsyh
    awesome
  • Avatar for sh8k_et
    sorry, that was mean.
  • Avatar for sh8k_et
    @Countstupid You're right, you don't get it.(2) x ∞ One of the greatest music projects ever and wonderful tribute to the undying legacy of Woody Guthrie. Nora made the right choice. Good day.
  • Avatar for JK89
    kurzer deutscher beitrag zu "Mermaid Avenue: The Complete Sessions" bei Mos Eisley Music: http://mos-eisley-music.blogspot.de/2012/05/billy-bragg-wilco-mermaid-avenue.html
  • Avatar for indieopa
    Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key wonderfull music!
  • Avatar for StormandStatic
    You're right, you don't get it.
  • Avatar for CountWasilij
    Bragg songs suck, really. Hes such a lame songwriter, i don't get it why it was to him they gave these lyrics.

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