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Tweedy doing Dylan doing Woodie... No! People! Not like that! Vocally!!!!! I'm talking about form and content. The juxtaposition of human relationships. Men. Women. God. The Devil. Heaven. Hell. Do you understand, FINALLY???!!!
Probably heard them do this one, it's been so long now, but I was not entirely sanguine on their song titles in those days. Lovely rollicking guitar style on this.
I'll go out and admit I never warmed up to the album version after hearing it played acoustically in a solo concert by Mr. Tweedy...
what a band this was. you're right, son volt and wilco can never touch what they had in the uncle tupelo days.
Holy shit, this might've been the first song I ever shouted on. It's only gotten better.
Wilco and Son Volt will never reach this...
ee-yup . . . every time I hear this the ticker hurts a little bit . . .
Beautiful and sad. Tweedy captures a certain type of person from small towns.
He had a black eye he was proud ofBut some of his friendsMade him feel somewhere outsideOf everything and everywhere he'd been
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