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Kicking Television: One of the best in 2005

I have been a Wilco fan for many years, seen them live a few dozen times and have many bootlegs. I have always wanted a high quality sounding concert of Wilco to listen to and this is it. Wow! A great selection of songs from Wilco's studio albums Being There, Summerteeth, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and A Ghost Is Born. Topped of with a few tracks from Mermaid Avenue to make it complete. Kicking Television is much better than a greatest hits album, it captures the band at it's peak during four days of live performances. If you are new to Wilco, this is a great review that will leave you hungry for more. If you are a fan, you will no doubt love these versions of their songs. Recommended.


I have been a Wilco fan for the past 10 years. I finally got the chance to see them live in my hometown of all places Halifax, Nova Scotia. Jeff Tweedy claimed that it would be a life altering event, and wow was it ever. What a beautifil live band, no gimmicks, special effects, just music pure, loud and exciting. This cd actually means much more if you have had the chance to see them live(you'll know what I mean). If not buy this turn the lights down and the volume up and enjoy it is fantatstic, it's the next best thing to 'being there'. David


Formed: 1994 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Wilco rose from the ashes of the seminal roots rock band Uncle Tupelo, which disbanded in 1994. While Jay Farrar, one of the group's two singer/songwriters, went on to form Son Volt, his ex-partner Jeff Tweedy established Wilco along with the remaining members of Tupelo's final incarnation, which included drummer Ken Coomer as well as part-time bandmates John Stirratt (bass) and Max Johnston (mandolin, banjo, fiddle, and lap steel). Guitarist Jay Bennett rounded out the...
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