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Wilco evolved at remarkable speed after forming in 1994, almost immediately after the breakup of Uncle Tupelo. Their debut album, 1995's A.M., was an upbeat set of alt-country that bore few, if any surprises, but 1996's Being There was a major creative departure that moved far beyond the boundaries of roots music. 1999's Summerteeth was initially controversial among fans because it marked the spot where Wilco almost entirely abandoned the country influences that had once been the core of Jeff Tweedy's music. Instead, Tweedy and Jay Bennett, who had gone from being the group's guitarist to manning a massive bank of keyboards and becoming Tweedy's primary collaborator in the studio, concocted a stunning set of off-kilter pop, suggesting a Midwestern fusion of peak-era Brian Wilson and Big Star's 3rd. ("Pieholden Suite" in particular is a lovely homage to the Beach Boys' Smile, then still circulating only in bootleg form.) At the same time, this was brilliantly constructed pop music was also pop with a dark and troubling center; the violence at the heart of "She's a Jar" and "Via Chicago" is too blunt to avoid, and even the brightest moments ("Can't Stand It," "A Shot in the Arm," and "When You Wake Up Feeling Old") sound and feel emotionally out of balance, giving this a complicated emotional push-and-pull that reinforces the resonance of the performances. (The album's most lovable pop tune, "Candyfloss," significantly comes near the end of the set, bookended after a 20-second burst of silence.) While Wilco was inarguably Jeff Tweedy's band at this point, Summerteeth was the apex of his collaboration with Jay Bennett, even more so than 2002's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, and while John Stirratt and Ken Coomer were their strong, reliable selves as a rhythm section, it's Bennett's keyboards and production smarts that give life to a set of great, uncompromising songs. If Being There was the album where Jeff Tweedy embraced all that was possible with Wilco, Summerteeth was where he closed the door on the past and boldly stepped into a very different future.

© Mark Deming /TiVo

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1
Can't Stand It
00:03:46

David Kahne, MixingEngineer - Jeff Tweedy, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Bells, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar - Ken Coomer, Drums - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

2
She's a Jar
00:04:42

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Writer, Background Vocals, Harmonica - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Tambourine, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

3
A Shot in the Arm
00:04:19

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Drums, Keyboards, Piano, Writer, Synthesizer, Lap Steel Guitar - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Writer - Ken Coomer, Timpani - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

4
We're Just Friends
00:02:45

Jeff Tweedy, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Drums, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Writer, Background Vocals - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

5
I'm Always in Love
00:03:41

Jeff Tweedy, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Drums, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals, Synthesizer - JOHN STIRRATT, Piano, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

6
Nothing'severgonnastandinmyway (Again)
00:03:20

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Tambourine, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Writer, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

7
Pieholden Suite
00:03:26

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Tambourine, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Dave Crawford, Trumpet - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Banjo, Keyboards, Piano, Tambourine, Writer, Background Vocals, Synthesizer - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

8
How to Fight Loneliness
00:03:53

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Keyboards, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

9
Via Chicago
00:05:33

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Banjo, Organ, Piano, Tambourine, Synthesizer - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

10
ELT
00:03:46

Jeff Tweedy, Writer, Background Vocals - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Tambourine, Writer, Background Vocals, Synthesizer - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

11
My Darling
00:03:38

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Writer, Background Vocals - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Tambourine, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer - Mark Greenberg, Vibraphone

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

12
When You Wake up Feeling Old
00:03:56

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Harp, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Keyboards, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - Leroy Bach, Piano - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

13
Summer Teeth
00:03:21

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Bells, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

14
In a Future Age
00:02:57

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Organ, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

15
23 Seconds of Silence
00:00:23

Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

16
Candyfloss
00:02:57

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Electric Guitar, Organ, Piano, Writer, Background Vocals - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Vocals - Ken Coomer, Drums - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

17
A Shot in the Arm (Remix)
00:03:54

Jeff Tweedy, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Writer, Synthesizer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - Mitch Easter, Engineer - JIM SCOTT, MixingEngineer - Wilco, Producer, Writer, MainArtist - JAY BENNETT, Drums, Keyboards, Piano, Writer, Synthesizer, Lap Steel Guitar - JOHN STIRRATT, Bass Guitar, Writer - Ken Coomer, Timpani - Mike Scotella, AssistantEngineer - RUSS LONG, Engineer - DAVE TRUMFIO, Engineer - MIKE HAGLER, Engineer - LARRY GREENHILL, Engineer

© 2014 Nonesuch Records ℗ 2014 Nonesuch Records

Resenha do Álbum

Wilco evolved at remarkable speed after forming in 1994, almost immediately after the breakup of Uncle Tupelo. Their debut album, 1995's A.M., was an upbeat set of alt-country that bore few, if any surprises, but 1996's Being There was a major creative departure that moved far beyond the boundaries of roots music. 1999's Summerteeth was initially controversial among fans because it marked the spot where Wilco almost entirely abandoned the country influences that had once been the core of Jeff Tweedy's music. Instead, Tweedy and Jay Bennett, who had gone from being the group's guitarist to manning a massive bank of keyboards and becoming Tweedy's primary collaborator in the studio, concocted a stunning set of off-kilter pop, suggesting a Midwestern fusion of peak-era Brian Wilson and Big Star's 3rd. ("Pieholden Suite" in particular is a lovely homage to the Beach Boys' Smile, then still circulating only in bootleg form.) At the same time, this was brilliantly constructed pop music was also pop with a dark and troubling center; the violence at the heart of "She's a Jar" and "Via Chicago" is too blunt to avoid, and even the brightest moments ("Can't Stand It," "A Shot in the Arm," and "When You Wake Up Feeling Old") sound and feel emotionally out of balance, giving this a complicated emotional push-and-pull that reinforces the resonance of the performances. (The album's most lovable pop tune, "Candyfloss," significantly comes near the end of the set, bookended after a 20-second burst of silence.) While Wilco was inarguably Jeff Tweedy's band at this point, Summerteeth was the apex of his collaboration with Jay Bennett, even more so than 2002's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, and while John Stirratt and Ken Coomer were their strong, reliable selves as a rhythm section, it's Bennett's keyboards and production smarts that give life to a set of great, uncompromising songs. If Being There was the album where Jeff Tweedy embraced all that was possible with Wilco, Summerteeth was where he closed the door on the past and boldly stepped into a very different future.

© Mark Deming /TiVo

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