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Taper's Notes

Wilco headlined on Saturday of Glasgow's Indian Summer festival; one of very few UK dates they have played.
I'd never seen them before, and I was well impressed by their songs, their singing and playing.
It was a small festival of around 6000 people, and the atmosphere was very good, although the proximity of other stages/tents made itself known at times.

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Recorded standing about 8 m from speaker stack stage R.

Sound note:
Decent sound for an outdoor festival set. Slightly boomy compared with an indoor venue.
NB: during quiet parts, some noise can be heard from the dance tent across the site -
Jeff Tweedy said it made him feel like dancing :-)

79 min 27 sec.
16 tracks inc 1 chat track.
Recorded, converted and seeded by Evangeline
Tracklisting and artwork help very welcome; Wilco are new to me and I don't know many song titles.

Annotation last modified on 2007-07-23 03:41 UTC.

Tracklist

Medium 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Misunderstood
6:22
2 Side With the Seeds
4:58
3 You Are My Face
4:56
4 I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
6:37
5 Handshake Drugs
6:20
6 I'm Always in Love
4:09
7 Via Chicago
5:22
8 Impossible Germany
5:54
9 A Shot in the Arm
4:54
10 [stage banter]
0:40
11 Jesus, Etc.
4:10
12 [stage banter]
0:45
13 Walken
4:37
14 I'm the Man Who Loves You
4:16
15 Spiders (Kidsmoke)
11:40
16 The Late Greats
3:38

Credits

Medium 1

composer:
Jay Bennett (track 9)
John Stirratt (track 9)
Jeff Tweedy (track 9)
lyricist:
Jay Bennett (track 9)
John Stirratt (track 9)
Jeff Tweedy (track 9)
live recording of:
A Shot in the Arm (track 9)