Leroy Bach Leaves Wilco

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  1. Patrick Larkin

    Patrick Larkin Screenwriter

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    Another Wilco member bites the dust.
    http://www.wilcoweb.com/news/index.html

    No reason stated. New Wilco album wrapped up...

    Pitchfork article

    Love the description of Jay Bennett's solo stuff: " Yeah, he still kind of sounds like that Crash Test Dummies guy doing an Elvis Costello impression when he sings."
     
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    That's funny, I once saw CTD open up for Elvis.
     
  3. Mike Broadman

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    Interesting how band members move in and out of Wilco. Maybe they will become the Steely Dan of alt-country.

    Being only familiar with AM and Yankee Hotel, I look forward for the arrival of their other two albums from BMG.
     
  4. Rich Malloy

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    Mike, have you heard the Uncle Tupelo stuff? "Anodyne" remains one of my favorite albums from that decade... and the other ones are up there, too!
     
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    No. This kind of music is different from what I usually listen to, so I'm still dipping my feet.
     
  6. Patrick Larkin

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    Anodyne is a perfect album if you ask me. [​IMG]
     

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