DIMENSIONS: 6.1 x 1 x 8.45 inches
AUTHOR(S): Daniel Cook Johnson
Wilcopedia is a comprehensive guide to the music of the preeminent US rock band of the twentyfirst century. It offers a thorough appraisal of the entire Wilco canon, with detailed insights into every album and song the band have released, as well as side projects, collaborations, covers, and more. Since their formation in 1994, Wilco have become one of the most acclaimed and influential bands of modern times. While previous books have told their story in a biographical sense, Wilcopedia zeroes in on the music, tracing the evolution of the band’s material from the studio to the concert stage, from the formative Uncle Tupelo recordings through the moldbreaking Yankee Hotel Foxtrot to latterday gems Star Wars and Schmilco and beyond. Throughout their twentyfive year career, Wilco’s founder and primary songwriter, Jeff Tweedy, has led his band through various shifts in lineup and genre that have kept fans on their toes and made their music difficult to categorize. While they are largely considered an Americana act, their music has touched on hard rock, electronica, pop, soul, punk, folk, and more. If you’re looking for a thorough appraisal of Tweedy & Co.’s first quartercentury, one thing’s for sure: Wilcopedia will love you, baby.
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