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Sky Blue Sky

Wilco

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1
Either Way
Wilco
3:05
2
You Are My Face
Wilco
4:38
3
Impossible Germany
Wilco
5:57
4
Sky Blue Sky
Wilco
3:23
5
Side with the Seeds
Wilco
4:15
6
Shake It Off
Wilco
5:40
7
Please Be Patient with Me
Wilco
3:17
8
Hate It Here
Wilco
4:31
9
Leave Me (Like You Found Me)
Wilco
4:09
10
Walken
Wilco
4:26
11
What Light
Wilco
3:35
12
On and on and On
Wilco
4:00
Total Playing Time    50:56
Sky Blue Sky features guitarist, singer, and principal songwriter Jeff Tweedy; longtime Tweedy band mate bassist John Stirratt; percussionist Glenn Kotche; keyboardist Mikael Jorgensen; multi-instrumentalist Pat Sansone; and avant-jazz guitarist Nels Cline (recently named one of the Top 20 "New Guitar Gods" by Rolling Stone).

The 12 new songs on Sky Blue Sky were recorded at the band’s Chicago studio, The Loft. The album was produced by Wilco, recorded by TJ Doherty (Sonic Youth, The Hold Steady), and mixed by Jim Scott (The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Dixie Chicks, The Rolling Stones).
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters

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