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A.M.

Wilco

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1
I Must Be High
Wilco
2:59
2
Casino Queen
Wilco
2:45
3
Box Full of Letters
Wilco
3:05
4
Shouldn't Be Ashamed
Wilco
3:28
5
Pick up the Change
Wilco
2:56
6
I Thought I Held You
Wilco
3:49
7
That's Not the Issue
Wilco
3:19
8
It's Just That Simple
Wilco
3:45
9
Should've Been in Love
Wilco
3:36
10
Passenger Side
Wilco
3:33
11
Dash 7
Wilco
3:29
12
Blue Eyed Soul
Wilco
4:05
13
Too Far Apart
Wilco
3:44
Total Playing Time    44:33
“Tweedy shows an undeniable feel for melody, a gift for the resonant rhyme and an unhurried voice that reeks of cigarettes and charisma.”
- Chicago Sun-Times

In 1994, singer-songwriter Jeff Tweedy formed Wilco with three of his band mates following the break-up of Uncle Tupelo, the group that had come to represent the alt-country-oriented “no depression” movement of the early ’90s. Wilco’s debut, A.M. represents his first step into increasingly adventurous territory.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters

Tracks 1-13 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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