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Interprete: Wilco
Titolo: Summerteeth
Paese: Europe
Numero di catalogo: 9362-47282-2
Etichetta: Reprise Records
Rilasciato: 1999
Stile: Alternative Rock, Folk Rock
Valutazione: 4.5
Voti: 612


1When You Wake Up Feeling Old
Bass, Backing Vocals – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerKeyboards, Tiple, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettPiano – Leroy BachVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harp [Toy] – Jeff Tweedy
2I'm Always In Love
Bass, Piano, Keyboards, Drums, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettDrums – Ken CoomerPiano, Backing Vocals – John StirrattVocals, Guitar [Baritone] – Jeff Tweedy
3In A Future Age
Bass – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerPiano, Organ, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Bowed, Tremelo] – Jeff Tweedy
4Via Chicago
Banjo, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer [Moog], Tambourine – Jay BennettBass – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer – Jeff Tweedy
5How To Fight Loneliness
Bass, Backing Vocals – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerPiano, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jeff Tweedy
6She's A Jar
Bass – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerElectric Guitar, Keyboards, Tambourine, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica, Backing Vocals – Jeff Tweedy
7Summer Teeth
Bass, Backing Vocals – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerElectric Guitar, Steel Guitar [Lap], Piano, Keyboards, Bells, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jeff Tweedy
8We're Just Friends
Backing Vocals – John StirrattPiano, Organ [Farfisa], Drums [Bass], Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals – Jeff Tweedy
9Can't Stand It
Bass – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerPiano, Keyboards, Bells, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals, Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals – Jeff Tweedy
10A Shot In The Arm
Bass – John StirrattSteel Guitar [Lap], Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Drums – Jay BennettTimpani – Ken CoomerVocals, Twelve-String Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer – Jeff Tweedy
11Nothing'severgonnastandinmyway (Again)
Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Baritone], E-Bow, Piano, Keyboards, Tambourine, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettBass, Backing Vocals – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Handclaps – Jeff Tweedy
12Pieholden Suite
Banjo, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Tambourine, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettBass, Backing Vocals – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerTrumpet – Dave CrawfordVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Tambourine – Jeff Tweedy
Bass – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerElectric Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Tambourine, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVocals, Backing Vocals – Jeff Tweedy
14My Darling
Bass, Backing Vocals – John StirrattDrums – Ken CoomerElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Baritone], E-Bow, Bass [Slide], Piano, Keyboards, Tambourine, Handclaps, Backing Vocals – Jay BennettVibraphone – Mark GreenbergVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Jeff Tweedy


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9362-47282-2, PROP05015Wilco Summerteeth ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Reprise Records, Reprise Records9362-47282-2, PROP05015Germany1999
2-47282-ABYWilco Summerteeth ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)Reprise Records2-47282-ABYUS1999
9362472822Wilco Summerteeth ‎(CD, Album)Reprise Records9362472822Australia1999
WPCR-10214Wilco Summerteeth ‎(CD, Album)Reprise RecordsWPCR-10214Japan1999
CDW 47282Wilco Summerteeth ‎(CD, Album)Reprise RecordsCDW 47282Canada1999


  • Art Direction, DesignLawrence Azerrad
  • EngineerChris Grainger, Dave Trumfio, Larry Greenhill, Mike Hagler, Mitch Easter, Russ Long
  • Engineer [Assistant]Steve Chadie
  • LegalJoseph Grier
  • ManagementTony Margherita
  • Management [Booking]Frank Riley , Paul Fenn
  • Management [Financial]Helene Axelrod, Lia Sweet
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig
  • Mixed ByDave Kahne (tracks: 1), Jim Scott (tracks: 2 to 14)
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Mike Scotella (tracks: 2 to 14)
  • Photography ByJustine Parsons
  • Technician [Technical Assistance]Jonathan Parker
  • Written-By, Producer, PerformerWilco


Recorded from August 1997 through November 1998 at: Pedernales Recording Studio in Spicewood, Texas; King Size Sound Laboratories in Chicago; The White House in Nashville; The Fidelitorium in Kernersville, North Carolina; Dead Aunt Thelma's in Portland, Oregon; Ocean Way Recording and Scream Studio, Los Angeles.

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  • Barcode: 0 9362-47282-2 1
  • Label Code: LC 0322
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 & 3): 936247282-2.2 02/99
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 & 4): 936247282-2.3 07/99
  • Mastering SID Code (Variants 1, 2, 3 & 4): IFPI L012
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 05N9
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0511
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 0567
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 0519
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM


  • Recorded At – Pedernales Studio
  • Recorded At – Kingsize Soundlabs
  • Recorded At – The White House
  • Recorded At – Fidelitorium
  • Recorded At – Dead Aunt Thelma's
  • Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Recorded At – Scream Studios



Summerteeth stylized as summerteeth is the third studio album by the American alternative rock band Wilco, released on March 9, 1999 by Reprise Records. The album was heavily influenced lyrically by 20th century literature, as well as singer Jeff Tweedy's marital problems. Unlike previous albums, Summerteeth was heavily overdubbed in the studio with Pro Tools. Tweedy and Jay Bennett wrote most of the album in the studio, a contrast to the band's previous albums, which were often recorded live by the. Summerteeth - Wilco. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Genre: Indie Rock. As Wilco began to break free from being an alt-country, band here we find several excellent songs on this album covering a variety of styles. The entire A-side is quiet perfect, and. read more. 9mo. And suddenly, in grand fashion, Wilco were cooking. Wilcos 1999 album, released in between the breakthrough of Being There and the zeitgeist-capturing Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, is often overlooked, but its mixture of classic rock with a modern sensibility stands the test of time. By Elizabeth Nelson Jul 30, 2019, 6:00am EDT. It would take a final handful of hospice years filled with spasms and Strokes for the genre to finally succumb fully to demographic destiny and terminal stasis. Quite accidentally or quite by design, Wilco was one of the few bands that clambered aboard the genres final chopper out, just as the curtain dramatically fell on rocks imperial phase. The Ringers 40 Best Singles and Albums of 1999. Wilcos Summerteeth is often overlooked simply due to the gravity of the album it preceded. The destructive and pathetic persona of the narrator in these Tweedy-penned songs helped him barely avoid the trap of glorifying the violence on display. On their third album, Summer Teeth, Wilco create the roots-rock answer to Becks Odelay, if not to Brian Enos Another Green World. Like Beck and Eno, and Brian Wilson and the Beatles before them, Wilco use the studio like an instrument, unreeling minimovies of the imagination, blending and then bending the sound of guitars, drums and a thrift-shop array of vintage classic literature, poetry, and personal trauma, Summerteeth is an explosion of pain and childish drama. In 1998, Wilco teamed with British folkie Billy Bragg for Mermaid Avenue, a collection of Woody Guthrie lyrics paired with original music by the collaborating artists. Wilco lent a suitable Midwestern sensibility to the project, but with Guthrie putting the words in his mouth, Tweedy had yet to beat the biggest knock against him. By now, it was obvious that he had a knack for crafting instantly memorable melodies the question was: what did he have to say Just as the Velvets' swan song, Loaded, was packed with hit songs for critics who claimed Lou Reed was incapable of writing them, so t. Summerteeth is the third studio album by Wilco. Released through Reprise Records on March 9, 1999, the album was heavily influenced lyrically by Name Wilco. Album Name Summerteeth. Type Album. Дата релиза 09 Март 1999. Лейблы Reprise Records. Candyfloss Hidden Track. A Shot in the Arm Alternate version Hidden track. Buy this album

Recensioni (1)
The Summer Teeth release by Wilco offers some really bright songs from this talented group. But there’s something going on in the head of Wilco (Jeff Tweedy), that just doesn’t transcend to the audience in general. Four of the tracks are pure magic, “Nothing’s Ever Gonna’ Stand In My Way Again [though Wilco run all of these words together when they created the title], “How To Fight Loneliness,” “ELT” and “Summer Teeth.”

Listening to most of Wilco’s albums is like going to a Grateful Dead Show on an off night for the band. They put out some perfectly fine tunes, carefully constructed, thoughtful and well balanced ... but then there are always eight or so numbers that just don’t make any sense to me at all. And believe me I’ve tried, I own all of their material, that’s how good I think they are.

Wilco are probably the only group where I have to give a high rating simply on the strength of a couple of songs. The aforementioned four tracks are staggering, filled with life and delivered without pretense ... dig them and let the rest slip until they make sense, if ever.

Review by Jenell Kesler

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