Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot Album
|2||I'm The Man Who Loves You||3:55|
|4||I Am Trying To Break Your Heart||6:57|
|6||Pot Kettle Black||4:00|
|9||Heavy Metal Drummer||3:08|
|10||Ashes Of American Flags||4:43|
|11||War On War||3:47|
|LP 5161||Wilco||Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (2xLP, Album, Ltd)||Sundazed Music, Nonesuch||LP 5161||US||2002|
|AMCY-19025||Wilco||Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (CD, Album)||Nonesuch||AMCY-19025||Japan||2002|
|79669-2||Wilco||Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (CD, Album, Enh, RP)||Nonesuch||79669-2||US||Unknown|
|7559-79669-2||Wilco||Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (CD, Album, Enh, Whi)||Nonesuch||7559-79669-2||Europe||2002|
|79669||Wilco||Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (11xFile, FLAC, Album, 96k)||Nonesuch||79669||US||Unknown|
- Arranged By [Horn And String Arrangements] – John Stirratt
- Art Direction, Design – Lawrence Azerrad
- Booking – Bob Gold , Frank Riley
- Engineer – Chris Brickley, Jay Bennett
- Engineer [Additional] – Jim O'Rourke, Jonathan Parker
- Legal – Joseph L. Grier
- Management – Tony Margherita
- Management [Financial] – Lia Sweet, Nan Lanigan
- Mastered By – Steve Rooke
- Mixed By – Jim O'Rourke
- Music By – Jay Bennett (tracks: 2 to 6, 8 to 10)
- Performer [Wilco Is/was] – Glenn Kotche, Jay Bennett, Jeff Tweedy, John Stirratt, Leroy Bach
- Performer [With] – Craig Christiansen, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Jessy Greene, Jim O'Rourke, Ken Coomer
- Photography By – Sam Jones
- Producer – Wilco
- Words By, Music By, Written-By, Arranged By [Horn And String Arrangements] – Jeff Tweedy
Originally came with an Outer-sleeve.
Recorded at The Loft, Chicago.
Additional recording at CRC and Soma E.M.S., Chicago.
Mixed at Soma E.M.S.
Mastered at Abbey Road Studios, London.
All tracks published by Words Ampersand Music (Warner Tamerlane Publishing Co., BMI) and You Want a Piece of This Music (Bug Music, ASCAP), except Tracks 1, 7, 11 published solely by Words Ampersand.
Management: TMM Chicago.
Booking: High Road Touring (North America, Pacific) and GAA (Europe, UK).
Legal: Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn NYC
Financial: RZO, NYC.
℗ & © 2002 Nonesuch Records.
- Barcode: 0 -7559-79669-2 3
- Matrix / Runout: [WEA Mfg. Olyphant] Z7806 CI/CA 2 79669 ECD01 M2 S2
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L909
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2V2Z
- Other (Manufacturer stamp): WEA mfg. / CA
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nonesuch Records
- Copyright (c) – Nonesuch Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
- Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
- Made By – WEA Manufacturing
- Published By – Words Ampersand Music
- Published By – You Want A Piece Of This Music
- Recorded At – The Loft
- Recorded At – Chicago Recording Company
- Recorded At – Soma Electronic Music Studios
- Mixed At – Soma Electronic Music Studios
- Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
- Glass Mastered At – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – Z7806
- Pressed By – Cinram, Commerce, CA
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is the fourth studio album by American rock band Wilco. The album was completed in 2001, but Reprise Records, a Warner Music Group label, refused to release it. Wilco acquired the rights to the album when they subsequently left the label. On September 18, 2001, Wilco streamed the entire album for free on their website. Wilco signed with Nonesuch Records another Warner label in November of that year, and the album was officially released on April 23, 2002. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot - Wilco. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Unwilling to change the album to make it more commercially viable, the band bought the finished studio tapes from WarnerReprise for 50,000 dollars and left the label altogether. The turmoil surrounding the recording and distribution of the album in no way diminishes the sheer quality of the genre-spanning pop songs written by frontman Jeff Tweedy and his bandmates. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Considered by many to be Wilcos magnum opus - and an album which seemed like it might never see the light of day. The album was recorded in late 2000 and early 2001 at the bands Chicago studio, The Loft. Upon hearing it, their label, Warner Bros. Reprise Records, asked them to change the album, something the band was unwilling to do. Instead, months later and with the record in tow, Wilco signed to Nonesuch Records - another Warner Bros. After streaming on Wilcos website from September 18th 2001, the final product finally hit selves in April 2002. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot now arrives in stores, intact, on Nonesuch. Like Reprise, Nonesuch is a subsidiary of AOL Time Warner. Essentially, the mother firm paid for the album twice. Theyre still getting a bargain. One of the most talked-about records of the past year, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot was rumored to be crackpot pop - Radioheads Kid A dressed in flannel and cow pie. And there is genuine bedlam here. Creepy pianos and whooping synthesizers zoom in and out of the music like pissed-off ghosts. On April 23rd, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot finally emerges. The miraculous birth narrative of Wilco's fourth album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, is already old hat: banished from straightedge AOL Time Warner imprint Reprise on the cosmically short-sighted judgment of label executives who deemed the album a career-ender, Wilco streamed Yankee Hotel from its left-wing website to millions before signing with weirdo progressive AOL Time Warner imprint Nonesuch. Genre: Alternative Rock. In Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Tweedy, bassist John Stirratt, keyboard-guitar player Leroy Bach and drummer Glenn Kotche actually bring you the enchanting sound of things falling apart - and gingerly, doggedly coming together again. This is an honest, vivid chaos, and it tells a good story. Full Review. Yankee Hotel Foxtrot is the fourth album by Chicago-based rock band Wilco. Wilco acquired the rights to the album when they left the label. In September 2001, Wilco streamed the entire album for free on their website. Now this album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot the Wilco album I'm most familiar with. Different listen than the digital copy I owned a few years back. Without going into review critical territory I'm really not qualified to venture into, I'll say it's different, it's more of everything great that the cd I owned was not. Heavy, flat vinyl that sounds wonderful. Wilco is quickly becoming a favorite of mine. Easily my favorite Wilco album of the five I own currently with Schmilco bringing up 2nd. With Star Wars and Summerteeth on the way though that could change. Read more