Tweedy

Tweedy Album Sukierae I own a lot of Jeff Tweedy’s albums, but the only ones I really listen to are Yankee Hotel Foxtrot and the first Mermaid Avenue album.

Today I downloaded his new album Sukierae and I’m really enjoying it. Notably, Tweedy made Sukierae with his 18 year old son Spencer and the album is named after his wife (who recently went through cancer treatment). The family influences are readily apparent as the songs are heartfelt and sincere. Summer Noon and Wait for Love are the first standout songs of the album.

If you’re not familiar with Jeff Tweedy, he was the lead singer of Uncle Tupelo and since 1995 he’s been the lead singer of Wilco. Along with the rest of Wilco, he worked with Billy Bragg to create the Mermaid Avenue series of albums that contain songs created from unused Woody Guthrie lyrics.

Also, video from the making of the album Yankee Foxtrot Hotel was turned into a really great documentary, I’m Trying to Break Your Heart.

Here’s the video for Summer Noon:

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