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Wilco - A Ghost Is Born Album

Wilco - A Ghost Is Born Album
Title:
A Ghost Is Born
Performer:
Wilco
Style:
Alternative Rock, Country Rock
Released:
2004
Catalog:
8122-76492-1, 76492-1
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1409 mb
FLAC album size:
2395 mb
Genre:
Label:
Nonesuch

Tracklist


1Spiders (Kidsmoke)10:41
2At Least That's What You Said5:29
3Wishful Thinking
Written-By – Glenn Kotche, Jeff Tweedy
4:37
4Handshake Drugs
Percussion – Tim Barnes
6:02
5I'm A Wheel2:33
6Company In My Back3:42
7Hummingbird
Dulcimer [Hammered] – Frankie MontuoroViola – Karen Waltuch
3:06
8Hell Is Chrome
Written-By – Jeff Tweedy, Mikael Jorgensen
4:33
9The Late Greats2:30
10Less Than You Think
Written-By – Glenn Kotche, Jeff Tweedy, Jim O'Rourke, John Stirratt, Leroy Bach, Mikael Jorgensen
15:00
11Muzzle Of Bees4:51
12Theologians
Written-By – Chris Girard , Jeff Tweedy, Mikael Jorgensen
3:31


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
79809-2Wilco A Ghost Is Born ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Nonesuch79809-2US2004
79809-2Wilco A Ghost Is Born ‎(CD, Album, Enh, RE, O-C)Nonesuch79809-2US2004
7559-79809-2, BR0166Wilco A Ghost Is Born ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Nonesuch, Nonesuch7559-79809-2, BR0166US2004
7559798092Wilco A Ghost Is Born ‎(CD, Album, Enh)Nonesuch7559798092Australia2004
76492-1, 79809-2Wilco A Ghost Is Born ‎(2xLP, Album)Rhino Vinyl, Nonesuch76492-1, 79809-2Europe2004


Credits


  • Acoustic GuitarJeff Tweedy (tracks: B3, C1, C2, C4, D2), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: B1, C2), John Stirratt (tracks: D1), Leroy Bach (tracks: C4, D1)
  • Backing VocalsJohn Stirratt (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2, B3)
  • BassJim O'Rourke (tracks: A2, B2), John Stirratt (tracks: A1, A3, B3, C1, C2, C3, C4, D2), Leroy Bach (tracks: B1)
  • Design [With]Dan Nadel
  • Design, Photography ByPeter Buchanan-Smith
  • Double BassJeff Tweedy (tracks: D1)
  • DrumsGlenn Kotche
  • Dulcimer [Hammered]Glenn Kotche (tracks: C2, D1, D2)
  • Electric GuitarJeff Tweedy (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B1, B3, C3, C4), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: A3, B2, B3, D2), John Stirratt (tracks: A2, B2), Leroy Bach (tracks: C3)
  • EngineerChris Shaw, Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: C2 to C4, D1)
  • Engineer [Additional]Jim O'Rourke
  • Engineer [Assistance]T.J. Doherty, Tim Iseler (tracks: C2 to C4, D1)
  • Illustration [Drawings]Gladys Nilsson
  • Keyboards [Rock-si-chord]Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: B3)
  • Keyboards [Stylophone]Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: C2)
  • LoopsGlenn Kotche (tracks: D1), Jeff Tweedy (tracks: D1), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: D1), John Stirratt (tracks: D1), Leroy Bach (tracks: D1)
  • ManagementTony Margherita
  • Mastered ByKevin Gray
  • Mixed ByJim O'Rourke
  • OrganLeroy Bach (tracks: A2), Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: B1, C1, D2)
  • Organ [Hammond]Jim O'Rourke (tracks: C1), Leroy Bach (tracks: A2, C2)
  • PercussionGlenn Kotche (tracks: C2)
  • Photography ByMichael Schmelling
  • PianoJim O'Rourke (tracks: A1, A3, B1, C4), John Stirratt (tracks: B1), Leroy Bach (tracks: A1, B3, C2, D2), Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2, C1, C4, D2)
  • ProducerJim O'Rourke, Wilco
  • SynthesizerGlenn Kotche (tracks: D1), Jeff Tweedy (tracks: D1), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: D1), John Stirratt (tracks: D1), Leroy Bach (tracks: D1), Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: A1, C2, D1)
  • VibraphoneLeroy Bach (tracks: C1)
  • VocalsJeff Tweedy (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C4, D1, D2)
  • Written-ByJeff Tweedy
  • Acoustic GuitarJeff Tweedy (tracks: B3, C1, C2, C4, D2), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: B1, C2), John Stirratt (tracks: D1), Leroy Bach (tracks: C4, D1)
  • Backing VocalsJohn Stirratt (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2, B3)
  • BassJim O'Rourke (tracks: A2, B2), John Stirratt (tracks: A1, A3, B3, C1, C2, C3, C4, D2), Leroy Bach (tracks: B1)
  • Design [With]Dan Nadel
  • Design, Photography ByPeter Buchanan-Smith
  • Double BassJeff Tweedy (tracks: D1)
  • DrumsGlenn Kotche
  • Dulcimer [Hammered]Glenn Kotche (tracks: C2, D1, D2)
  • Electric GuitarJeff Tweedy (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B1, B3, C3, C4), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: A3, B2, B3, D2), John Stirratt (tracks: A2, B2), Leroy Bach (tracks: C3)
  • EngineerChris Shaw, Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: C2 to C4, D1)
  • Engineer [Additional]Jim O'Rourke
  • Engineer [Assistance]T.J. Doherty, Tim Iseler (tracks: C2 to C4, D1)
  • Illustration [Drawings]Gladys Nilsson
  • Keyboards [Rock-si-chord]Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: B3)
  • Keyboards [Stylophone]Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: C2)
  • LoopsGlenn Kotche (tracks: D1), Jeff Tweedy (tracks: D1), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: D1), John Stirratt (tracks: D1), Leroy Bach (tracks: D1)
  • ManagementTony Margherita
  • Mastered ByKevin Gray
  • Mixed ByJim O'Rourke
  • OrganLeroy Bach (tracks: A2), Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: B1, C1, D2)
  • Organ [Hammond]Jim O'Rourke (tracks: C1), Leroy Bach (tracks: A2, C2)
  • PercussionGlenn Kotche (tracks: C2)
  • Photography ByMichael Schmelling
  • PianoJim O'Rourke (tracks: A1, A3, B1, C4), John Stirratt (tracks: B1), Leroy Bach (tracks: A1, B3, C2, D2), Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: A2, A3, B1, B2, C1, C4, D2)
  • ProducerJim O'Rourke, Wilco
  • SynthesizerGlenn Kotche (tracks: D1), Jeff Tweedy (tracks: D1), Jim O'Rourke (tracks: D1), John Stirratt (tracks: D1), Leroy Bach (tracks: D1), Mikael Jorgensen (tracks: A1, C2, D1)
  • VibraphoneLeroy Bach (tracks: C1)
  • VocalsJeff Tweedy (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C4, D1, D2)
  • Written-ByJeff Tweedy


Notes


Recorded at Sear Sound, NYC
Tracks C2 to C4, D1 (non-drone section) recorded at SOMA E.M.S., Chicago with additional recording at Sear Sound
Mixed at Sear Sound
www.wilcoworld.net

Comes in a gatefold sleeve.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 0 8122-76492-1 0
  • Barcode (String): 081227649210


Companies


  • Recorded At – Sear Sound
  • Recorded At – Soma E.M.S.
  • Mixed At – Sear Sound
  • Mastered At – AcousTech Mastering
  • Pressed By – Pallas USA


Album


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Reviews:
  • Winenama
Amazed at how much better this is than the CD version. I always found that flat and dull. This vinyl version is the thing, nice soundstage and dynamic. Especially Tweedy's voice and the noise bursts sound so much better. Highly recommended!
  • Aradwyn
Very good pressing. Some slight noise, but nothing too noticeable! One of my favorite Wilco records.
  • Black_Hawk_Down.
Maybe mine is need of a deep cleaning because mine is very noisey on the first track until the disortion kicks in. Otherwise, great album.
  • Braendo
great album perfectly mastered and pressed.
  • FireWater
Their best album. To be honest, I can't really listen to their albums anymore, except for this one. So so so so so underrated.
  • Manarius
I loved Sky Blue Sky when it came out, especially when I saw them on the accompanying tour, but my opinion changed since then. The songs just dont have the staying power of their previous two albums. They had some nice ideas and all but in the end there wasnt much substance. That doesnt mean the album is bad, though. I love the production and "Side with the Seeds" and "Leave me (like you found me)" are exceptional songs, that I still love.
  • Coron
I agree! ... but no love for Sky Blue Sky?? I think that one is criminally underrated.
  • Sat
The other two you mentioned are certainly their other two truly great albums. And you are absolutely right about Jim O Rourke. I feel that he brought a certain Sonic Youth influence to the band..he worked with them since 1998 I think and was on board on two of their best albums as well (NYC Ghosts and Flowers & Murray Street). I think the two bands even did a co headlining show in Central Park at one point. Definitely not a mismatch at that time. But to hear how the actual songs hold up without the "special" production of the studio record on the Kicking Television live record is even more amazing. With the Bonus Tracks on the vinyl edition of you get every single song from A Ghost Is Born (minus "Less Than You Think", plus era b side "Kicking Television").
  • Mopimicr
I actually kind of agree with you, although I love Summerteeth and YHF as well. Jim O'Rourke's subtle contributions really make the record. from the haunting piano on the opening track, to the fingerpicked guitars on "Muzzle of Bees," he proves himself as the record's secret weapon.
  • hulk
Not my favorite Wilco album, but gets better with every listen. Great packaging and great pressing. Almost dead quiet with great sound dynamics.
  • Rigiot
Amazed at how much better this is than the CD version. I always found that flat and dull. This vinyl version is the thing, nice soundstage and dynamic. Especially Tweedy's voice and the noise bursts sound so much better. Highly recommended!
  • Black_Hawk_Down
Very good pressing. Some slight noise, but nothing too noticeable! One of my favorite Wilco records.
  • Braswyn
Maybe mine is need of a deep cleaning because mine is very noisey on the first track until the disortion kicks in. Otherwise, great album.
  • Winn
great album perfectly mastered and pressed.
  • Cemav
Their best album. To be honest, I can't really listen to their albums anymore, except for this one. So so so so so underrated.
  • Gerceytone
I loved Sky Blue Sky when it came out, especially when I saw them on the accompanying tour, but my opinion changed since then. The songs just dont have the staying power of their previous two albums. They had some nice ideas and all but in the end there wasnt much substance. That doesnt mean the album is bad, though. I love the production and "Side with the Seeds" and "Leave me (like you found me)" are exceptional songs, that I still love.
  • Cozius
I agree! ... but no love for Sky Blue Sky?? I think that one is criminally underrated.
  • Hap
The other two you mentioned are certainly their other two truly great albums. And you are absolutely right about Jim O Rourke. I feel that he brought a certain Sonic Youth influence to the band..he worked with them since 1998 I think and was on board on two of their best albums as well (NYC Ghosts and Flowers & Murray Street). I think the two bands even did a co headlining show in Central Park at one point. Definitely not a mismatch at that time. But to hear how the actual songs hold up without the "special" production of the studio record on the Kicking Television live record is even more amazing. With the Bonus Tracks on the vinyl edition of you get every single song from A Ghost Is Born (minus "Less Than You Think", plus era b side "Kicking Television").
  • Itiannta
I actually kind of agree with you, although I love Summerteeth and YHF as well. Jim O'Rourke's subtle contributions really make the record. from the haunting piano on the opening track, to the fingerpicked guitars on "Muzzle of Bees," he proves himself as the record's secret weapon.
  • Malann
Not my favorite Wilco album, but gets better with every listen. Great packaging and great pressing. Almost dead quiet with great sound dynamics.