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Wilco — That's Not The Issue
Album: A.M.
Avg rating:
7.1

Your rating:
Total ratings: 85









Released: 1995
Length: 3:16
Plays (last 30 days): 1
You've got a problem, I think you know
I'll tell you mine before you go
You've been thinking about somebody new
That's not the issue
Secrets, I have some too
I'll tell you mine before I say goodbye to you
I've been thinking about leaving too
That's not the issue
I'm leaving, I'm leaving now
I'd say goodbye, but I don't know how
You've been sleeping with somebody new
That's not the issue
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I prefer old Wilco to new Tweedy. Not taking away from the solo stuff he just sounded older and more fun back then
 jrozzelle wrote:

this afternoon my wife came downstairs and said,  "I just realized we have three tickets for Wilco tomorrow at the Fox.  I can't go.  I assume you can't either. Who can we give them to?"  

These were from a rescheduled pandemic show.  It's a Monday night but yeah, I'm going.  Sleep when you're dead.
Wilco, Wilco, Wilco will love you, baby

This is like when you find a $20 in your jeans after they've gone through the washer.



Awesome! Good on you. 
I gave them to my sister.  It was an awesome show.  
Recent addition to the RP playlist I gather from the low number of ratings (33) and comments (mine is the 3rd).    Only played once in the last 30 days and both of the other comments were from 4 weeks prior.

Not a song I remember from Wilco.  Going with a 6 rating to start off.
this afternoon my wife came downstairs and said,  "I just realized we have three tickets for Wilco tomorrow at the Fox.  I can't go.  I assume you can't either. Who can we give them to?"  

These were from a rescheduled pandemic show.  It's a Monday night but yeah, I'm going.  Sleep when you're dead.
Wilco, Wilco, Wilco will love you, baby

This is like when you find a $20 in your jeans after they've gone through the washer.
Interesting piece of music. I moved in to see what this was and would not have expected this. Appreciate, again, the exposure to curated music.