Wilco: Learning How to Die
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Wilco: Learning How to Die
Wilco: Learning How to Die
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AuthorGreg Kot
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
PublisherBroadway Books
Publication date
June 15, 2004
Media typePrint (Paperback)
ISBN0-7679-1558-5
OCLC54959618
782.42166/092/2 22
LC ClassML421.W52 K68 2004
Followed byRipped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music 

Wilco: Learning How to Die (2004, ISBN 0-7679-1558-5) is a book by Chicago Tribune rock critic Greg Kot. The book was written with the cooperation of Wilco band members past and present. It covers the time period from when Wilco singer Jeff Tweedy was born, through the formation and breakup of Uncle Tupelo, and the career of Wilco through their 2004 album A Ghost Is Born. It is primarily written as an oral history, featuring interviews with Tweedy, John Stirratt, and other Wilco members, as well as manager Tony Margherita and Uncle Tupelo drummer Mike Heidorn. The book's title comes from a lyric of Wilco's "War on War", which appears on their 2002 album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. It was published on June 15, 2004 by Broadway Books. The book received positive reviews from outlets such as The New York Times.[1]

References

  1. ^ Klein, Joe (June 13, 2004). "Wilco: Alt-Country Roads". New York Times. Last accessed June 20, 2007.

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