- Summary: The sixth studio set for the Jeff Tweedy-fronted band is less experimental and adventurous than Wilco's previous few efforts. It is the first Wilco studio album to feature the work of touring guitarist Nels Cline.
- Record Label: Nonesuch
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Alt-Country
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Whilst the nostalgia-soaked Sky Blue Sky will cause consternation amongst those who backed Wilco’s brave efforts to bend the staidness of plaid-shirted alt. rock, it’s still arguably one of the most charmingly-effortless records Jeff Tweedy has ever spearheaded.
CliffAApr 25, 2007Second to YHF but should become a classic
JohnHMay 21, 2007Just a simply beautiful album
JuanF.Feb 10, 2008Is simple, beautiful, intelligent, all great songs. I think is the mayor Wilco album. Just listen songs like on and on and withe light.
PeterCMay 14, 2007Brilliant! Tweedy sounds confident and relaxed. the songs have a gentle charm and fell as comopfrtable as a favorite shirt. A plaid flannel Brilliant! Tweedy sounds confident and relaxed. the songs have a gentle charm and fell as comopfrtable as a favorite shirt. A plaid flannel shirt, of course.… Expand
PeteOMay 21, 2007While not as overall impressed with it as A Ghost Is Born, which I now consider their peak, I must say that this is definitely a fantastic While not as overall impressed with it as A Ghost Is Born, which I now consider their peak, I must say that this is definitely a fantastic album. I really love how loose it sounds and how it often feels like a band just having a great time jamming out. The guitar solos in particular are all well played and inventive. Wilco continues to impress as one of the best American bands of our time, and all time.… Expand
KellyHMay 18, 2007It's like mixing all of your favorite flavors of ice cream - but serving them warm. Tweedy seems most honest when his lyrics are delving It's like mixing all of your favorite flavors of ice cream - but serving them warm. Tweedy seems most honest when his lyrics are delving into frustration, desperation, and chaos. This CD seems to be a collection of lullabys, by comparison. That being said, it's worth a listen. I'm sure that we will all be crooning along with Tweedy at the next concert where, hopefully, all of the audience will stay off of the stage!… Expand
gordieMay 14, 2007Boring!!
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