Wilco shared an alternate, previously unreleased version of their 2002 album. ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’Cut ‘Kamera’The following image was taken from the upcoming deluxe editions that will be available in September.
‘Kamera (The Unified Theory of Everything Version)’This is a heavier version of the track. It replaces the original acoustic version with an electric guitar and propulsive drums.
The super deluxe and CD reissues will include the new version, as will the digital and deluxe sets. All of the above will be available on September 16th via Nonesuch Records. You can listen to the alternative version of ‘Kamera’ below:
Wilco announces a series 20th anniversary reissues ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’Back in April. Seven editions of the iconic album will be available via Nonesuch starting September 16.
The edition also includes demos, drafts, instrumentals, and charting the making ‘Yankee Hotel Foxtrot’Plus a 2002 live concert recording, and a September 2001 radio performance with interview.
The super deluxe reissue also includes 82 previously unreleased tracks, as well as a new book featuring an interview with frontman Jeff Tweedy, drummer Glenn Kotche, and Jim O’Rourke, who mixed the acclaimed 2002 album. The book includes a detailed essay by Bob Mehr as well previously unseen photos from the band’s recording sessions at The Loft in Chicago.
Wilco has released their 12th studio album. ‘Cruel Country’, last month. In a four-star review, Camille AtebeThe record was called a “fractured portrait of a complicated nation, one that offers no easy resolutions but remains, like America, endlessly compelling”.
“If the best country music has always been about storytelling, then on ‘Cruel Country’ Wilco are delivering it in its purest form.”