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A.M.


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  • Audio CD (March 28 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sire-Wbr
  • ASIN: B000002MWY
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,179 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Must Be High
2. Casino Queen
3. Box Full Of Letters
4. Shouldn't Be Ashamed
5. Pick Up The Change
6. I Thought I Held You
7. That's Not The Issue
8. It's Just That Simple
9. Should've Been In Love
10. Passenger Side
11. Dash 7
12. Blue Eyed Soul
13. Too Far Apart


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Format: Audio CD
came Wilco. Wilco began as a vehicle for Jeff Tweedy, who was basically the understudy to Jay Farrar in UT. AM pretty much continues in the vain of Tweedy's past work, mixing mid-tempo rock with a little twang and a blue collar sensibility.
Some would have you beleive that this is Wilco's finest work, although I beleive that this is just the starting blocks of one the most artisticaly successful bands of this century. AM is a collection of solid, well written songs that would stand proud in any artists catalog. PASSENGER SIDE(in my humble opionion, the one for the ages from this release), BOX FULL OF LETTERS, PICK UP THE CHANGE and CASINO QUEEN remain some of my favorites after numerous spins
Tweedy would find his true voice with the next release, BEING THERE, and then continue to push his boundries in new and exciting ways that may have offended some of those originally drawn to his music. For those who have been along for the ride, it's as exhilerating as it can get, for those who lost the faith along the way, they always have AM as a souvenier.
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By faster on March 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
I wish Wilco would go back to making music like this, this album is just wonderful. This is their first and best album as far as I'm concerned. It might take a little while to really grow on you but this album has an inner beauty that is often over looked.
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I like records that let you know they mean business right away - and A.M. definitely does that. From the minute you put it on, it's like you've discovered a favorite record you've had buried for years in the back of your closet - all the tunes are catchy, all the words make a quirky kind of sense, and it's just plain great to listen to.
I love this record, not only because of the infectious quality of the music, but the lyrics are so great you'll be humming them to yourself later, eager to hear them again. Shouldn't Be Ashamed, Box Full of Letters, and I Must Be High are all really great, but my favorite is Passenger Side - a plaintive paean to losing your license and having to be carted around (I've got a court date coming this June/ I'll be driving soon/ Passenger side/ I don't like riding on the passenger side.") The songs are deceptive in their simplicity, played by a band that can really play their instruments well. Jeff Tweedy's voice may take some people a while to get used to, but he's got a great, vulnerable quality and he can really write a great song.
I gave it four stars because Summerteeth is supposed to be their best album, and the last song kind of lets the album taper off. But if you like REM (even as late as Out Of Time) you'll really like Wilco, and A.M. is a great record to get to know your new favorite band.
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Great sound and promise for what came later...still prefer Son Volt's Trace of the two albums by the former Uncle Tupelo bandmates.
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By drew m on June 24 2003
Format: Audio CD
Wilco's debut album is a relaxing, tuneful collection of Petty-infused country rock. Songs like "Box Full of Letters" and "Should've Been in Love" have an ease and flow that listeners of any genre will enjoy. But the real gem of the bunch is "Casino Queen", a drunken sleazefest I couldn't help but want more of. The guitar, lyrics, and attitude are all perfect. Wilco went on to new territory after AM, but it's one of the friendliest records you'll ever hear. Still, "Casino Queen" makes you painfully aware of the fact that no band out there today seems to enjoy wallowing in the gutter, the way the Stones or Guns N' Roses once did. It's high time somebody filled the gap.
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There are about 3 tracks I like on this CD; 'Casino Queen' (sounds like a very raw RnB 'Stones song w/ humorous lyrics) , 'Passenger Side' (uniquely Wilco)& the very last track (reminded me of the admirable Bob Dylan). They are all good songs and there may be others that I have overlooked because, in truth, I got bored with the other songs and found myself flicking through them rapidly. I have the recent album 'YHF' and it is really quite good. I also have the Mermaid Avenue releases and I think Wilco really shine on those. Woody Guthrie's lyrics must have really inspired them. 'AM' sounds more like standard 90's 'Indie' pop by a band with genuine promise (which they have fulfilled to a large extent on YHF) but not deserving of the high praise it received in many reviews. On a personal note, I detest it when performers appear to write 'hip' sounding drug references into their songs and Jeff Tweedy does seem to have a penchant for that, whether intentional or not. Perhaps it's just the way I hear it.
Anyway, my recommendation, if you have limited cash to spend, listen to the Jayhawks first, and then decide. Compare the song 'Ain't no end' from their early release (which happened to have been compiled from a bunch of demo tapes).
It has that certain [I know not what] that Wilco, on 'AM' threaten to capture, but don't quite manage.
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By M. Griffin on April 4 2003
Format: Audio CD
Don't forget the second reason why this album is great. The lead guitar of Brian Henneman. On loan for this recording from The Bottle Rockets. The highly overlooked alt-country-whatever band from Festus,MO !
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This album bore the brunt of audience expectations after the demise of Uncle Tupelo. It's not surprising it was initially viewed as a disappointment coming on the heels of that legendary band's swansong "Anodyne", but it might be time to take another listen. "A.M." doesn't have the scope or ambition of all future Wilco discs, but it does boast a solid collection of country-rock tunes, played and sung with no-frills honesty. If "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" is Jeff Tweedy's "Sgt. Pepper", then this was his "Meet the Beatles", and as such it's a perfectly acceptable first chapter in the Wilco saga.
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