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  • Audio CD (2 Oct. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: ADA Global
  • ASIN: B0000641B5
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 169,301 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Opening Titles
2. Red Elevator
3. Promising
4. Frank's Dream
5. When The Roses Bloom Again
6. Jealous Guy
7. The Wallman
8. The Lonely I
9. Hello Are You There
10. Softley And Tenderly Jesus Is Calling
11. Finale
12. End Credits

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1 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Peter gee on 19 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
A touch more experimental than Wilco have ever been, and well worth the effort. Mr Tweedy creates great folk sounds that i have forever loved. His few tunes with Wilco and Billy Bragg are a big highlight, but they can be left to their respective albums. The music on this CD is as fun, diverse and well recorded as you could expect. A definate must for Folk lovers.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
It's Tweedy, It's Good, Very Good 17 Mar. 2003
By Paul Allaer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have not seen the movie, but bought this album simply on the strength of Jeff Tweedy's reputation as a gifted, daring and innovative musician. I was not disappointed!
9 of the 12 tracks aqre Tweedy penned, most of them instrumentals performed by Tweedy and Glenn Kotche. Several of them are truly mesmorizing, including the "Opening Titles", with guitar-distorts all over, "Frank's Dream", "The Wallman" and, best of all, the 11 min. "Finale" with it's haunting guitar riff and overlaying piano playing.
There are 2 tracks attributed to Wilco: the "new" track "Promising" sounds like Tweedy solo, and the other one "When The Roses Bloom Again" is from the Mermaid Avenue sessions with Billy Brag, quite beautiful actually.
As with many movie soundtracks, this is a "mood album", and I find it very engaging, altough it's probably not for everyone.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
pretty ding dang good 28 Jan. 2003
By chris whitehead - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD even if youre not a Wilco/Uncle Tupelo/Alt country completist. The songs are all good, from the "weird" stuff by Tweedy down to the haunting beautiful WIlco track to the non-Tweedy stuff on here...If yopure reading this review you should probably own this or at least give it a listen, even if the movie didn't work for ya.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful Companion Piece to YHF and film. 23 April 2002
By "gekko515" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If someone turned the Yankee Hotel Foxtrot into a film, then wrote a score to that film, it might sound like this. Deeply evocative and richly textured, this soundtrack plays like a dream-movie in itself. There are a dozen songs. Seven of these are Tweedy solo instrumentals, with one new Wilco song, and one new Wilco/Billy Bragg song. The film's star, Robert Sean Leonard, sings another Wilco song, 'The Lonely 1' from Being There. This might be the most affecting song for fans because it's haunting even in its mediocrity. RSL tries to morph the song into some Viper Room lounge ballad, and the fact that he fails works brilliantly somehow. The main riffs from the song, pained and sobbing, work as a main theme for the score, too, emerging in various parts of the instrumentals. The Jimmy Scott version of 'Jealous Guy' sounds nothing like you'd imagine. Instead of Lennon revised as blues, you get Jimmy Scott imitating Brian Ferry, with minimal instrumentals. And the other RSL song is so low-key, it implodes. I'm sounding hypercritical here, not I don't mean to. It all comes together beautifully somehow. This is true night music, more so than summerteeth. Plus you get this cool, weird picture in the booklet of Frank Whaley dressed as a lounge singer, and Wilco as his backing band. I wish there were instumental credits in the booklet, because I'm sure exactly what Steve Zahn does on the RSL songs, since he doesn't sing. This isn't just some old-fashioned rock star movie instrumental like Neil Young's 'Dead Man' or Leonard Cohen's 'McCabe & Miller.' This is a wonderful piece of work in in itself, with deeper reverberations for hard-core Tweedy/Wilco fans.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Tweedy Does it Again! 28 Aug. 2002
By Steve Locke - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Not only is this film good, but the soundtrack explodes in Low-Fi sweet sensational sound. This is a great piece of work by Wilco's frontman Jeff Tweedy. His instrumental tracks often remind me of other work done by equally great bands like Mogwai, Tortoise, etc.
If you liked Yankee Hotel Foxtrot at all, you will enjoy this album. It has songs by Wilco and Tweedy by himself. It also has an Indie-Version of The Lonely One from an earlier Wilco CD. This is well defined Indie-Rock Album with a very subtle juice of Jazz.
There's some very nice work on this Soundtrack.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Basically the first Jeff Tweedy solo album 11 Oct. 2005
By Mike Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is basically the first Jeff Tweedy solo album, although someday, who knows, I hope not, he might fire John Stirratt from Wilco (the only original Wilco member besides Jeff) and we'll discover Wilco was a Jeff Tweedy solo project all along.

The instrumental tracks on this album are very good, and feature good, jabbing guitar from Jeff Tweedy, and good, experimental percussion from Glenn Kotche, Wilco's outstanding drummer and percussionist.

"Promising" is wonderful Wilco song, downtempo, and "When the Roses Bloom Again" is a good outtake from the Billy Bragg and Wilco "Mermaid Avenue" sessions.

"Jealous Guy" is a John Lennon cover sung in a high, raspy voice by Jimmy Scott, and doesn't do much for me other than interrupt the flow of the album.

"The Lonely One" a cover of Wilco song, covered by actors Robert Sean Leonard & Steve Zahn is a sad, simple version of that song, made sadder if you've seen the movie this soundtrack is for and know the fate of the character singing it.

"Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is Calling" is another nice guitar/vocals cover by Robert Sean Leonard and fits the feel of the rest of the album.

Overall, the instrumentals and "Promising" are the best tracks, and make this album worth owning for any Wilco fanatics out there. I like the soundtrack better than the movie it's from, and find it more interesting.
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