(August 2011) () Workers Playtime by Released September 20, 1988 Studio Pavilion Studios, W10 Length 42: 22, Wiggy chronology (1986) 1986 Workers Playtime (1988) (1990) 1990 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating B Workers Playtime is a 1988. Originally released on the label, it is his fourth release but third full-length album.
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But Mermaid Avenue was even more crucial to Bragg and Wilco, producing some of the best (and best-known) songs of the artists’ careers: The supernaturally beautiful “Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key” for Bragg, and the sing-along live favorite “California Stars” and breathtaking ballad “One By One” for Wilco. On the acclaimed Mermaid Avenue albums, Billy Bragg and Wilco put music to lyrics by folk legend Woody Guthrie for which he had not written music or made recordings. Mermaid Avenue: The Complete Sessions includes the original two volumes (the second re-mastered). Billy Bragg / Wilco Mermaid Avenue. AllMusic Rating. This was no minor task -- Guthrie left behind over a thousand sets of complete lyrics written between 1939 and 1967 that had no music other than a vague stylistic notation. Bragg chose a number of songs to finish.
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Wilco has released a full-length documentary film entitled Every Other Summer, about the band's music and arts festival, Solid Sound. Directed by Christoph Green and Brendan Canty of Trixie Films and shot in 2013, it documents the three-day event, which takes place at MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA.
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Why does he roam alone? Is he looking for life on that white winding highway? For his parents dealt him trouble at home.
If you furnish the skull someday I'll pass out the clubs and guns To the billion hands that love My thirty thousand! Each wrinkle on your face I know it at a glance, You cannot run and hide Nor duck nor dodge them. And your carcass and your deeds Will fertilize the seeds Of the men that stood to guard My thirty thousand! Words: Woody Guthrie (1949) Music: Billy Bragg Jay Bennett: banjo, melodica, backing vocal Billy Bragg: guitar, vocal Eliza Carthy: violin Ken Coomer: drums Ben Ivitsky: viola John Stirratt: bass. Ought to Be Satisfied Now You jacked me up and you run me down You nagged at me and you bawled me out You made me leave town and I'm Frisco bound You'd ought to be satisfied now. You took my silver you took my gold You made me believe in every lie that you told You left me a standing out there in the cold You'd ought to be satisfied now.
Is he looking for life on that white winding highway? For his parents dealt him trouble at home.
Well, a lot of people guess Some say no and some say Yes Will it take some and leave some behind? But you will surely know When to the airport go To leave this world behind Oh, a lot of speakers speak And a lot of preachers preach When you lay their salary on the line But to bow your head and pray Is the only earthly way That you can fly to Heaven on time. That you can reach Heaven on time. Your ticket you obtain On this heavenly airline plane You leave your sins behind You have got to take this flight Might be daytime, might be night, But you can't see your way if you're blind Published by Woody Guthrie Publications, Inc.