It’s been quite some time since An Aquarium Drunkard has had the opportunity to feature anything Wilco related, which in a way is a shame given the blog’s namesake.
Directed by the Burn To Shine ducu-series creators, Brendan Canty and Christoph Green, Sunken Treasure does an impressive job establishing the live experience for the viewer, especially Tweedy’s relationship and interaction with the audience.
Recorded and shot in February of 2006, comprised of footage from five of Tweedy’s solo gigs in the Pacific Northwest, the DVD plays out like the majority of Tweedy’s solo performances the past few years. The 17 tracks included on the DVD mix up Tweedy’s sparse, bare bones acoustic treatment on new songs, some Uncle Tupelo nuggets, and new arrangements on familiar tunes in the increasingly vast Wilco canon.

Note: Also included with the DVD is a 24 track free Jeff Tweedy MP3 Download, which is possibly worth the price in itself.

Amazon: Jeff Tweedy – Sunken Treasure: Live in the Pacific Northwest

+ Rbally has the Jeff Tweedy Rocky Mountain Folk Festival show.
+ Visit The Hype Machine for additional Jeff Tweedy MP3s.

One Response to “Jeff Tweedy :: Sunken Treasure DVD”

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