Interesting article I stumbled upon with John Stirratt ,

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I check in daily
I'm years away from retirement

Just caught Mike Cooley, Scott Miller and Warren's Christmas Jam (night 2) in the last 2 weeks.
Still going strong youngins!
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https://youtu.be/rcypre4BUas

https://youtu.be/Uq6OOVQ9wZg

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Still really enjoy my job, but I'm looking forward to retirement.

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Lucky bastards, I'm looking at 5-7

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I try to remember to look at least once a week. I have 31/2 years left.

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I check in pretty regularly hoping to see some of the old gang from the past. Two more years until retirement, what about you?

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farrarfan1 wrote:Hello Douglas.
Hi Tom,
Glad to see you’re still checking in. Retired yet?

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Does anybody know where I can read this interview presently? The original link is dead, as you might imagine.

Tim in the ATL

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Hello Douglas.

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Post by princess buttercup »

i am amused that the writer says Jay Bennett went AWOL

good interview

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Post by Momo »

I think Stirrat is dead-on about Straightaways. Disagree about WST, which wasnt as good as Trace but was in fact active and restless. Straightface and Medicine Hat are two of his best songs ever and both had real unique sounds to boot. Straightface mixed Bob Dylan with Public Enemy. Medicine Hat belongs on the next Harry Smith anthology in fifty years. But it had a modern sound. Great stuff.

Stirrat was real candid here too. Points for that. Farrar probably changes his Wilco answers for every interview. Ten years later, cant blame him.

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Post by rgk »

thanks for forwarding. I don't think i've ever seen an article where John S said anything. He's always taking the back seat to Jeff. Seems like a good guy.....
Although i'm sure we all disagree about what he thinks of the 2nd and 3rd Son Volt albums.

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media , who needs em right ?

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Post by stevie »

I don't know where the interviewer read that Jay hadn't listened to any Wilco. He said in an interview that he had heard the 1st 3 and liked them but hadn't got round to YHF yet. The usual journalistic half truths in the search for a story then.

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