photos by Jessica Amaya

Wilco
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"Wilco gets everything backwards.

Rock bands are supposed to start small, releasing music on obscure, independent labels, and working their way up to a major record company contract. Wilco, though, began their career on a major label subsidiary in 1994, divorced it to release 2001's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, signed to another subsidiary, and, four studio albums and one Grammy later, decided to start their own indie imprint, dBpm Records. Their first release on that label, The Whole Love, is out today." [The Atlantic]

Like they did on Thursday, Wilco headlined a show at Rumsey Playfield aka Central Park Summerstage on Friday night, but Friday's show was much wetter. Pictures and setlist from that one, and a video that gives you a "behind the scenes look at the pressing of Wilco's new record" (which is $5.99 for the MP3s at Amazon) are in this post. Check it all out below...

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Wilco Concert Setlist at Central Park, New York, NY, USA
on September 23, 2011

One Sunday Morning
Art Of Almost
I Might
Poor Places
Bull Black Nova
I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
Pot Kettle Black
Impossible Germany
Black Moon
California Stars
Born Alone
Handshake Drugs
Heavy Metal Drummer
Whole Love
Standing O
Passenger Side
Dawned On Me
A Shot in the Arm

Encore:
Misunderstood
Jesus, Etc.
Walken
I'm the Man Who Loves You
Red-Eyed and Blue
I Got You (At the End of the Century)
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