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|1. Airline To Heaven|
|2. My Flying Saucer|
|3. Feed Of Man|
|4. Hot Rod Hotel|
|5. I Was Born|
|6. Secrets Of The Sea|
|7. Stetson Kennedy|
|8. Remember The Mountain Bed|
|9. Blood Of The Lamb|
|10. Against The Law|
|11. All You Fascists Are Bound To Lose|
|12. Joe DiMaggio Done It Again|
|13. Meanest Man|
|14. Black Wind Blowing|
|15. Someday, Some Morning, Sometime|
Anyone who liked the first Wilco-Bragg-Guthrie collaboration can't miss this one either.
This followup to Volume 1 finds Bragg and Wilco continuing to do their best work (Bragg, especially) with the help of Woody Guthrie's great lyrics.
Woody's vivid mental picture of a day spent in the peaceful woods, along with Wilco's soothing tune, make this my favourite song on the album.
Am happy to receive it in a very short period of time.
I love the songs after watching the movie Inside Llewyn Davis on my CX flight from London to HK . Read more
I bought this CD after hearing the song "Joe DiMaggio's Done It Again" on the radio. I was pleasantly surprised to find that is not the only hopping song on this album. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RosemarieMenassas
It's interesting to read the reviews by the detractors of this album. I find them very biased and short-sighted and would encourage anyone who doesn't know either Mermaid album to... Read morePublished on July 30, 2008 by J. Delci
Im writing this because i beleive one song REMEBER THE MOUNTAIN BED is one,if not the most meaningful,sublime, peices of poetry,prose,songwiting i have ever heard.. Read morePublished on May 17, 2007 by dubub
Admirable collaboration paying tribute to folk hero Guthrie is a serviceable update to an epic legacy, a hard enough feat in itself that garnered much praise. Read more
I got this as a present from a friend. I still don't quite like Wilco, but I learned to like Bragg after this. His sarcasm & reticence combines nicely with Guthrie's lyrics. Read morePublished on June 15, 2006 by W. Pott
My younger brother made a good point, I thought, when he told me this album should never have been made. Read morePublished on October 10, 2005 by Mike Smith
Of course it's not as good as the first. They took the best material they had and used it on Volume 1. Well, mostly. Read morePublished on July 7, 2005 by Ham On Wry
Excellent album; would have preferred more with Billy Bragg as lead vocals, but ah well. Solid overall. Too bad the two best songs - "I Was Born" (with Natalie Merchant (? Read morePublished on September 16, 2004 by Spiderfriend
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