YTAA Book Discussion This Week: Jeff Tweedy’s ‘Let’s Go (So we can get back)

Jeff Tweedy Book

Our last on-air book discussion of 2018 focuses on Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back) by Wilco frontman and Uncle Tupelo co-founder Jeff Tweedy. Guests in the studio include Jeremy Siegrist of The Typical Johnsons and musician and supermusicfan Mandy Jewell who will share their ideas about the book. This interesting book covers Tweedy’s life experiences, personal biography and his work in Uncle Tupelo and Wilco.

If you have comments and thoughts about the book, feel free to share those with us in the discussion section of the event page or email us at drjytaa@gmail.com. We will also open the phone line during the show so that those listening can join in on the conversation as well.

As always you can listen along online at WUDR.udayton.edu OR 99.5 & 98.1fm in Dayton, Ohio from 3-6pm Tuesday, December 18th!

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YTAA Music Book Review Show

ImageThis week we are taking on music books, books about bands, books written by musicians and songs about books. Join us this Tuesday as Your Tuesday Afternoon Alternative discusses books on music in all their varied and delightful forms!

Help us select our YTAA Book Read for this year by voting in our poll! What books about musicians, bands, songs, etc… captivated your imagination? Call in, email or tweet us with your thoughts on books about music (937-229-2774, drjwudr on gmail, and drjwudr on the ol’ twitter).   Vote in our Poll on which book we all need to read! 

And, of course, you can expect lots of brand new music, Mrs. Dr. J’s summer dance party, and an area show review so you know what to do with your weekend!

Join us from 3-6pm tomorrow for another show on WUDR!DrJ

Some New Stuff – you can always use more stuff!

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Big Head Todd & The Monsters – “Black Beehive” (with eight bonus tracks and an 11×17 deluxe lithograph of the album artwork on heavy stock; producer: Steve Jordan; Hear hereMP3) (Shout! Factory)

Broken Bells (side project of Danger Mouse and the Shins’ James Mercer) – “After the Disco” (first single: “Holding On For Life”; Hear hereVinylMP3) (Columbia)

John Butler Trio – “Flesh & Blood” (first single: “Only One”Hear hereRead hereVinylMP3) (Vanguard)

The Haden Triplets (Tanya, Rachel and Petra Haden) – “The Haden Triplets” (includes covers of the Carter Family, Nick Lowe, Bill Monroe, the Louvin Brothers, etc.; producer: Ry Cooder; Read hereVinyl;MP3) (Third Man)

Dirk Powell (Americana multi-instrumentalist) – “Walking Through Clay” (guests: the late Levon Helms and his daughter Amy; Hear hereMP3) (Sugar Hill)

Wild Moccasins (Houston indie-pop quintet) – “88 92” (Hear hereSee hereLP + MP3) (New West)

Xiu Xiu (avant-garde group from San Jose, Calif.) – “Angel Guts: Red Classroom” (producer: John Congleton; Hear hereRead hereVinylMP3) (Polyvinyl)

REISSUES

GD-picksGrateful Dead – “Dick’s Picks Vol. 20: Capital Centre, Landover, MD 9/25/76” (four CDs) (Razor & Tie)

Small Faces – “Here Come the Nice: The Immediate Years 1967-1969 [Box set]” (Amazon-exclusive collection containing four CDs, 75 tracks, with a 72-page hardbound coffee-table book and many other extras; limited to 3,000 copies worldwide, personally signed by members Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan; See hereTrack list) (Charly / Snapper Music Group)

MUSIC BOOKS

The Beatles – “All The Songs: The Story Behind Every Beatles Release [Kindle]” (authors: Jean-Michel Guesdon, Philippe Margotin; preface by Patti Smith) (Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers)

The Beatles – “The Beatles Are Here! 50 Years After the Band Arrived in America, Writers, Musicians & Other Fans Remember [Paperback]” (author: Penelope Rowlands) (Algonquin Books)

The Beatles – “Six Days that Changed the World, February 1964 [Hardcover]” (photos by Bill Eppridge) (Rizzoli)

Ringo Starr – “Octopus’s Garden [Hardcover]” (children’s book based on the Beatles song; illustrator:Ben Cort) (Aladdin)

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Things to Explore!

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MUSIC

Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks – “Wig Out At Jagbags” (producers: Malkmus, Remko Schouten; listen hereVinylMP3) (Matador)

The Style Council – “Our Favourite Shop [MP3]” (1985 album) (Polydor)

Broken Bells – “After the Disco,” (Columbia)

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The Nightbeast performs

“Paid & Rowdy,” by The Nightbeast (Modern Short Stories)

 

 

 

 

Peter Gabriel – “Scratch My Back & I’ll Scratch Yours” (his 2010 album of covers, paired with the 2013 all-star covers of Gabriel songs; Read about it hereVinylMP3) (Real World)

MUSIC BOOKS

The Beatles – “TIME – The Beatle Invasion: The inside story of the two-week tour that rocked America [Hardcover]” (author: Bob Spitz) (Time)

Howard Goodall – “The Story of Music: From Babylon to the Beatles: How Music Has Shaped Civilization [Hardcover]” (available on the Kindle) (Time)

Angélique Kidjo – “Spirit Rising: My Life, My Music [Hardcover]” (co-author: Rachel Wenrick; foreword by Desmond Tutu; available on the Kindle) (Harper Collins)

More Stuff to Check Out

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Black Flag (Greg Gin, Ron Reyes and Gregory Moore) – “What the … [MP3]” (22-track album is their first since 1985; Hear hereRead hereVinylCD) (SST)

Boston – “Life, Love & Hope” (their first album since 2002’s “Corporate America”; includes some vocals from the late Brad Delp; Hear hereRead hereMP3) (Frontiers)

Marshall Crenshaw – “Driving and Dreaming [MP3]” (four-song EP), “I Don’t See You Laughing Now [MP3]” (four-song EP; Hear here) (Red River Entertainment, Dec. 2)

Glen Hansard (of The Frames and The Swell Season) – “Drive All Night” (four-song EP; guests: Eddie Vedder, Jake Clemons; Hear hereVinylMP3) (ANTI- / Epitaph)

Lou Reed – “Playlist: The Very Best of Lou Reed” (RCA / Legacy)

DVD / BLU-RAY

The Rutles – “All You Need Is Cash [Blu-ray]” (1978 mockumentary; See hereRead hereBlu-ray/DVD) (Video Services Corp.)

The Stone Roses – “Made of Stone [DVD]” (new documentary directed by Shane Meadows will be shown in select theaters this month; See hereBlu-ray) (MVD Entertainment Group)

BOOKS

Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull – “A Passion Play: The Story Of Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull [Paperback]” (author: Brian Rabey) (Soundcheck Books LLP)

Brian Epstein – “The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story [Hardcover