The varied styles of Uncle Tupelo's co-lead singers/songwriters Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar helped define Alt-Country and create a classic
On episode #38 we're again joined by guest Neal Schmitt to review one of Tim's favorite all-time 90s rock albums, 1991's Still Feel Gone from alt-country pioneers Uncle Tupelo. There is plenty to discuss on our first hour-long episode - the varied songwriting, lyrical and musical styles of co-lead singers/songwriters Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar, and the drumming of Mike Heidorn are rich for review. The discussion leads to this question: has there been another band since Uncle Tupelo that produced a pair of talented singer/songwriters?
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