Tweedy sprays jagged shards of Neil-inspired electric guitar solos
A mediocre review of Wilco's "A Ghost is Born" in the Evansville CourierPress by Mark Wilson with the obligatory Neil reference:
" The results are both fascinating and frustrating. Stepping into the lead guitar role for most of the record, band leader Jeff Tweedy sprays jagged shards of Neil Young-inspired electric guitar solos across much of the record, especially on the endlessly jamming 'Spiders (Kidsmoke),' which starts monotonously and ends in loud guitar. With avant-rock musician Jim O'Rourke returning to produce after presiding over the band's 2001 studio masterpiece 'Yankee Hotel Foxtrot,' Wilco continue to experiment. "