Jeff Tweedy

THE WILCO LOFT, mythical place in the contemporary rock, more like the huge site of recreation of a big boy named Jeff Tweedy. Buried in the vulgarity of a neighborhood of working-class North of Chicago, between restaurants that serve scrambled eggs and watery coffee and tires at discount shops, rehearse for 10 years the band that Tweedy leads, one of the most influential of the past two decades. Here have also recorded The whole love (PIAS), his latest album, in the gaps that snatch to the clutter of objects peterpanescos, as hundreds of antique instruments, bunk beds where fall dead after a quarrel with the missus, books of the postmodern writer John Barth that inspire the Wilco lyrics or the class of Persian carpets on which act on stages around the world before their fansone of the most loyal legions of business..