Monday, January 4, 2010

Record Club Project: Feist + Jeff Tweedy + Beck = Video

Record Club: Skip Spence "Broken Heart" from Beck Hansen on Vimeo.

Good morning Vietnam! Ready to go back to work today? You know you are!

They are five months in now, mentions Beck, to the Record Club project. Calling upon some of today's seminal Americana, rock and folk hero's, Beck hopes to further extend his musical footprint by reworking some classic records; the only limitation, an entire album music be recorded in-full, in one day. It is an organic and off-the-cuff working environment with little to no rehearsal and a grab-it-and-go mentality. For this, the third installment of the Record Club project, Beck & Co. join forces to tackle Skip Spence's (former drummer for Jefferson Airplane) 1969, one-and-only record, Oar. Tracks are released from the sessions once a week and this week's track, "Broken Heart," comes courtesy of Feist and Wilco's Jeff Tweedy -- two modern musicians that need no real introduction.

See more videos from this album's recording session including appearances by Jamie Lidell, Nels Cline and more from Feist after the jump.

"Weighted Down (Feat. Feist and Nels Cline)"

Record Club: Skip Spence "Weighted Down" from Beck Hansen on Vimeo.

"War in Peace"

Record Club: Skip Spence "War In Peace" from Beck Hansen on Vimeo.

"Cripple Creek (Feat. Jamie Lidell and Beck)"

Record Club: Skip Spence "Cripple Creek" from Beck Hansen on Vimeo.

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