​Wilco Ready Expanded Reissues of 'A.M.' and 'Being There'

Both re-releases will come loaded with a bevy of bonus tracks
​Wilco Ready Expanded Reissues of 'A.M.' and 'Being There'
Despite naming their most recent studio album Schmilco, Wilco haven't completely given up. The long-running alt-country outfit have just revealed plans to reissue their first two records.
A.M. (1995) and Being There (1996) will both be given the deluxe treatment, with reissues of both albums expected out December 1 via Rhino.
A.M. will arrive on CD and double-LP sets, featuring eight previously unreleased bonus songs, including Tweedy's final Uncle Tupelo recording "When You Find Trouble" and an early version of "Outtasite (Outta Mind)."
Being There, meanwhile, will get an even more extravagant update, with both five-CD and four-LP sets. The extra discs boast 15 previously unreleased bonus songs and a four-song KCRW set from the album's original era. The CD and digital versions also include a 20-song live set recorded at the Troubadour in Hollywood on November 12, 1996.
Both albums will be treated to 2,500 limited-edition coloured vinyl releases. See full details and pre-order both reissues over here.

Below, hear a new live recording of A.M. track "Passenger Side" via Rolling Stone.
Schmilco was released last year. The band have since followed it up with a surprise benefit single titled "All Lives, You Say?"