Anyone who hasn't seen a Wilco show since before they became the Jeff Tweedy Experience might wonder how the alt-country flagship group came to be embraced by the jam band scene. The two-disc Kicking Television: Live In Chicago - recorded over four nights at the Vic Theatre in May - should explain everything. Remember when Wilco would knock out a short 'n' snappy punk rock version of Passenger Side just for kicks? They don't do that any more. In fact, there's nothing here from A.M., nor are there any songs haunted by the spirits of disgruntled ex-employees. Instead, you get boldly self-indulgent extrapolations of recent jams, with extra guitar and/or keyboard wank thrown in the middle (and sometimes at the end), perfect for a game of hacky-sack or just letting your limbs flow freaky with your tie-dyed brethren. Can't wait till Tweedy hires that second drummer!