So, I love this song Funky Céilí, it’s just so catchy. Black 47 had a hit on their hands in 1993, and I kind of thought we’d be hearing a lot more of them going forward.
Maybe this isn’t Pearl Jam’s greatest song. But I think it’s their catchiest.
Love and her band Hole were no musical hanger-ons. They had some great songs.
“Wake Up Dolores” is definitely my favorite song by Los Lobos, and is from a fantastic 1992 album, Kiko.
I heard Shawn Colvin in the 1990s but I didn’t listen enough. She’s good.
Is there a more evil song than Possum Kingdom by The Toadies?
Give the Black Eyed Man album a listen. Murder, Tonight, in the Trailer Park is a fairly laid back tune that accentuates the story in the lyrics and especially Margo Timmins’ vocals. If you don’t love her singing after hearing this song, not sure what the issue is
There was a time when I thought Sarah McLachlan was going to be the biggest new music star of the 1990s. That didn’t happen, but she put out some great music.
Do you hear the Neil Young in this song? Minnesoter is a 1997 song by The Dandy Warhols, but close your eyes. Isn’t this a really good Neil Young song?
Mmmbop by Hanson was one of the best pop songs of the 90s. It kind of reminds me of an ABBA song, just a little island of something else in an era of Seattle sound and rap that people enjoyed.