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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by IMMusicRulz, Sep 18, 2021.
There is one I have forgotten... I was singing the chorus." She's a vegetarian but she sure likes the bone". What band sang that or should keep forgetting?
Chantal Kreviazuk - definitely a bright spot in the 90s for me. I loved this entire album - not only is there not a bad song on it, but every song is stellar. She’s Canadian and came to Moncton a couple of times - great live performer - even just her solo on the piano.
Edit: She had a huge hit with a cover of “leavin on a jet plane” that was featured on the Armageddon sound track, but I feel the rest of her music is undervalued for the most part.
Google says Deadeye Dick, "New Age Girl"
Screwed up sound from YT, but what can you do?
One my favorite Texas bands of the 90’s:
I want to like every post in this thread.
Another great Texas band:
…and another great Texas band with the same rhythm section:
their first live album is out in November. Two live sets - one in CBGBs before Strap It On, and the other from Big Day Out in Melbourne. Should be epic
Anything by Elliot Smith, and At The Drive In.
I wasn't aware of that. I would not have included them if I had known. Now I do!
The group Del Amitri:
Several great songs
Here's one I particularly like,
Let's kiss this thing goodbye
They were pretty much forgotten even during their own time. Not many people knew of them then. Now they're not only forgotten, but deeply forgotten.
Agreed, "deeply forgotten" implies they actually were roundly appreciated at some point, not just that (someone thinks) they deserved it and didn't ever get it.
I had the opposite reaction, Radiohead? Nirvana? C'mon, nobody has forgotten them.
Tommy Shannon's recovery song...
This was a fantastic record..
Digable Planets has done some touring in the last few years. Blowout Comb was fantastic but this was the tune that first grabbed me.
Curve - Fait Accompli
A veritable Fender-Fest