Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by leftcoastal, Jul 4, 2019.
Since videos are a thing of the past now....
turn volume to 11
I was a huge Wheel fan, miss the early 90's
Alejandro Escovedo wasn't exactly hidden, but he never reached anything like a mainstream following.
Here's another 90s band that had some great material with a small but committed following:
And another little known group from that time period:
One of my favorite opening riffs of all time
K’s Choice, Not an Addict. Up there with Joey by Concrete Blonde as top 90’s song likely to get me verklempt:
And, that voice!
Trivia break - he is also Sheila E.'s Uncle and Granduncle to Nichole Ritche.
A Chris Whitley sampler, one each from his first three albums, released in 1991, 1995, and 1997:
I still listen to some of the stuff posted above.
School of Fish - “3 Strange Days”
more trivia... I saw Alejandro many times in the late 70s when he was a member of The Nuns, including when The Nuns opened for The Sex Pistols at Winterland. I once played a gig opening for The Zeros who included Alejandro's younger brother Javier. Amazing family
Dang! Like it!
Sounds like an Ian Thornley composition, played by Big Wreck!
Here’s another one that’s very 90s
I could have posted the whole album really
The combination of Johnette and Mankey was magic.....
I was always partial to this one, especially when they do the Lake of Fire part (3:48 in).
Here's my contribution...