Hidden 90's rock gems

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  1. leftcoastal

    leftcoastal Member

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    Since videos are a thing of the past now....

    :dude turn volume to 11



     
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    Great song!!

    MF
     
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    I was a huge Wheel fan, miss the early 90's
     
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    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:

     
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    One of my favorite opening riffs of all time

     
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    K’s Choice, Not an Addict. Up there with Joey by Concrete Blonde as top 90’s song likely to get me verklempt:


     
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    Trivia break - he is also Sheila E.'s Uncle and Granduncle to Nichole Ritche.
     
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    A Chris Whitley sampler, one each from his first three albums, released in 1991, 1995, and 1997:


     
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    I still listen to some of the stuff posted above.

    Here’s another:

    School of Fish - “3 Strange Days”

     
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    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
     
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    Dang! Like it!

    Sounds like an Ian Thornley composition, played by Big Wreck!
     
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    Here’s another one that’s very 90s



    I could have posted the whole album really
     
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    The combination of Johnette and Mankey was magic.....
     
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    I was always partial to this one, especially when they do the Lake of Fire part (3:48 in).



    Here's my contribution...



     

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