Bringing Down the Horse 

We can drive it home … one one headlight

One Headlight, The Wallflowers

Album #2 from The Wallflowers is released on May 21, 1996 and includes #58 on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Pop Songs. 



She never compromises, loves babies and surprises
Wears hi-heels when she exercises
Ain’t that beautiful
Meet Virginia

Train, Meet Virginia

Train scrounges up $25,000 and self-produces their debut album, released on February 24, 1998. Three singles and over a million albums sold — I think you can call it a good investment.

The 15 Best Drive-By Truckers Songs – Paste

John Verive and the Paste Staff offer up the 15 best DBT songs. Not a bad effort but I have no idea how you can leave “Lookout Mountain” off the list.  Do yourself a favor and listen via the link or you’ll miss Verive and the Paste staff’s reasoning on their picks. All worthy and good.

Source: The 15 Best Drive-By Truckers Songs – Paste

By Your Side

When you feel your heart is breaking
When all your friends are faking
When its giving and no taking
I will be by your side

The Black Crowes, By Your Side

The Black Crowes go back to their roots on January 12, 1999 with “By Your Side.”

I remember a music critic from The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal — Gemma Tarlach — calling it “good, dirty fun.” She nailed it.