Album #2 from The Wallflowers is released on May 21, 1996 and includes #58 on Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Pop Songs.
The debut album from BoDeans — produced by T Bone Burnett — is released on April 16, 1986. Good stuff was to follow for sure but this is the one for me.
She never compromises, loves babies and surprisesTrain, Meet Virginia
Wears hi-heels when she exercises
Ain’t that beautiful
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.
Grace Potter worked a cover of Fleetwood Mac‘s “Gold Dust Woman” into “After Midnight” by JJ Cale last night.
The roots-rockers’ politically charged 12th album reminds us why they’re one of our most vital bands.
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.
When you feel your heart is breakingThe Black Crowes, By Your Side
When all your friends are faking
When its giving and no taking
I will be 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.