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Jewel, Pieces of You***: Back in '97 I went to Lilith Fair, and Jewel was one of the acts I really wanted to see. She started off with "Foolish Games" and as soon as she stated "You took your coat off and stood in the rain" the skies opened in a wicked spate of rain and thunder, blotting out the sound and even the sight of jewel. Drenched, high, and in lust, it was a wonderful night. We listened to this later that night as we took care of one or two of those states. ;) 8/27/15

Jewel, Pieces of You***: Back in '97 I went to Lilith Fair, and Jewel was one of the acts I really wanted to see. She started off with "Foolish Games" and as soon as she stated "You took your coat off and stood in the rain" the skies opened in a wicked spate of rain and thunder, blotting out the sound and even the sight of jewel. Drenched, high, and in lust, it was a wonderful night. We listened to this later that night as we took care of one or two of those states. ;) 8/27/15

Prince & The New Power Generation, Exodus****: Another NPG album, but this one seems to have a bit more Prince vocalizations (some in a variety of fairly hilarious segue skits), and it's actually a pretty good album in its own right. "Big Fun" is great. "Count the Days" is awesome, and "Hallucination Rain" is brilliant in a slow-jam, psychedelic uplift sort of way. But it's "The Exodus Has Begun" that rises to the top. This one is a hidden gem in the Prince catalog. 5/10/16

Prince & The New Power Generation, Exodus****: Another NPG album, but this one seems to have a bit more Prince vocalizations (some in a variety of fairly hilarious segue skits), and it's actually a pretty good album in its own right. "Big Fun" is great. "Count the Days" is awesome, and "Hallucination Rain" is brilliant in a slow-jam, psychedelic uplift sort of way. But it's "The Exodus Has Begun" that rises to the top. This one is a hidden gem in the Prince catalog. 5/10/16

TGIF - Perfect Strangers! Friday night was my favorite night of the week...oh, and Sunday night :)

TGIF - Perfect Strangers! Friday night was my favorite night of the week...oh, and Sunday night :)

Raekwon, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...***: I liked it, but it often sounded like the same old song being replayed over and over. In other words, there was little variation from track to track, and it left me feeling like this was much longer than it needed to be. I did think the lyrics rocked, and the delivery was quite interesting, but all in all, this was a fairly average recording for me. 8/27/15

Raekwon, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...***: I liked it, but it often sounded like the same old song being replayed over and over. In other words, there was little variation from track to track, and it left me feeling like this was much longer than it needed to be. I did think the lyrics rocked, and the delivery was quite interesting, but all in all, this was a fairly average recording for me. 8/27/15

Wilco, A.M.***: Even in the 90s when music wasn't as readily available as it is, I had a lot of CDs. By the time this came out, I had more than a 1000, and that number continued to grow. Even so, I had to make decisions, and I decided that I wouldn't pursue certain bands or genres for economic reasons of course. Wilco was one of those that I decided not to listen to. I am the worse for it, but now I have time to make up for that. 8/27/15

Wilco, A.M.***: Even in the 90s when music wasn't as readily available as it is, I had a lot of CDs. By the time this came out, I had more than a 1000, and that number continued to grow. Even so, I had to make decisions, and I decided that I wouldn't pursue certain bands or genres for economic reasons of course. Wilco was one of those that I decided not to listen to. I am the worse for it, but now I have time to make up for that. 8/27/15

Spock's Beard, The Light***: This was a fun album to listen to, especially the title track that goes off in so many different directions while floating around a magnificent center. It makes me think of some of the best Genesis tracks. And though this isn't metal by any stretch of the imagination, it does make me think of some of the best Dream Theater tracks as well. I will be paying attention to Leonard Nimoy's Facial Hair a bit more in the future. 8/28/15

Spock's Beard, The Light***: This was a fun album to listen to, especially the title track that goes off in so many different directions while floating around a magnificent center. It makes me think of some of the best Genesis tracks. And though this isn't metal by any stretch of the imagination, it does make me think of some of the best Dream Theater tracks as well. I will be paying attention to Leonard Nimoy's Facial Hair a bit more in the future. 8/28/15

Silverchair, Frogstomp****: This was surprisingly mature considering the boys in the band were just that, boys. All of fifteen years old, Silverchair crafted a post-grunge classic that had depth and breadth. And that album cover has to be one of the best of the 90s as is the title of the album. A great album all the way around. 8/27/15

Silverchair, Frogstomp****: This was surprisingly mature considering the boys in the band were just that, boys. All of fifteen years old, Silverchair crafted a post-grunge classic that had depth and breadth. And that album cover has to be one of the best of the 90s as is the title of the album. A great album all the way around. 8/27/15

Garbage, Garbage****: I dig the shit out of this album. Some of it for the obvious reasons: good music, strong female vocalist, great lyrics. But I think there's some not so obvious reasons I dig this one as well. The whole atmosphere on this is incredible, and I attribute that to the fantastic production values. It helps when you have Butch Vig in the band, but I also believe the other two guys are producers as well. Anyway, great album. 8/27/15

Garbage, Garbage****: I dig the shit out of this album. Some of it for the obvious reasons: good music, strong female vocalist, great lyrics. But I think there's some not so obvious reasons I dig this one as well. The whole atmosphere on this is incredible, and I attribute that to the fantastic production values. It helps when you have Butch Vig in the band, but I also believe the other two guys are producers as well. Anyway, great album. 8/27/15

Foo Fighters, Foo Fighters****: I wasn't a big fan of the Foos when this first came out. I was still in my Nirvana-wasn't-that-great phase. I assumed that this was a pale attempt to reproduce that band by the drummer who had somehow switched to the guitar and vocals. How wrong I was. Now, 20 years later, I see Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters as ambassadors of rock, working diligently to keep it alive. And he's a damn fine songwriter too. I enjoy this album much more now than I did then…

Foo Fighters, Foo Fighters****: I wasn't a big fan of the Foos when this first came out. I was still in my Nirvana-wasn't-that-great phase. I assumed that this was a pale attempt to reproduce that band by the drummer who had somehow switched to the guitar and vocals. How wrong I was. Now, 20 years later, I see Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters as ambassadors of rock, working diligently to keep it alive. And he's a damn fine songwriter too. I enjoy this album much more now than I did then…

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