Tag: 1995

Song Of The Day: Fitz Of Depression, “I’m The Man”

This fantastic cover of a Joe Jackson classic gives us a moment to remember Mikey Dees, the late frontman of Fitz of Depression, who passed away this week.

Song Of The Day: Pansy Division, “Valentine’s Day”

A perennial favorite, and a dedication to the lovelorn today.

Song Of The Day: Teenage Fanclub, “Sparky’s Dream”

Taken from the Sony release, Grand Prix.

Song Of The Day: Victoria Williams & The Loose Band, “Over The Rainbow”

Taken from the Fire Records release, Victoria Williams & The Loose Band: Town Hall 1995.

Song Of The Day: Buffalo Tom, “Summer”

A little song to mark the transition from Summer to Fall.

Song Of The Day: Randy Crawford, “Give Me The Night” (Chill Night Mix)

Taken from the Big Break Records release, Naked And True: Expanded Edition.

Song Of The Day: Alex Chilton, “Lies”

Taken from the forthcoming Omnivore Recordings release, A Man Called Destruction.

Basia: The Sweetest Illusion (Cherry Pop)

Polish jazz-pop vocalist Basia’s third album was a rewarding maturation of the sounds that had brought her international success four years previous, and this expanded edition highlights just how fantastic this album was, even as it served to be her final major solo release.

Song Of The Day: The Karl Hendricks Trio, “What Everyone Else Calls Fun”

We were saddened to learn of the death of Karl Hendricks, which led us to revisiting this classic single, which was both his debut for Merge Records and our introduction to him.

Mike Watt: “ring spiel” tour ’95 (Columbia/Legacy)

This superb live document from 1995 captures legendary bassist Mike Watt fronting a tight band of alt-rock legends.