Tag: 1999

Song Of The Day: Tripping Daisy, “Soothing Jubilee”

The Recoup Song Of The Day for Tuesday, March 9th is “Soothing Jubilee” by Tripping Daisy, taken from the Good Records release Tripping Daisy.

Song Of The Day: Spoon, “Lines In The Suit (30 Minutes Old)”

The Recoup Song Of The Day for Friday, February 26th is “Lines In The Suit (30 Minutes Old)” by Spoon.

Kevin Rowland: My Beauty (Cherry Red)

In 1999, Dexys Midnight Runners frontman Kevin Rowland released My Beauty, his second solo album. Unfortunately, the album was instantly overshadowed by its (un)controversial cover, amongst other problems. Twenty years later, the album finally gets the loving reissue and reevaluation it deserves.

Song Of The Day: The Shins, “New Slang (When You Notice The Stripes)”

The Recoup Song Of The Day for Wednesday, January 8, 2020 is “New Slang (When You Notice The Stripes) by The Shins, taken from the Sub Pop release, When I Goose-Step.

Song Of The Day: The Chemical Brothers, “Out Of Control (21 Minutes Of Madness Mix)”

Taken from Surrender: Twentieth Anniversary Edition, out now on Virgin Records.

Song Of The Day: Yonder Mountain String Band, “Darkness And Light”

Taken from the Frog Pad Records release, Elevation.

My Morning Jacket: The Tennessee Fire: 20th Anniversary Edition (Darla Records)

The auspicious debut album of Louisville, Kentucky rockers My Morning Jacket might not fully possess the potent spark that would define the band’s later recordings, but there’s enough strong evidence here that the young band knew they had something special.

My Morning Jacket: The Tennessee Fire: 20th Anniversary Edition (Darla Records)

The auspicious debut album of Louisville, Kentucky rockers My Morning Jacket might not fully possess the potent spark that would define the band’s later recordings, but there’s enough strong evidence here that the young band knew they had something special.

Ryuichi Sakamoto: BTTB (Milan Records)

In 1999, Japanese electronic composer Ryuichi Sakamoto decided to address the coming new millennium with an album that hearkened back to Classical sounds of the early 20th Century, resulting in one of his most sublime albums to date.

Ryuichi Sakamoto: BTTB (Milan Records)

In 1999, Japanese electronic composer Ryuichi Sakamoto decided to address the coming new millennium with an album that hearkened back to Classical sounds of the early 20th Century, resulting in one of his most sublime albums to date.