Dave Galanter
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Nose Norton

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Paste Pot Pete 
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Subj: Re: Coffee and TV (90s Music Fun 27)...
Posted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 at 08:22:26 pm EDT (Viewed 44 times)
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I don't know if I remember this one. It's alright.




I don't consider myself a Madonna fan, but this song and Ray Of Light I really like. Pretty funny video, too. I remember when everyone was quoting Austin Powers movies. It was quite a phenomenon.




This video was strange, in a kind of funny way.




I've always liked this song. A radio friendly pop favorite.




This is a good choice, too. It's got a smokey nightclub sound.




This one has an even smokier nightclub sound. Very good song.




This is an upbeat pop song. Very good. I know the song well, but don't recall the name Sister Hazel.




Probably my favorite Tracy Chapman song. I remember hearing all the stories about Chapman being discovered playing in the train stations of Cambridge, and her being an instant sensation on all the radio stations. Being a local performer, she passed all boundaries and was played on top 40, alternative, softrock and rock stations.


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Another good group. I know you like to cross into different genres from each decade in these posts, so could I request Something To Talk About by Bonnie Raitt? This is a song that was well off my musical path back in the 90's but I absolutely loved it.




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