Album Oriented 86: Jeff Buckley and PJ Harvey

We’re wallet chains-deep in the 90s for this episode. After a recap sitting shiva over Fab Four’s Sgt. Pepper’s relegation to the bottom of only one list, Daniel presents Grace, Jeff Buckley’s 1994 masterpiece. Then it’s on to Erich and Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea, PJ Harvey’s 2000 collection. Daniel’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick is solid, but we need to ask: Do we discuss Moody Blues and the INXS biopic miniseries? Will Daniel stay in character as a sexist version of Tom Waits? Will Erich debut our jive radio DJ “Mojo Swap!” sound effect? Listen to find out.

We’re wallet chains-deep in the 90s for this episode. After a recap sitting shiva over Fab Four’s Sgt. Pepper‘s relegation to the bottom of only one list, Daniel presents Grace, Jeff Buckley’s 1994 masterpiece. Then it’s on to Erich and Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea, PJ Harvey’s 2000 collection. Daniel’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick is solid, but we need to ask: Do we discuss Moody Blues and the INXS biopic miniseries? Will Daniel stay in character as a sexist version of Tom Waits? Will Erich debut our jive radio DJ “Mojo Swap!” sound effect? Listen to find out.

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Album Oriented 87: The Beatles and Dolly Parton

Only in the perverse minds of rock critics would the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, regarded by most everyone as one of popular music’s landmark achievements, place down at #87 on the New Musical Express and is *excluded* from Entertainment Weekly’s list altogether. “This is perverse just and makes me angry,” Erich says. “But I’m just going to handle it in the best way I can.” Daniel then tries to talk about Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors album from 1971. Erich’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick from 1969 is groovy because how can it not be it’s from 1969. We hope you will enjoy the show. 

Only in the perverse minds of rock critics would the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, regarded by most everyone as one of popular music’s landmark achievements, place down at #87 on the New Musical Express and be excluded from Entertainment Weekly‘s list altogether. “This is perverse just and makes me angry,” Erich says. “But I’m just going to handle it in the best way I can.” Daniel then tries to talk about Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors album from 1971. Erich’s Mid-Year Kicker Pick from 1969 is groovy because how can it not be it’s from 1969. We hope you will enjoy the show.

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