PLAYLIST: 1991 Saturday Morning Flashback November 18, 2023

Playlist: 1991 Saturday Morning Flashback November 18, 2023
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This week, Frank E. Lee brought us back to 1991 - the year that brought iconic grunge albums to record stores, the Chicago based movie “Backdraft” to big screens and the animated Ren & Stimpy to TV screens!

Robbie Robertson - ”Go Back to Your Woods”
Toad the Wet Sprocket - ”All I Want”
Eric Clapton - ”Tears In Heaven”
Poi Dog Pondering - ”Jackass Ginger”
Talking Heads - Sax and Violins”
Red Hot Chili Peppers - ”Breaking The Girl”
Michael McDermott - ”A Wall I Must Climb”
REM - ”Me In Honey”
Matthew Sweet - ”Girlfriend”
Smithereens - ”Top of the Pops”
John Lee Hooker - ”Mr. Lucky” featuring Robert Cray

Pearl Jam - ”Even Flow”
Sting - ”The Soul Cages”
Crowded House - ”Chocolate Cake”
Bonnie Raitt - ”Tangled and Dark”
Chris Whitley - ”Big Sky Country”
Jesus Jones - ”Right Here, Right Now”
Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians - ”So You Think You’re In Love”
School of Fish - ”Three Strange Days”
Genesis - ”No Son of Mine”
Indigo Girls - ”Uncle John’s Band”
John Mellencamp - ”Now More Than Ever”

Violent Femmes - ”American Music”
Buddy Guy - ”Mustang Sally”
The La’s - ”There She Goes”
U2 - ”Tryin’ To Throw Your Arms Around The World”
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - ”Learning To Fly”
Smashing Pumpkins - ”I Am One”
Spin Doctors - ”Little Miss Can’t Be Wrong”
Joe Jackson - ”Oh Well”
Dire Straits - ”Heavy Fuel”
Nirvana - ”In Bloom”
Richard Thompson - ”I Feel So Good”

Next week, Annalisa takes us to 1979 - a year of firsts. The first Sony Walkman, the first McDonald’s Happy Meal, and The Jerk became the first full-length feature film to star Steve Martin. It’s also the year of the Chicago blizzard that dropped more than two feet of snow on Chicagoland.

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