Tue, 1 February 2022
Part 1 of my conversation with guest Phil Stacey about our favorite music of 1989.
- Recorded via Zoom during a blizzard
- In '89, Jay turned 22 and graduated from college, Phil turned 20
- Early seeds of Seattle and Manchester sound
- GNR became huge
- Milli Vanilli was enjoying some short-lived success
-Big year for pop
- Phil's non-top 5 albums: Bob Mould, The Cure, B-52s, Stone Roses, The Ocean Blue, XTC, De La Soul, Replacements, Joe Jackson, Galaxie 500, Fugazi, RHCP, Lenny Kravitz, Tragically Hip, Indigo Girls, Bonnie Raitt, Tin Machine, Lou Reed, Dylan, McCartney, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Stones, Grateful Dead
- George Jefferson, prog fan
- Phil saw Stones, Who, McCartney, the Dead, the Cure, B-52s; Jay saw R.E.M., Elvis Costello
- Jay: Faith No More, Soundgarden, Elvis Costello, Cult, Mudhoney, Buffalo Tom, Nine Inch Nails
- To be continued
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