Top 5 “O” Artists
Our new house is gorgeous, we’re semi-settled, therefore it’s time for the Os.
“O” ended up being a more difficult list to pare down than I had originally expected.
Sorry Ozzy/Ordinary Boys/other offensive omissions!
In a strange pairing, I saw them open for The Wallflowers. Stranger still, the concert started somewhere in the neighbourhood of 6 p.m. Good show though.
Speaking of good, Distorted Lullabies & Precious are a couple of solid records produced by a couple of notable producers (Steve Lillywhite & Ethan Johns, respectively).
Excellent 90s CanCon.
Top notch power pop – I’m surprised they didn’t make it as big as frequent tour mates Weezer. For the last 15 years, they’ve been the better band.
Likable lads? Not so much!
Consistent? Not consistently great at least.
But the highs were very high.
One of the Oasis mid-90s twin peaks is up next, enjoy!