Five on Friday Set 128

Posted: Friday, June 29, 2012 by Travis Cody in

As I've said, I shut off the radio a long time ago.  Recently I've been listening to KMTT 103.7 The Mountain here in Seattle, which has introduced me to a ton of great music that I missed.  I thought it would be a nice little summer special to share some of what I've been hearing.

Set 128 features Gin Blossoms. 

Have a great weekend!

Hey Jealousy, written by Doug Hopkins, released in 1993

Found Out About You, written by Doug Hopkins, released in 1994

Allison Road, written by Robin Wilson, released in 1994

Til I Hear It from You, written by Marshall Crenshaw, released in 1995

Follow You Down, written by Johnson/Leon/Rhodes/Valenzuela/Wilson, released in 1996

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  1. Hmmm Never heard of The Gin Blossoms before. They are good musicians, but need better material. To me every song sounds like every other song.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Trav: I've never heard of this group. Thanks for the tunes, tho.

  1. Akelamalu says:

    Not heard of them before, thanks for sharing.

  1. Cherie says:

    I know some of those songs but not all. I'm afraid I can't play today. We had a wildfire south of town last night, which destroyed at least 20 homes, some from our church. Got to go. Later 'gator.

  1. cool tunes. thanks for sharing them.

  1. Jean(ie) says:

    Boy, that takes me back!I was working in cable TV advertising at the time. The person I used to share my office with was a former Louisville, KY DJ. I remember her playing these songs.

    Thanks for the trip down memory lane. You just made me smile and laugh at the good times we had.

  1. Ivanhoe says:

    I must admit I did not recognize any of these. Shame on me! ;)
    Had been listening to lots of classical music lately while reading books. Mozart remains my fave :)

  1. I am not familiar with the Gin Blossoms. Hum.