New Radicals - Maybe you've been brainwashed too: Unfortunately the only album from them as the lead singer couldn't deal with fame/performing. The single, "You get what you give" is arguably the defining song of the 90's.
Neko Case - Blacklisted: Hands down the best female in music today, yet no one seems to know who she is
Joplin is fantastice throughout, especially on "Summertime"
no Dickey Betts, however it marks the return of Warren Haynes and the first studio album featuring Derek Trucks...every track is terrific especially "Woman Across the River," "Instrumental Illness," "Rockin' Horse," & "Firing Line"
released at a time when there was no rock music of this type, punk and disco had taken over, Keith Moon died shortly after release, and "The Music Must Change" is a personal favorite