90s in 90 Days #63-Eleventh Dream Day (10 from 4)

90s in 90 Days #63-Eleventh Dream Day (10 from 4)

In its more than two decades-long history, Eleventh Dream Day has yet to disappoint with its studio releases.  The 90s started with a pair of Dream Day albums on major label Atlantic, continued with an indie release on Atavistic, and ended with the band comfortably at home on celebrated Chicago independent label Thrill Jockey.

Here are ten of the best songs from those four albums:

“After This Time Is Gone” (El Moodio)

“April” (Eighth)

“Bearish on High” (Ursa Major)

“Dream of Sleeping Sheep” (Lived to Tell)

“I Could Be Lost” (Lived to Tell)

“Makin’ Like A Rug” (El Moodio)

“Orange Moon” (Ursa Major)

“There’s This Thing” (Lived to Tell)

“Two Smart Cookies” (Eighth)

“View from the Rim” (Eighth)


90s in 90 Days

Over the course of 90 days (not consecutive, though I’ll try), I’ll be offering up a capsule look at something about Chicago music from the 90s.  It could be a radio memory.  Thoughts on a song, show, band, or album.  Maybe a review aided by hindsight.  Whatever it is, it’ll be original content just for this site, and not found in my book.  

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