This time to conclude the five part series on the evolution of classic rock, the 90s to now. We figure that if anybody has any business summarizing 35 years in 25 minutes, it's Jeff, after 40 years of spinning records on the radio.
Now the conclusion of this 5-parter that started in the decade in which rock and roll was born in the U.S.A. And then the 1950s gave way to the British invasion, and then the seventies and eighties, and then the broad term Classic Rock, would slowly let in another decade. We love the 90's, because much of it sounded rather unlike MOST of what had come before, and much of it was entirely inspired by what had been. So, a review of the nineties and Jeff summarizes what happened to music, starting with Napster.