episode 86: Behind The 90’s Music

So, I guess the fortune teller’s right. Should’ve seen just what was there and not some holy light

But you crawled beneath my veins and now. I don’t care, I had no luck.I don’t miss it all that much. There’s just so many things. That I can touch, I’m torn, between which episode of my 90s playlist I like the most. But I’m not out of faith that you will love this podcast, too. Some Outkast, some TLC, some Natalie Umbruglia, and some light banter for our heavy times. This week on Easy Listening – a podcast about podcasts – we introduce you to My 90s Playlist. Teresa Strasser and Gina Grad welcome you to the SHOW!

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My 90’s playlist is in the spotlight this week.  Each week, hosts Tracey Clayton and Akoto Ofori-Atta highlight a 90’s song and discuss why we love it and why it lasts in pop culture.

You can find the website for My 90’s Playlist at My 90s Playlist: The Playlist

Tracey Clayton is on Twitter and Instagram @brokeymcpoverty

Akoto Ofori-Atta is on Twitter and IG @KO_616

Listen to My 90’s Playlist on Apple Podcasts here: ‎My 90s Playlist on Apple Podcasts
We chose to focus on 2 90’s song episodes: 

1) Track 4: Torn by Natalie Imbruglia can be heard here:
Track 4 – Torn by Natalie Imbruglia on Apple Podcasts


2) Track 6: Elevators by OutKast can be heard here:
Track 6 – Elevators by OutKast on Apple Podcasts

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