I’m Alive is the tenth album by American singer-songwriter Jackson Browne, released in 1993. The title track, “I’m Alive”, reached No. 18 on the Album Rock Tracks chart and No. 28 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Other singles released from the album were “Everywhere I Go” (UK No. 67) and “Sky Blue and Black”.
“I’m Alive” – 5:01
“My Problem Is You” – 4:40
“Everywhere I Go” – 4:36
“I’ll Do Anything” – 4:31
“Miles Away” – 3:52
“Too Many Angels” – 6:04
“Take This Rain” – 4:49
“Two of Me, Two of You” – 2:56
“Sky Blue and Black” – 6:06
“All Good Things” – 4:28
This week on the Sounds of The 90’s we feature the year 1993.
This week on the 90’s Classic Countdown we go back to October 16, 1993 and feature the Top 40 Hits of the week live with Ron Kovacs on RadioMaxMusic.
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Get a Grip is the 11th studio album by American rock band Aerosmith, released on April 20, 1993 by Geffen Records. Get a Grip was the band’s last studio album to be released by Geffen before they returned to Columbia Records.
Get a Grip featured guests including Don Henley, who sang backup on “Amazing”, and Lenny Kravitz, who offered backup vocals and collaboration to “Line Up”. As on Permanent Vacation and Pump, this album featured numerous song collaborators from outside the band including: Desmond Child, Jim Vallance, Mark Hudson, Richie Supa, Taylor Rhodes, Jack Blades and Tommy Shaw.
Get a Grip became Aerosmith’s best-selling studio album worldwide, achieving sales of over 20 million copies, and is tied with Pump for their second best-selling album in the United States, selling over 7 million copies as of 1995. This also made it their third consecutive album with US sales of at least five million. Two songs from the album won Grammy Awards for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, in 1993 and 1994. The album was voted Album of the Year by Metal Edge readers in the magazine’s 1993 Readers’ Choice Awards, while “Livin’ on the Edge” was voted Best Video. -Wikipedia
Today’s installment of Feature Year goes back to 1993, 6pm ET on RadioMaxMusic
January 6 – Dizzy Gillespie, American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, and composer (b. 1917) Died
January 12 – Zayn Malik, British singer of the band call One Direction
January 19 – IBM announces a $4.97 billion loss for 1992, the largest single-year corporate loss in United States history to date.
January 20 – Bill Clinton succeeds George H.W. Bush as the 42nd President of the United States.
February 14 – Shane Harper, American actor and singer
February 19 – Victoria Justice, American actress and singer
February 26 – World Trade Center bombing: In New York City, a van bomb parked below the North Tower of the World Trade Center explodes, killing 6 and injuring over 1,000.
February 28 – Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents raid the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, with a warrant to arrest leader David Koresh on federal firearms violations. Four agents and 5 Davidians die in the raid and a 51-day standoff begins.
March 4 – Bobbi Kristina Houston Brown, American singer
March 8 – Billy Eckstine, American musician (b. 1914) Died
March 11 – Janet Reno is confirmed by the United States Senate and sworn in the next day, becoming the first female Attorney General of the United States.
March 15 – Alyssa Reid, Canadian singer/songwriter
April 2 – Aaron Kelly, American singer
April 19 – A 51-day stand-off at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas, ends with a fire that kills 76 people, including David Koresh.
April 25 – Shiloh, Canadian singer-songwriter
April 29 – Héctor Lavoe, Puerto Rican salsa singer (b. 1946) Died
April 29 – Mick Ronson, English rock guitarist (b. 1946) Died
April 30 – Tennis star Monica Seles is stabbed in the back by an obsessed fan of rival Steffi Graf at a tournament in Hamburg, Germany.
May 30 – Sun Ra, American jazz musician (b. 1914) Died
June 5 – Conway Twitty, American musician (b. 1933) Died
June 27 – U.S. President Bill Clinton orders a cruise missile attack on Iraqi intelligence headquarters in the Al-Mansur District of Baghdad, in response to an Iraqi plot to assassinate former U.S. President George H. W. Bush during his visit to Kuwait in mid-April.
June 28 – GG Allin, American punk singer (b. 1956) Died
July 7 – Mia Zapata, American punk musician (b. 1965) Died
July 27 – Windows NT 3.1, the first version of Microsoft’s line of Windows NT operating systems, is released to manufacturing.
August 1 – Leon Thomas III, American actor and singer
August 2 – Manika, American singer-songwriter
September 9 – Helen O’Connell, American singer (b. 1920) Died
October 9 – Scotty McCreery, American singer
October 17 – Criss Oliva, American Musician (b. 1963) Died
October 26 – Harold Rome, American composer (b. 1908) Died
December 5 – Doug Hopkins, American musician (b. 1961)
December 7 – Jasmine Villegas, American singer
December 18 – Charizma, American hip hop artist (b. 1973)