I remember when "Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars", the debut album by Edie Brickell and New Bohemians, came out. It was different than anything else on the radio - a little lazy, a little light-hearted. I had never seen anyone open their mouth as far as Edie Brickell when she sang. All in all, this brought a new, fresh sound to radio, and it was fantastic.
And, by the way.... it's Edie Brickell and New Bohemians. If Edie had her way (and many years later, she did), her name would not have been above the title.
By the time their second album - "Ghost of a Dog" - came out, listeners had moved on, and it flopped commercially. However, the first single from that great album deserves some notice. They retained their hippieesque sound, while adding a more rock feel, and it worked well.
Well, that 2nd album's failure was enough to bust up the band, and so, Edie went on her own. She married Paul Simon, too, but that's not important right now. What is important is that she recorded a solo album, the first single of which was a song called "Good Times". It's a much more adult-contemporary song than anything New Bohemians did. And, really, it wasn't a hit song.....
...... but it did come with Windows 95. This video is on your Windows 95 CD. Go ahead. Take a look. I'll wait while you dig it out.