Okay, before some copyright dweeb tries to attack me for slander, that title is pure sarcasm. It’s a joke.
I hadn’t seen this entertaining summary, but apparently it’s been bouncing around the internest for a while.
Here’s a Blast from the Past, and it’s exactly as I remember it.
[h/t John DiFool]
Here’s a video that I bet you’ve not seen. Jackson Browne with David Lindley, live on Buenafuente, singing a compilation of Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs’ “Stay” and “Love Is Strange,” a 1957 hit by Mickey & Sylvia. (Note that the original version of “Stay” was the shortest song – 99 seconds – ever to become a No. 1 Hit.)
Here’s “Love Is Strange” <—-click) as performed by The Everly Brothers:
“Stay” is perhaps the greatest doowop song of all time, given the amount of doo and the wopness, all compressed into a hit that runs a minute and a half plus 9 seconds. There is only one vid on the Utoobage of the original performance, and here it is:
That makes the requisite number of five videos complete. Have a great weekend folks, and be back here tomorrow for more stuff.