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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by puddin, Jul 13, 2019.
I'm happy to know that Axl Rose got those moves perfected by the time he moved to L.A.
I LOVE everything about this song and video!
Okay now, I am a big fan of Nile Rodgers, and that is really good!!
Here's a couple of classics...
Gail and Dale doing one of the newer songs:
A cultural collision the likes of which few have ever seen. Thanks for sharing. It could only have been more perfect if Lawrence Welk himself, in his showbiz German accent, would have would have introduced this performance. "Wun toke over da line Sveet Cheesus".
Keep em coming!
More from Lawrence Welk:
Hard to believe that several years later the little guy on the sax and the others would hit it big with the Peppermint Twist, Hot Pastrami, etc.
Never noticed that! I don't know, the whole Joe Meek enterprise was always a little sketchy. Speaking of which, the inimitable Heinz Burt was really pumping that bass.
He can also be seen in Live It Up aka Sing and Swing, where he is in a fictional band with David Hemmings and Steve Marriott on drums. In that movie, Hemmings' dad gave him something like two weeks to make it big with his rock band. Imagine how many broken dreams could have been avoided in the 1960s if only the artists stuck to a two week time-table.
I think this one covers all three categories.
It's just a different age. Everything if more casual now. I remember when you got dressed to go out to dinner but now there are few places that require a coat, etc.
Styles change. "Business casual" is more widespread. Wearing shirts untucked is fashionable.
My brother is 80 and he still dresses in something nice everyday: khakis or better with a button down sport shirt. I'm 70 and I'm rarely in anything other than blue jeans or shorts.
Hell, the Beatles went from suits to bell bottoms in a matter of a few years.
It's all good.
FWIW, did Roy Orbison have the most dynamic voice with the most vocal range of all time in Pop/Rock history?