Friday, September 19, 2008

Friday Night Flashbacks

For the 14th installment of FNF (has summer flown by or what?), I submit piano pop from Vangelis, the composer of "Chariots of Fire." This song, which is empowering and thus a favorite running tune, is from the movie "Mutiny on the Bounty." Note Mel Gibson pondering a tirade.

Also good Vangelis here from "Blade Runner," a favorite 1982 movie. Since Dori doesn't like Vangelis, it's time to make momma happy with The Babys' "Everytime I Think of You." Admit it ... all of you want to sing back up to this song.

Time to make daddy happy with the Pointer Sisters.

This one's a request from my friend Chuck. Hard to believe Bobby Caldwell is not African-American.

Bobby Caldwell - What You Won't Do for Love

1 comment:

ChuckEastNashville said...

Jim, thanks for the four-in-a-row without commercial interrupstion videos. They are tracked, stacked and ready for playback, to paraphrase The Wolfman. I agree Bobby Caldwell may have challenged some preconceived notions.

The Pointer Sisters have a brother, Aaron, an NFL referee. Years ago the ladies sang National Anthem at a game where he was part of officiating crew.