Thursday, November 15, 2007

An Early Clue to the New Direction

From 1963, here's Ricky Nelson (with the great James Burton on guitar) and "Fools Rush In."



A coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded to the first reader who divines the clip's relevance to the theme of tomorrow's Weekend Listomania.

12 comments:

four legs good said...

I haz no clue.

Ummm, teevee stars who recorded top songs?

steve simels said...

Nope. Although maybe next week...gotta have an excuse to post those Bruce Willis and Don Johnson videos..

MBowen said...

Fool songs?

emma said...

Offspring of famous folk who launched musical careers? Oh, and Mr. emma has a Takamine guitar personally signed by James Burton. And Richard Thompson. When the southern California fires took off last month, I swear that guitar got a spot in the evacuation car before I did!

The Humanist said...

Rock versions of 40's standards?

TJWood59 said...

Underappreciated guitar players?

racymind said...

songs that were recorded in multiple decades... this one goes from the 40's to '80's.

There is a death theme here though...I sense it...

steve simels said...

The Humanist said...
Rock versions of 40's standards?

11/15/2007 8:16 PM

I really like that one, and I'm gonna steal it for another week.

But no...
:-)

Kid Charlemagne said...

El Vez knockoffs?

return of the plumber said...

Early music videos?

racymind said...

dead musicians who did covers of other dead musicians

steve simels said...

racymind said...

dead musicians who did covers of other dead musicians


While still alive?

Heh heh....
:-)

Uh, no.