Discussion in '80's Music' started by TheFeldster, Jan 19, 2010.
Well said, Sir!
So this video came across my recommendations from YouTube, and as I watched it it dawned on me that 3 of the members in the video have passed on, Roy Orbison, George Harrison and Tom Petty. What an amazing collection of talent that was, those 3 plus Bob Dylan and Jeff Lynne. For some reason I always associate the song with the 90's even though it was released in 1988.
For your listening pleasure:
Great great song.
I didn't really appreciate the song when it first came out (I was a metalhead) but now that I'm older,I appreciate it more.
It has aged well.
That 70s Guy,
I agree. Actually, the whole album is still fun to listen to. Handle With Care, End of the Line, Not Alone Anymore (Roy Orbison on lead vocals), Tweeter and the Monkey Man (with its Springsteen related song lyrics), Heading For The Light, Rattled, and the rest are all enjoyable songs. It's obvious that The Wilburys were having fun making the record, as you can see this in the DVD footage included in the box set.
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