Remember this movie?
Where were you in 1962? I wasn't even a glimmer of a thought. Hail American Graffiti? I LOVE this movie and all of the music in it. INCLUDING The Stroll. The movie has all of those fantastic stars, the geeky good boy, the sweet good girl, the goofy guy, the wanna be bad boy, the sexy blond in THAT T-Bird. Mackenzie Phillips played a great pain in the neck little sister too. Wow. I still love to watch this movie. I wish I had it on right now. I need to get this DVD come to think of it.
The soundtrack is awesome. (I know there is a lot of space between pictures. It's invisible, the frame I mean. It's like a huge white matte.) My bestfriend from childhood had this soundtrack. I begged my parents for this soundtrack. They hated this music and chose not to add it to our collection of records. So I went to my friend's house and begged her to play it for me. We danced and sang. We loved this music. Her dad played the guitar and we'd dance and sing some more.
As for The Stroll, just to be annoying to muffin brain, I'm again adding it to my playlist. I should do it over and over. (He hates this song like I hate the songs "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" and "Put a Ring on It". I really wish someone would give that girl a ring. I'm sick of that song.) Back to "The Stroll", there's something teasing about the wretched moan of the saxophone in this song. The sound reverberates in my brain over and over. I love it.
It should be noted when "The Stroll" is blowing out of my computer speakers, Reynaldo swings his ears back. He doesn't like it either.