Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Slave To The Vibe

I hope I don't go to Hell for this.

My friend Jon and I have a rule. Actually, we have many rules, but one of them is that you should always have the motion picture soundtrack to the 1993 Sharon Stone movie "Sliver." It is fire in a bom-chicka-bom-bom way with a perfect balance of urban groove and light ambient music that makes me want to drink really good tequila on a rainy afternoon. The truth is I haven't listened to it in over a year, and that's within the normal 5-year cycle, but this morning I awakened singing this song, "Slave To The Vibe" by Audiosearch. As a CD fav it's a toss-up between this one and Neneh Cherry's "Move With Me."

So I hit up the YouTubez thinking there would be an obscure video or audio track I might share with the world. I wasn't expecting Star Search: Nebraska Cornfields 1996, complete with mannish girl dancing the man role. But when I found it, I knew I had no other choice but to share.



Jonathan said...

HAHAHA.. What's scary is that the man that filmed this is not related to anyone in the performance or the school. As his neighbors would say "he always kept to himself, was quiet and his yard was immaculate."

Whenever that song comes on now, I'll have to avoid the need to bust into a jazz rendition of Swan Lake.

Michael said...

Oh, we could so rock that routine at the next gathering!


Robby Johnson said...

Mikey, between this and Madonna's old school "Everybody," we need to be getting our rehearsal on. Find out where Britney's studio is. It's the only way.