I've been told this song was popular in Vietnam, out in the bush. "When the music's over" as in, when you died: Music is your only friend/Until the end.
I've been wondering what songs the troops are listening to now, that have the same emotional resonance this once had for another generation of soldiers.
The Doors - When The Music's Over
I hauled this video out of mothballs to prove to my 20-something friend that Carlos Santana was once a beautiful, thin man with lots of hair:
Santana - Soul Sacrifice (Woodstock 1969)
Proof of greatness is when an 'unknown' can nearly steal a movie from the stars!
I recently passed through HOT TOPIC and noticed all the Christopher Walken T-shirts. Apparently, he is particularly popular with the irreverent kids. But I've noticed that most of the kids don't know about his big acting break, so I hereby offer it here:
Walken in Annie Hall