Just watched The Terminator when I realized there was a contender in the movies musical score.
In this case the daughter of Tane McClure, 60's surf movie star. She adopted the name Cain and somehow must have caught Arnie's eye to
land the job of coming up with the epic confrontation music that was heard in the club named Technoir..."Just off of Pekoe"...where timelost
lovers Sara & Reece met face to face with Ahnuld for the first time in the movie.
It's even a bit silly...but technically still a love song.
It's Tahnee Cain & Tryanglz...
Something about the latin sound that just generates passion all its own.
Marc Anthony's marriage to Jennifer Lopez didn't last longer than his musical career but I will say I liked him in the Denzel remake of
Man on Fire. He really pulled off the duplicitous spouse role with unusual zeal in both movies and real-life from the looks of
His singing days are numbered.
Unless he has some gangbuster of a star singing with him, he should consider hanging up that microphone for good.
Even Menudo manages to fill more seats than he does now!
If it weren't for some of the lyrics I could almost think AJJ was early White Stripes.
Nice tune, sir.
Furthermore, I am pretty sure someone posted Seal but I can't for the life of me remember the exact song.
Maybe "Kiss from a Rose" if I were to take a guess.
I have enough time to throw one last tune up here but what to choose?
Perhaps some soft and melifluous Kylie. Helen of Troy supposedly had a face that launched 1000 ships but T&C prevent me from mentioning what Miss Minogue was responsible
Can't mention Kylie without mentioning this tune...
Time for a little rock.
The year is 1983.
This time in the form of a band called The Headpins.
Brian "Too Loud" McCloud & Darby Mills fronted this west coast Canadian band which occupied the charts in the 80's.
Miss Mills wasn't exactly what you could term as a classical beauty but I'll be damned if she didn't have a great set of pipes on her...
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