Today is the 35th anniversary of the soundtrack to the film White Nights. I saw the film, twice, and while I know it has Mikhail Baryshnikov, Gregory Hines and Isabella Rossellini and being about ballet in Russia. I remember next to nothing about the film. Well, other than the soundtrack. I have it on CD and on vinyl. This song is one of my favorites to do in karaoke when I can find a willing female voice to help me. I looked and couldn’t find a version that I liked, even with Phil doing it with various female singers and they all dragged. This, the official version, moved at a perfect pace. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“You called me from the room in your hotel. All full of romance for someone that you met. And telling me how sorry you were, leaving so soon. And that you miss me sometimes when you’re alone in your room. Do i feel lonely too?” – “Separate Lives” (Bishop)