Today is the 41st anniversary of Bryan Adams’ debut album, Bryan Adams. This song contains one of my two favorite Bryan Adams songs of all time, and he has a lot of tunes that I love. This tune, to me, is so “Canadian.” Which makes sense since Adams is a Canadian. But, the chord structure in this one is so spot on for what I feel Canadian music, especially for this time period, should sound like. I couldn’t find anyone else with the proper stones to cover the tune, so, I go to the source. This was recorded in 2015 and he still sounds good then. I saw him in the mid-2000s with Eugene when they opened for Def Leppard. He was awesome then, too. Enjoy!
It was a rainy day and I was caught in a lot of things going on today, so my step count is negligible. Boo me…
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Pardon me, have you got the time to let me say hello? I couldn’t help but see that you look like a lady I used to know a long time ago – Ohh. Remember the time we spent together. Remember the days that went forever. Remember the nights we stayed together. Whatever I do I’ll still remember.” – “Remember” (Adams/Vallance)