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Nick Lowe — Peace, Love And Understanding
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As I walk through
This wicked world
Searchin' for light in the darkness of insanity.

I ask myself
Is all hope lost?
Is there only pain and hatred, and misery?

And each time I feel like this inside,
There's one thing I wanna know:
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding?

And as I walked on
Through troubled times
My spirit gets so downhearted sometimes
So where are the strong
And who are the trusted?
And where is the harmony?
Sweet harmony.

'Cause each time I feel it slippin' away, just makes me wanna cry.
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding?

So where are the strong?
And who are the trusted?
And where is the harmony?
Sweet harmony.

'Cause each time I feel it slippin' away, just makes me wanna cry.
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding? Ohhhh
What's so funny 'bout peace love & understanding?
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 Phlegmaticman wrote:
This was a good song to get you through the Bush administration years.
 

What's a good track to get us through and out of the Trump swamp? Something by the Dead Kennedys or the Butthole Surfers? At least some Guns and Roses. 
The Elvis version is better, but this one is nice too.
This was a good song to get you through the Bush administration years.
*sigh*
Tune out... change station.

Just not in the mood for oldies.
Word that fits this piece: Maudlin.
Adjective
Self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental, often through drunkenness.
 
Synonyms
sentimental - mawkish

Basher rules!! Awesome....  'So it Goes' / 'Heart of the City' has to be one of the alltime top 45's 
Who ever said that they are funny?

straw man
Minimalist perfection.
 Proclivities wrote:

Nick Lowe wrote and recorded this song around 1974, with his band Brinsley Schwarz.  While he did produce Costello's version several years later, he was never a member of The Attractions.
 
thanks, you got in just ahead of me (and have better spelling of Brinsley Schwarz than I do!)
 kingart wrote:
It's not Nick doing a cover of the Elvis Costello song. Nick the wrote song when he was with Costello in the Attractions; it's Lowe's song, it's one of the great social consciousness songs. It's a 9. Of course, so is the smokin' rock version. I have both on my Pod. 
 
actually, he wrote it before he met Elvis - he was in a band in the early 70's (Brinsley Scwarzt - sp?) and wrote it for them, but I think they either passed on it, or he decided to keep it for himself. He said it was about the backlash against the hippy values of "peace, love and understanding", that he thought where still relevant. 
 kingart wrote:
It's not Nick doing a cover of the Elvis Costello song. Nick the wrote song when he was with Costello in the Attractions; it's Lowe's song, it's one of the great social consciousness songs. It's a 9. Of course, so is the smokin' rock version. I have both on my Pod. 
 
Nick Lowe wrote and recorded this song around 1974, with his band Brinsley Schwarz.  While he did produce Costello's version several years later, he was never a member of The Attractions.
Beautiful. Poignant.
 tipper wrote:

Oh please Nick. You’ve done some great stuff but you’re not even in tune on this one mate and you’re dropping notes.



 
considering that it was recorded in one take, live to air for a Toronto radio station, I think you could cut him a little slack.
 kingart wrote:
It's not Nick doing a cover of the Elvis Costello song. Nick the wrote song when he was with Costello in the Attractions; it's Lowe's song, it's one of the great social consciousness songs. It's a 9. Of course, so is the smokin' rock version. I have both on my Pod. 
 
i'd like to hear either one back to back with billy bragg's waiting for the great leap forward.
Awesome...but please also play the orig. electric Brinsley Schwarz version from Nick's double GH disc from a few years back once in awhile.

It's on this album:

Quiet Please: The New Best of Nick Lowe
Very appropriate given what is happening in the world today. I made the mistake of reading the paper this morning. Syria, Colorado, even Toronto. Has sanity begun to slip away? What so funny 'bout Peace, Love, and Understanding?

As I went to right this comment, I noticed someone else commenting that the lyrics were ridiculous. Listen to them in context to the poor soles lost to senseless shootings in the past week. Maybe the lyrics do make some sense? 

There's so much beauty and joy in the world. Why can't we focus on that? 

Anything is funny about it - when such values are put into a song!

In my opinion the lyrics are ridiculous!


I like this version because it's quite different from Elvis's.  I do like Elvis's more but this is quite good.
It's not Nick doing a cover of the Elvis Costello song. Nick the wrote song when he was with Costello in the Attractions; it's Lowe's song, it's one of the great social consciousness songs. It's a 9. Of course, so is the smokin' rock version. I have both on my Pod. 

The guy is an idiot!

Everybody knows there are 666 reasons why L, P and other Bull is nothing but "funny"

RIDICULOUS!!!


He sounds better when he rocks.


 RKeaton wrote:
Whoever this guy is he does a decent cover of this Elvis Costello song.
 
Nice troll (I hope).
Whoever this guy is he does a decent cover of this Elvis Costello song.
surprised how much I  liked this
 (former member) wrote:
Nick the Knife made enough dough from this being on The Bodyguard soundtrack that he could do whatever he wanted afterward.

What a great thing for a guy who, otherwise, might've just struggled to get by - despite his talent and contribution to contemporary music. 
  Very very true.

He wrote and first recorded this when still with Brinsley Schwartz, the band and the man.


 terrapin52 wrote:
He got the words wrong
 

He wrote the bloody words.  He can sing them any way he bloody wants.
nuttin

This song speaks to my soul.... I love it.
He got the words wrong
 cc_rider wrote:
For me this is what I've heard called a 'driveway song'. The first time I heard Mr. Lowe performing this, it was a version recorded live at the KGSR studios in Austin. I was on the way home from work, and pulled up to the house about 1/3 of the way through the song. I sat and listened to the entire thing right there in the car, blown away by the intensity. A 'driveway' song.
 
I love that term 'driveway' song, and I know exactly what you mean. You feel compelled to sit and listen to that song before driving away. Falls into the same category as 'parking lot' songs. You pull into a parking lot, but you wait for a song to end before you get out of your car and go into a store.

For me this is what I've heard called a 'driveway song'. The first time I heard Mr. Lowe performing this, it was a version recorded live at the KGSR studios in Austin. I was on the way home from work, and pulled up to the house about 1/3 of the way through the song. I sat and listened to the entire thing right there in the car, blown away by the intensity. A 'driveway' song.
This version seems to bring the point home much better than EC's version, although I really like that one.
 ncollingridge wrote:
Nick Lowe is a true great, albeit sadly under-appreciated, and this stunningly mature and heartfelt version of his song which was originally released in an upbeat version in the 70s is a wonderful demonstration of that. Hunt out his solo albums for some excellent examples of great songsmithery coupled with highly expressive and characterful performances.
 
Well said mate!
I agree....."Homewrecker" and "The Beast in me" are two of my favorites!!!!

Bill - I love you, but to charactarize Peace Love and Understanding as a song that Nick Lowe "did with Elvic Costello and the Attractions back when he was a bass player with the band" is a little off.

Nick was Elvis' mentor, great friend and most importantly producer.  He did play a little bass on a few EC records.

He is also, as noted elsewhere on these boards, a fine fine songwriter and performer - this song being one of his best.
 tipper wrote:

Oh please Nick. You’ve done some great stuff but you’re not even in tune on this one mate and you’re dropping notes.



 
His voice has more character than anyone else who might be singing in perfect pitch and tune.He's a living legend IMHO!

Let's face it, it's a decent 7 but it's not even in the Lowe top 30.
 tipper wrote:

Oh please Nick. You’ve done some great stuff but you’re not even in tune on this one mate and you’re dropping notes.

  Really? Since he wrote the song, I think he's entitled to sing it any damn way he pleases. 


Peace Love & Understanding...did ya get that part?

Oh please Nick. You’ve done some great stuff but you’re not even in tune on this one mate and you’re dropping notes.



 linden wrote:


Me too. More heartfelt, less hectic.
 
but not as good as Curtis Stigers.   (nod, nod, wink, wink...)

 linden wrote:
Me too. More heartfelt, less hectic.
 
That's what I was thinking, yes.
 More_Cowbell wrote:
Snore
 
Snore? Kidding?
Snore
 socalhol wrote:
This is nice — I like it much better than Elvis Costello's
 

Me too. More heartfelt, less hectic.
Very rare;.. peace, love & understanding. Probably the only place anyone found it was on Mum's lap.

Know what?  I don't care about who did this song, who produced it, who wrote it, who performed it - What's so funny 'bout peace, love, and understanding?

That seems, to me, to be the bottom line.
Enough about genes, selfish or otherwise. This is a great rendition of a great song.
I agree with you there. Dawkins has no time for anything that is not black and white and simplistic. His "Memes" theory is even more tenuous than his Selfish Gene theory.
Hes currently Pope bashing his way round England !

Excellent Nick Lowe Song!

 
asteroids wrote:
The selfish gene is deterministic, and I have never fell for that kind of pragmatic and easy way to see the World; such kind of answers tend to obstruct the inclusion of of better approaches and even truth when this can be found, even if the previous misconceptions are proven wrong or inaccurate. The selfish gene is a theory only (a naive one imho), and should not be taken as a fact.

Deterministic theories like this has bring to us ideas like creationism, racism or the belief that the Earth is plain and the stars are glued to the ceiling. There is not enough proof to believe that genes are responsible for the 'goodness' or 'evilness' of people, while this have an influence just like many other things, most of the anthropological and psychological research that I have seen so far in regards to human/social behaviour and social moral point out that the decisive factor here is the environment.

Ok... but talking about the song, this song pretty much hits something deep in me, because I feel the same almost every day.

wish I could find this song too, because all I can find is live versions and the clapping annoys me
found it =)
 


Nick Lowe is a true great, albeit sadly under-appreciated, and this stunningly mature and heartfelt version of his song which was originally released in an upbeat version in the 70s is a wonderful demonstration of that. Hunt out his solo albums for some excellent examples of great songsmithery coupled with highly expressive and characterful performances.
the dreaded impact factor!  at work by day and at RP by night!
 
histiocytosisX wrote:

Selfish gene assertion notwithstanding, regarding your second point: with a quick review of the medical literature you might be surprised to find that there is reasonable evidence to suggest that a number of genes are, in fact, associated with aggression, violence &c.  Personally, I’d favour a contribution from both genetic predisposition and environmental risk factors.  For a good review in a peer-reviewed journal with a relatively high IF:

Viding E. On the nature and nurture of antisocial behavior and violence. Ann NY Acad Sci. 2004;1036:267-77. 



 


Halfway into my first listen listen and I really like this!
At first I thought it was an acoustic version of:

Out here in the fields
I fight for my meals
I get my back into my living
I don't need to fight
To prove I'm right
I don't need to be forgiven

 
This is nice — I like it much better than Elvis Costello's
 wbeaver wrote:
Another artist whose work is sometimes overlooked and appreciated more when covered by others - but can stand on its own for those who seek it out. 
 
Well said!

I love this song ...in the night
 sirdroseph wrote:
I love this song and I really like Nick Lowe; these 2 just should not have gotten together though!{#No}
 
Well, he did write the song.

Another artist whose work is sometimes overlooked and appreciated more when covered by others - but can stand on its own for those who seek it out. 
I love this song and I really like Nick Lowe; these 2 just should not have gotten together though!{#No}
 FlatCat wrote:
Read The Selfless Gene by Richard Dawkins, particularly the part on game theory, and you will understand why there can never be peace love and understanding, at least not among all people. If EVERYONE were genetically disposed to it, then as soon as one war-mongering or sneaky, thieving person was born, he/she would clean up and have lots of offspring. On the other hand if everyone were nasty, they would all kill each other and make way for people who were prone to peace, love and understanding. So there will always be a balance between the two types. That's why, oh best beloved, there are both democrats and republicans...

Still, nice dreams, and it doesn't mean we can stop working toward them. But I find Dawkins helpful in understanding what's going on.
 
Maybe societies need both types of people.  The peacemakers, nurturers, story-tellers like farmers, nurses, doctors, artists, scientists etc,  and unfortunately also  the protectors like police, soldiers, butchers etc. Does Dawkins go into that angle?


According to Palin-theory, this song is downright un-American!
 mfcrowe wrote:
I have searched for this version of the song - can anyone tell me where I can find it?

please? {#Stupid}
 
message me

The selfish gene is deterministic, and I have never fell for that kind of pragmatic and easy way to see the World; such kind of answers tend to obstruct the inclusion of of better approaches and even truth when this can be found, even if the previous misconceptions are proven wrong or inaccurate. The selfish gene is a theory only (a naive one imho), and should not be taken as a fact.

Deterministic theories like this has bring to us ideas like creationism, racism or the belief that the Earth is plain and the stars are glued to the ceiling. There is not enough proof to believe that genes are responsible for the 'goodness' or 'evilness' of people, while this have an influence just like many other things, most of the anthropological and psychological research that I have seen so far in regards to human/social behaviour and social moral point out that the decisive factor here is the environment.

Ok... but talking about the song, this song pretty much hits something deep in me, because I feel the same almost every day.

wish I could find this song too, because all I can find is live versions and the clapping annoys me
found it =)


 FlatCat wrote:
Read The Selfless Gene by Richard Dawkins, particularly the part on game theory, and you will understand why there can never be peace love and understanding, at least not among all people. If EVERYONE were genetically disposed to it, then as soon as one war-mongering or sneaky, thieving person was born, he/she would clean up and have lots of offspring. On the other hand if everyone were nasty, they would all kill each other and make way for people who were prone to peace, love and understanding. So there will always be a balance between the two types. That's why, oh best beloved, there are both democrats and republicans...

Still, nice dreams, and it doesn't mean we can stop working toward them. But I find Dawkins helpful in understanding what's going on.
 
Yes—-I always wondered what purpose "gentle people" served; that's an interesting theory. I'll have to read the book before I talk more about it.
It was interesting reading about bonobo apes and how the females control the food distribution even though the males are physically more powerful, and yes, it has something to do with their attitude about sex as well as food distribution. It's like we say: "I'm a lover not a fighter;" they are lovers not fighters.
And if gentle people are gentle yet strong in their conviction they can sway their society or tribe for a time by showing examples of how to to change  the world without using violence.

I have searched for this version of the song - can anyone tell me where I can find it?

please? {#Stupid}
 ericconrad wrote:
Great version of a great song.  Another favorite Nick Lowe song of mine is his version of 'Indoor Fireworks' (another Costello/Lowe cross-covered song).
 

Wow, NL covered Indoor Fireworks?  I had no idea.  Where's it available?
I like Mr. Lowe's version of this song. It's sadness fits the lyrics - as they should.
 FlatCat wrote:
Read The Selfless Gene by Richard Dawkins, particularly the part on game theory, and you will understand why there can never be peace love and understanding,... But I find Dawkins helpful in understanding what's going on.
 

Whew! That's a relief!  They used to say "The Devil made me do it!" Now they say "Them ol' selfish genes made me do it!"
Now taking responsibility is optional - except of course if I do, it's them genes made me do that too.
It's like getting the ultimate Get Out of Jail card in a Monopoly game.
 SCHWEET!

genuine

Normally I love Nick Lowe and I also love this song, but together? Not so much.{#No}


 johnjconn wrote:
Only the king can sing this one

 
Elvis Presley?

 crockydile wrote:

Oh, yeah, Dawkins is rich, I'll say. Ben Stein cornered him in an interview about Intelligent Design and he admitted that one possible explanation of evolution on Earth was the seeding of the planet by Extra-terrestrials. So which kind is he? {#Think}
 
The same Ben Stein who championed the traitor "Scooter" Libby (what kind of a name is that for a grown man?), got bounced from a gig as an opinion editor at the NYT (because he refused to quit doing commercials for a shady online agency), and blames Darwinism for the Holocaust?

That's a good one. On his best day, Ben Stein couldn't carry Dr. Dawkin's lunch box, let alone "corner" him. What a laugh! {#Foot-in-mouth} {#Roflol} {#Stupid}
 crockydile wrote:

Oh, yeah, Dawkins is rich, I'll say. Ben Stein cornered him in an interview about Intelligent Design and he admitted that one possible explanation of evolution on Earth was the seeding of the planet by Extra-terrestrials. So which kind is he? {#Think}
 
A compromise view is that we were seeded from without, but not necessarily by ET lifeforms.  Scientists recently discovered that some meteorites contain amino acids, which are essential to the formation of life.  Until then, they'd assumed that the hot soup that coated the early Earth was the only possible source of the amino acids that eventually combined with other stuff to become early lifeforms.

I'm probably among the extremely small minority, but I really dislike the Costello version, but I like this one. A lot.

And I've never heard this version ever before.

soulful & sublime...


 karljonasson wrote:
This song made him rich (many years after he deserved to be so)

It was on "The Bodyguard" soundtrack. (I think it was Elvis' version?)

It helped finance his recent albums. Thus, gotta love this song.
 
Sadly no, it was a version by Curtis Stigers.

Stunning.
 ericconrad wrote:
Great version of a great song.  Another favorite Nick Lowe song of mine is his version of 'Indoor Fireworks' (another Costello/Lowe cross-covered song).
 

Thanks for the tip.  I'll check it out.  I had never heard Nick's version before.  The 70's needed the Elvis version I guess.  They couldn't have handled this one at the time.   Another example of why this is the only streaming radio I listen to. 
 FlatCat wrote:
Read The Selfless Gene by Richard Dawkins, particularly the part on game theory, and you will understand why there can never be peace love and understanding, at least not among all people. If EVERYONE were genetically disposed to it, then as soon as one war-mongering or sneaky, thieving person was born, he/she would clean up and have lots of offspring. On the other hand if everyone were nasty, they would all kill each other and make way for people who were prone to peace, love and understanding. So there will always be a balance between the two types. That's why, oh best beloved, there are both democrats and republicans...

Still, nice dreams, and it doesn't mean we can stop working toward them. But I find Dawkins helpful in understanding what's going on.
 
Oh, yeah, Dawkins is rich, I'll say. Ben Stein cornered him in an interview about Intelligent Design and he admitted that one possible explanation of evolution on Earth was the seeding of the planet by Extra-terrestrials. So which kind is he? {#Think}
 erichb wrote:
Very nice - far superior to the Elvis Costello version.
 

Oh, I can't agree with that — they're two utterly different takes on this, to be sure, but I like 'em both.  There's something wonderful about the way spits out the chorus.
Read The Selfless Gene by Richard Dawkins, particularly the part on game theory, and you will understand why there can never be peace love and understanding, at least not among all people. If EVERYONE were genetically disposed to it, then as soon as one war-mongering or sneaky, thieving person was born, he/she would clean up and have lots of offspring. On the other hand if everyone were nasty, they would all kill each other and make way for people who were prone to peace, love and understanding. So there will always be a balance between the two types. That's why, oh best beloved, there are both democrats and republicans...

Still, nice dreams, and it doesn't mean we can stop working toward them. But I find Dawkins helpful in understanding what's going on.
Great version of a great song.  Another favorite Nick Lowe song of mine is his version of 'Indoor Fireworks' (another Costello/Lowe cross-covered song).
 romeotuma wrote:


cool...
 
"Cool"?  What!  "COOL"??  We've come to expect more of ya, Romey.
Nice... and true... at any speed.
 Jack_Jefferson wrote:


I do like this version.  Nick Lowe is a great songwriter.  This is definitely a driveway moment song (as they might say on NPR).
 
You are so right.

Love Nick Lowe
Check out "Homewrecker" off of his latest...
Very nice - far superior to the Elvis Costello version.
Like someone here just said/wrote..Great songwriter.
 cc_rider wrote:
There is a similar version on a KGSR compilation CD. First time I heard it, I sat in my car in the driveway until it was over. Wow.

c.
 

I do like this version.  Nick Lowe is a great songwriter.  This is definitely a driveway moment song (as they might say on NPR).
One of the best songs ever written. Thanks Nick.
As much as I love the Elvis Costello version of this song, this rendition—stripped down and at a slower pace—appeals to me as well.
 paraclete wrote:
I LOVE this version of the song.  I have looked high and low for it.  And cannot find it at all.  Is it possible to somehow get someone to sent me a copy, or tell me where I can buy it?
 

It's on take five... a must have.
Gordon Bennett, Bill - gimme a break!  3.  No - 2!

I LOVE this version of the song.  I have looked high and low for it.  And cannot find it at all.  Is it possible to somehow get someone to sent me a copy, or tell me where I can buy it?
Nice to hear the original, especially at this time of year. Thanks Bill!

 kaybee wrote:
I like this much better than Elvis Costello's version.
 
i prefer bill murray's karaoke version in Lost in Translation.


I like this much better than Elvis Costello's version.
This song made him rich (many years after he deserved to be so)

It was on "The Bodyguard" soundtrack. (I think it was Elvis' version?)

It helped finance his recent albums. Thus, gotta love this song.
MCKY wrote:
I loved Elvis' cover as a kid, but now, older and maybe a tad wiser, identify with Lowe's version.

Get outta my head.

I loved Elvis' cover as a kid, but now, older and maybe a tad wiser, identify with Lowe's version.

If yo like this, you'll love his latest LP. Nice introspective songs. 
 apd wrote:
I uploaded it from a cd produced by a local (Toronto) radio station (Q107) and i'm not sure if it's still available - it's from the late 90's. But you could try eBay. The rest of the cd is excellent too - it's a collection of in-studio performances, mostly local bands, similarly unplugged.
  There is a similar version on a KGSR compilation CD. First time I heard it, I sat in my car in the driveway until it was over. Wow.

c.


Nice. I likey this very much. Thank you! {#Roflol}
Awesome song in any version.
One of the things I like best about this station is heairng these little-known versions of familiar songs. I'd never hear this one anywhere else. Thanks RP.

peyotecoyote wrote:
simply beautiful
agreed
Cruithne3753 wrote:
Yes. I was thinking about the Palestinian factions, Fatah and Hamas. Pity they can't settle their differences and get along, the resulting coalition would be called Fatass.
Funny, regardless of what the retard thinks.
Cruithne3753 wrote:
Eh? Not sure what your problem is, as it doesn't really make grammatic sense. Not a fan of puns?
(sigh)... I suppose I will have to explain... Fatah + Hamas(s) = Fat-ass... never mind.
frednic wrote:
Then through in a pre-emptive strike on an innocent country for what ever reason you can pull out of your ass .
Do you mean our strike on Iraq, or Hamas's strike on Israel, or Hezballa's Syrians-pretending-to-be-Lebanese strike on Israel, or Israel's strike on Lebanon, or Syria provoking the Israeli army to an air strike on their competitor Lebanon, or Israel's strike on Hamas? War is so stupid. When will we, as a species, grow up?
Cruithne3753 wrote:
Eh? Not sure what your problem is, as it doesn't really make grammatic sense. Not a fan of puns?
"through" = "throw" is how I read it. It makes sense then. And it wasn't a pun, just racial insult "humor."
frednic wrote:
Then through in a pre-emptive strike on an innocent country for what ever reason you can pull out of your ass .
Eh? Not sure what your problem is, as it doesn't really make grammatic sense. Not a fan of puns?
I would definitely like to hear more of Nick Lowe. His Peace and Love is magnificent -- reminding us what a simple voice can reveal.
that was nice.
Rickvee wrote:
What Nick Lowe album does this song originally appear on?
I uploaded it from a cd produced by a local (Toronto) radio station (Q107) and i'm not sure if it's still available - it's from the late 90's. But you could try eBay. The rest of the cd is excellent too - it's a collection of in-studio performances, mostly local bands, similarly unplugged.
Whatever you say, Bubba. Welly wrote:
Have to say I prefer the EC version. This is wimpy.
What Nick Lowe album does this song originally appear on?
Nice version
simply beautiful
lily34 wrote:
right, i thought he wrote this. didn't he write lots of elvis's stuff?
No, just a handful of songs, but he produced the first few albums. Rickvee wrote:
All these years and this is the first time I've ever heard the original version of this song. Completely love EC's cover but I have to say I love this almost as much.
This is not the original. I have the Brinsley Schwarz version on CD now but it's ripped from vinyl. I'll see if it flies, anyway. wayneoh wrote:
Good song & all, but I've always wondered: whoever said peace love & understanding was funny? Hippies, maybe...
Nick actually wrote this from the point of view of a hippie saying that, and everyone just laughed. That's not his experience, necessarily, it's a character.
Farquwaar wrote:
It's a cover, but by the original author....
right, i thought he wrote this. didn't he write lots of elvis's stuff?
more nick lowe!!
andrewmi wrote:
I like the Bill Murray version.
So do I. I know "Lost in Translation" is kinda a girls movie, but when they play this song and the Smashing Pumpkins (1979) I get kinda freak out - I the good way :-)
This is a really beautiful version.