Bringing Back the Crowded House
Who remembers Crowded House? Hope it’s not just me … I’m sure there are others who know this great New Zealand come Aussie, and a few Americans, band.
These guys launched hit after hit during the 80’s through 90’s including Don’t Dream it’s Over, Better Be Home Soon, Distant Sun … and on and on.
A personal fave was “Weather With You” first released in 1991 by Crowded House on their Woodface album, and then released in 1996 on their greatest hits album, Recurring Dream.
A cracker of a song and pretty cool clip.
Chrissie Pearce | Weather With You
Now, Chrissie Pearce, known for her album Comfort Chair has released the song.
Now I know remakes are always hard to get right, but damn, with slide guitar and almost a folk, even bluegrass feel, they’ve done this song justice!
Check out the behind the scenes look at their upcoming video release.
Crowded House fans
So were you a Crowded House fan? Did you crowd in at the Opera House? Are you old enough to remember these cracker songs? You might even remember Split Enz! 😛
Well for my two cents worth, Chrissie has done the song proud.
What a wonderful day watching an awesome movie.
The return of the Muppets on the big screen was a fantastic walk down memory lane for me and a chance for discovery for my children.
So many of the images, characters and even the storyline resonated with me.
Life Meets Art
The storyline was truly life meeting art. With I’m sure the producers of the show asking similar questions – will the significant investment in the revival of Jim Henson’s Muppets meet a success or will it have aged? Will puppets be to simple in this age of animation, 3D and special effects.
Well all I can say is session after session at our local cinema was sold out. Which hopefully proves there’s value to some wholesome entertainment and the retro revival of the Muppets.
The storyline follows the demise of the once household brand and traces it’s reignition. In true modern style it blended children’s themes with more complex plots and at times had me in tears remembering this once great show.
For me it was a fitting tribute to its founder proving that puppetry is alive and well.
Great effort guys, it was extraordinary achievement and I truly hope the box office figures generate a revival in the Muppet show.
Bring back The Muppet Show!