Chris Isaak and Silvertone “Gone Ridin'” One of my very favourites.
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February 22, 2011 at 1:21 pm
CHRIS, Gone, Isaak, Ridin'
brilliant!!!! One of his best EVER!!! Silvertone is one of his best albums!!!!
american flyers song
i love it!
such a great song…completely destroyed by those flip-flops…
This is crazy for me to say because I know so many songs and love all types of music. This is my Favorite song of all times, I try and say no, but yup it is
whoooah where is this from? it rips. killer quality to
Coś pięknego !!!
its in the movie called american flyers
I remember this song on Beverly Hills 90210 when Brandon picked up his Mustang. This song was playing before his car conked out in the middle of the street.
My god this man is amazing! Love his voice. and such a sense of humour! I HEART CHRIS ISAAK!!!
thanks the uploader, great crisp clean sound
@Brewzerr I agree. Keepin the 50’s alive since 1985
I remember this song from the movie American Flyers.
This clip make me so HAPPY.
…and this is just the rehersal!!!!
When are you coming to Scotland again Chris?
Chris equals and even surpasses Elvis in music depth and chord changes a real player can I have tickets to the Seattle Gig WOW
Great, great stuff. Most people only know Chris Isaak through “Wicked Game”, which is a great tune itself, but this really hits the spot. Chris Isaak is the last of the great Rock & Roll crooners… cut from the same cloth as Roy Orbison and early Elvis P.
Yes, I used to have a video (VHS) of him (with Jimmy Wilsey) doing this one in 1982. It was one of those “Live At Target” videos.
when he was only about 18, or so, and played with Jimmy Wilsey of Avengers fame in SILVERTONE, he used to do this tune. It was at the Mabuhay Gardens San Francisco, around ’81, ’82.
its gotten so I play this every week in the clubs.. people just dont remember the real rock and roll till you hit them with great stuff like this…
Pure rock n’ roll
Guda! Fina guda!
Such a great song.
Reminds me of dusty roads, cheap motels, easy women and greasy diners…
that’s real rock n’ roll.
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