Sunday, August 9, 2009


While we're on the subject of John Travolta, I find it amusing that there were two French singers in 1979 who were smitten enough to record a song about him.

 
Who knows, there are probably even more franco-travoltian hommages out there. I mean, if his endless series of pelvic thrusts in Perfect didn't inspire at least one Chantal or Frédéric to pick up a guitar, then I don't know what this world is coming to.

 

5 Comments:

honkyfish.com said...

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APACHE CLEO said...

This is one part disturbing, two parts 'can't get enough.' I recall Mr. Bungle getting a threatening letter for dropping the name 'Travolta' on their first LP.

walkathon said...

Brilliantly played. Anita's song wins the round, but Sandy's name alone get Travolta referential points.

Lucie said...

I totally agree, walkathon. I don't even like the Sandy song. But as far as referential points, don't you remember that "Anita" was the name of Kirstie Alley's character in Look Who's Talking? (Or maybe it was in Look Who's Talking Too.... or Look Who's Talking Now.... or Look Who's Talking In Their Sleep.... or Look Who's Zooming Who.... god it's so hard to keep track.)

Anonymous said...

Sandy is Dutch and the original is in Dutch called Ik ben verliefd op John Travolta