I've really begun to realize that they weren't kidding when they said that my nursing program is accelerated. We are moving at a furious pace. I'm good with it, but it's leaving me less time for things I'd like to do, like posting on my blog. Therefore, today's is a quick one, an "Occasional Forgotten Video."
I was talking to an old friend on the phone the other day and was reminded of this one.
In 1971, Huey Lewis joined the San Francisco Bay area band "Clover." Clover-- without Huey-- backed up Elvis Costello on his debut album "My Aim Is True." Eventually, the band mutated into Huey Lewis and the News, and had a hit on their second album, "Do You Believe In Love" in 1982,
It was 1983's "Sports" that broke them big though. They had a number of hits from that album, The first hit was "Heart and Soul." The video is classic eighties-- weird imagery, silliness and romance. It's one of my favorites, especially since I found out that Huey Lewis is the biggest man in the music business.