Lets face it, if TNUC created any type of music, it would sound precisely like the first 45 seconds of this clip. Seriously, if I could wake up each morning to the intro to this clip and fall asleep each night by Lou reading me a bedtime story, I would be a much happier camper.
Be sure to read our follow up post with a download of this sacred piece of music over here.
Apologies for the lack of updates this month, but it could be due to the fact that i’m on my way to Key Largo to mull over business problems, examine opportunities, exchange rumors and spread gossip with Mr. Bertie Higgins.
Mix a lethal concoction of Sonny Crockett’s stylings and the burliness of the lumberjack guy on the Brawny paper towel rolls, and the spawn is Bertie Higgins. This outstanding human is 300% TNUC approved. Getting lost in Bertie’s eyes for 3 minutes and 16 seconds may be easy, but listening to the song all the way through could make you never want set foot on a Yacht again. It’s that bad. So turn it DOWN, throw some Jan Hammer on, and press play.
Heather Locklear is obviously one of the most tantalizing babes of power that we’ve ever come across at Camp TNUC. To commence HEATHER BE THY NAME week at Uncle TNUC’s, here’s a track pulled from the library that feels best for her. No disrespect to disco queen Donna Summer, but today we’re giving 100% credit to the man behind the boards, Giorgio Moroder. Here’s the instrumental for 1983’s ‘She Works Hard for the Money’. It might be difficult and painful to wait until the 3:08 mark for the saxophone to enter, but I assure you, it’s well worth it.