Sunday, September 02, 2012

Oldsmobile 442 - The Muscle Car

"Stay the Night" is a song written by Peter Cetera and David Foster for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago 17 (1984), with Cetera singing lead vocals. The first single released from that album, it reached #16 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.
This song is also remembered for its video, filmed in and around the Los Angeles River . It shows Peter Cetera chasing a hard-to-get lady, played by stunt driver Debbie Evans , and features car-chases, notably featuring a red convertible Oldsmobile 442 , and various stunts which Cetera supposedly performed himself. It was directed by Gilbert Bettman Jr. and soon gained cult-status among music-video lovers.


Wishing you ALL a very HAPPY SUNDAY, my friends - enjoy my Oldsmobile picture and enjoy the Video, featuring a Oldsmobile 442- the Muscle Car! 

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Peter (Worldman): said...

Well, is you have no muscles (like me), you have a muscle car (but I don't have one).

Hallo Susanne. Ich habe jetzt, nach langer Zeit, eine Super Internet connection. I will be present again. Alles Liebe

S-V-H said...

Hallo Peter,

schoen von dir wieder etwas zu vernehmen - danke fuer deinen netten Kommentar.

Ich lese deinen Blog und dein interessantes Leben nun via Google Reader...ich dachte du seist nun pensioniert worden?

Wir planen fuer naechtes Jahr heim zu reisen in die Heimat :-) worueber ich mich natuerlich sehr, sehr freue!

Let's keep in touch!

Trotter said...

Hi Susanne! It has been a long absence, but things have been a bit hard: father 95, mother almost 91 doing radiotherapy, wife broke right elbow and I’m consuming some much needed holidays to take care of all this...

Great shot!

As far as Blogtrotter Two is concerned, it seems nobody is interested in St. Kitts, so maybe I should try something else. Anyhow, enjoy and have a great week or better a vacation, if still available!!!

PS: The anti roboy makes it a disaster to comment...

S-V-H said...

Hi Manuel,

I'm so sorry to hear about your problems in your family. Wishing all the best and getting well soon!!

I think, this "blogging thing" is dying down anyway, my blog too, if I get 20 visitors a day and maybe one comment, I'm happy with that. It's maybe a good idea to think about an alternation, but what.... right? :-)

I dont understand your last remark about the "roboy problems"...

Thanks for taking your time and for the comment, nice to hear from you again.



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