Saturday, January 8, 2011

John Waite - Missing You

Song Info:

Missing You" is a song by British musician John Waite and was included in the album No Brakes. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of September 22, 1984, and number nine on the UK Singles Chart.

John Waite re-recorded the song with country/bluegrass artist Alison Krauss which appeared on her album A Hundred Miles or More: A Collection, and released it to country music radio in 2007. The re-recording peaked at #34 on the Hot Country Songs chart. The original recording has been featured in 1997's Selena, the popular 1980s inspired video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and the second episode of the TV series Miami Vice ("Heart of Darkness" - originally aired September 28, 1984).[1] In 2010, it was used in a series of commercial spots for Conan O'Brien's upcoming show on TBS.

Music Video Info:

The music video was filmed in New York City. To start the clip, John Waite is sitting in a chair, and after seeing a picture of a woman begins to sing the song. When he tries to open a door, a woman comes to him and they embrace in bed. Later, the woman grabs her suitcase, which looks through the door slot Waite and she leaves him. Upon leaving, she slams the door open while Waite is behind the door and the door cracks with full force on him. Later, he finds himself in a bar and drink a glass of wine after visiting the woman he sees again in a film studio. She smiles at him. After Waite calls it in a phone booth, the woman picks up the phone and call to nervousness before he disappears from the cell phone. It runs along the city and sees a picture of the woman on a newspaper; again he goes into a bar. There, another woman tries to flirt with him, but for sheer sorrow shows he is not interested and then goes home again.[2]

Media Info:

Format : AVI
Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave
Format/Family : RIFF
File size : 70.4 MiB
PlayTime : 4mn 3s
Bit rate : 2427 Kbps


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