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Published on Feb 3, 2017
VIDEO: FAMOUS DANCE SCENE (JACK RABBIT SLIM'S TWIST CONTEST) WITH UMA THURMAN AND JOHN TRAVOLTA , EXTRACTED FROM "PULP FICTION" (1994) - THE CULT MOVIE, CO-WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY QUENTIN TARANTINO
I REPLACED ORIGINAL CHUCK BERRY'S SONG IN THE MOVIE WITH AARON NEVILLE'S VERSION, BECAUSE OF TECHNICALLY BETTER SOUND, BUT HERE ON YOU-TUBE EMPOVERISHED ALL TUNES DOWN TO 128kbps WITH LOW VOLUME.. I COULD ALSO STICK CHUCK BERRY'S ORIGINAL FROM 1964 IN IT, IF I HAD HIS RECORD AT THE TIME, WHICH I DIDN'T... BUT IT'S NOT A BIG DIFFERENCE IN BETWEEN THESE TWO VERSIONS, BOTH ARE NICE DANCEABLE SIMPLE THREE CHORDS ROCK 'N' ROLL TUNES... I HAD NO INTENTION TO INTERFERE, TO RUIN, TO DIMINISHED THE SCENE, OR TO OFFEND ANYBODY, ANYHOW.. IT'S REALLY EXCEPTIONAL MOVIE AND I BELIEVE, THAT I DIDN'T TAKE NOTHING ESSENTIAL, OR ADD ANY DAMAGE TO IT, WITH THIS SMALL INTERVENTION.. JUST POSTED THIS FOR FUN.. NO OTHER AMBITIONS..I'M NOT THE AUTHOR OF ANYTHING..
MUSIC: AARON NEVILLE'S COVER OF CHUCK BERRY'S SONG
ALBUM: "THE GRAND TOUR" (1993) AARON NEVILLE
"YOU NEVER CAN TELL"
It was a teenage wedding, and the old folks wished them well You could see that Pierre did truly love the mademoiselle And now the young monsieur and madame have rung the chapel bell, "C'est la vie", say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell
They furnished off an apartment with a two room Roebuck sale The coolerator was crammed with TV dinners and ginger ale, But when Pierre found work, the little money comin' worked out well "C'est la vie", say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell
They had a hi-fi phono, boy, did they let it blast Seven hundred little records, all rock, rhythm and jazz But when the sun went down, the rapid tempo of the music fell "C'est la vie", say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell
They bought a souped-up jitney, 'twas a cherry red '53, They drove it down New Orleans to celebrate their anniversary It was there that Pierre was married to the lovely mademoiselle "C'est la vie", say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell