QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! QUACK! QUACK!!!
For those of you who don’t get the reference or think I’ve finally lost it, it’s from what is arguably the best movie of the ’90s, The Mighty Ducks. I do admit, that line coupled with this song makes it a bit of a convoluted connection.
Netflix recently added the classic franchise and I was psyched to watch them over the weekend. This tune is from D2: The Mighty Ducks, and when it came on it brought back a flood of memories. Some of which were of a 12-year-old me dancing in my drawers when the Ducks finally beat those smug-ass Icelanders. Hell, I ain’t gonna lie, I did the same thing on Saturday afternoon too!
Minnesota native Peter Himmelman was the leader of a pop/rock quintet called Sussman Lawrence that made two independent albums in the early ’80s and earned him comparisons to such new wave singer/songwriters as Elvis Costello and Joe Jackson. The group became Himmelman’s backup band for the release of his debut album, This Father’s Day (1986), which earned him a contract with Island Records…[read more]