FlinterFile: Traveling Wilburys- End Of The Line
In 1988, the Traveling Wilburys released their second single, after Handle With Care. The song features Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, George Harrison and Tom Petty on vocals, Bob Dylan doesn’t sing in this song. The title of the song, which refers to the last station a train enters, comes back in the rhythm of the song, which feels like a train. The text comes from the experiences of the members. The video was shot after the death of Roy Orbison, who can be seen on a photograph. The song was not a big success, number 63 in the US and number 52 in the UK, but still it’s a classic! Enjoy
The Traveling Wilburys- End Of The Line
Posted on February 2, 2016, in 1980-1989, FlinterFiles Song Archive and tagged 1988, bob dylan, classic, eighties, end of the line, FlinterFiles Song Archive, george harrison, Jeff Lynne, Music, roy orbison, tom petty, train, traveling wilburys. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.