FlinterFile: Don Henley- New York Minute
In 1989, Don Henley released one of his best known solo hits.The song New York Minute started off as a title and the idea to capture the vivid life in the city. The song therefore refers to places like Wall Street and Central Park, but also to the feeling the city has over it: the New York Minute is shorter and faster than a normal minute. The song is also about how life can change in a minute. On the song, David Paich and Jeff Pocaro from Toto played piano and drums. It was a number 48 hit in the US. Enjoy
Don Henley- New York Minute
Posted on August 19, 2017, in 1980-1989, FlinterFiles Song Archive and tagged 1989, david paich, don henley, eighties, FlinterFiles Song Archive, jeff pocaro, Music, new york city, new york minute. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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