The classic 1977 hit by Elvis Costello is given a new treatment by memoryfield with help from special guest Iris. This one is loads of fun and will take you back to that strange moment in time somewhere in between Punk Rock and Disco but before New Wave, when polyester suits filled our closets and vinyl LP records sat contently on our shelves. Filmed in what appears to be a bizarre time capsule of a basement somewhere deep within the bowels of Orem, Utah, one has to ask the question as to whether or not Barry Manilow knows that someone has indeed been raiding his wardrobe.
An original composition by Iris, Wolves brings a subtle but very distinct Latin vibe into the mix of performances by this trio. The beat is infectious and the video is strangely appealing with beautiful and colorful outdoor shots taken at the historic amphitheater in American Fork Canyon near Provo, Utah, and Sundance ski resort.
Can't Get to You
memoryfield performs this fusion of modern pop and classic rock with Billy R. Preston taking the lead on vocals and guitar (and bass), Juliet Gamero on keyboard and vocals and Jason Jones on drums.
Crash and Burn
memoryfield and Iris teamed up and wrote this one together. The video features a lot of things crashing and burning, so be prepared for it. Fasten your seat belts and remember to always keep your hands on the inside of the vehicle at all times.
Park City Television
memoryfield and Iris were invited to perform for the second time on PCTV, hosted by Terry Burden, and played three songs (Wolves, Can't Get to You and Fire).
Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want
memoryfield and Iris cover the classic song by the greatest UK band of the 1980's, The Smiths. Words and music by Morrissey and Johnny Marr.