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Yeah, well if you ever have a one hit in baseball, then you've been a complete and utter failure but a couple of guys who've had one hit and that hit was a home run. Which is pretty cool.
Which is pretty interesting.
Who was it, there was a guy named, oh Chris Jelic, whose name I recognize for some reason, and I don't follow the Mets or anything but I guess I just saw that bit of trivia before that he had one hit and it was a home run. There was a guy who didn't have a hit named Eddie Gaedel. He had one plate appearance in a game for the Yankees and he was a little person and they put him against the St.
Louis Browns and he drew four consecutive balls and got a walk. His jersey's in the Hall of Fame and it's His number was one-eighth. He was, I guess you could say, a one-hit sports wonder. It was a fun story until then. I mean that was his jam; that's what he got paid for and he was aware that he was a little person, so he got money off it.
What about the art world, the design world? There's a very famous person? Yeah, Harvey Bell, who has the perfect name for what he did.
Why is it the perfect name? Harvey Bell, it sounds like the creator of the smiley face. Yeah, the iconic '70s smiley face. He created that as a marketing campaign? He never had another artistic hit? I looked to see if there were any other artists who were considered one-hit wonders.
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I found some but I didn't recognize any of them. I did recognize one, Grant Wood, the painter of American Gothic. He was living with his mother and sister and, like, wanted to know more about that. All of a sudden he just, like, really couldn't handle the limelight.
It was a pretty sad story. I think I read an article about it on Mental Floss; it was worth reading. So he never painted again? I don't think he ever went for the gusto, or if he didn't just stop painting altogether; I don't remember the end of the article. Well the art world certainly has a lot of people super famous for a single painting but they may have been very revered in other areas.
Like Faith No More. He was the Faith No More of the art world. Oh yeah and you were like [inaudible]. Yeah, it was just like [inaudible].
I can see what you're talking about. You build something like that up in your head, see it everywhere and then just to see the real one, it's either going to go one of two ways. You're going to be underwhelmed or amazed. You know, I completely agree. That's been what's happening to me with art because you know how I feel about art. I know how you feel about art. Yeah, To Kill A Mockingbird. Yeah, that's the one most often cited as the one-hit wonder because Harper Lee wrote one book.
That's one of those rare ones where I actually think the movie's better than the book. I love the book; it's one of my favorite books of all time. You are so [inaudible]. I hadn't read it in a while and I went back and read it and then I watched the movie shortly after and I was, like, holy cow, the movie's better than the book. Yeah, I mean Gregory Peck; I mean talk about one of the best casting. All of those actors were amazing, every single one of them.
It was good stuff. She wrote the one book and she worked on a second for a while called The Long Goodbye but shelved it. Then in the s she started another book and never finished that one either. I guess she just No, I think she just I don't know if anyone has an answer why she never wrote again. Catcher in the Rye that was it. Except he wrote short stories too but, like, he never published another novel. Now we'll never know. John Kennedy Toole, Confederacy of Dunces. How often do you think about that book?
Just in your normal life? Yeah, a couple of times a year maybe, when it's, like, a movie will be in the works that never happens. I was thinking about that movie, that book yesterday.
And I hadn't read this article yet. Have you read it? I think a lot of people had these expectations because it's known as like his genius work after this guy committed suicide, and it is really good, but I don't think it's like one of the greatest books of all time or anything.
So what happened to him, do you know? Just before the recording reached the end, he said to me: He was very proud of his semi-operatic delivery of the title line at the end, as well he should have been. To my surprise, he knew all about my having originated Floyd Cramer's piano style and announced to the room that I was the one that had invented Floyd Cramer's 'slip-note' style.
It makes me sad to think about it, because I never really told Elvis how good he made me feel. Nor did I ever tell him how much I appreciated his fine renditions of my songs. I guess I assumed he knew how good he was. But I wish now that I had put it into words. It taught me a lesson. Now, whenever an artist does an outstanding rendition of one of my songs I make sure I thank the artist [and, if possible, everyone else who worked on the record].
I don't believe that any of them, no matter how rich or famous, are immune to expressions of appreciation from the writer. I remembered one of my childhood favorites, La Paloma. I enlisted Hal Blair's aid and we began work on it. I didn't have a copy of the music, so I worked it out from memory. This was probably a blessing in disguise, because it took on a unique quality, different from the song I had learned as a child. The Services do not use Google Analytics to gather information that personally identifies you.
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