Music Video of the Day: Let Me In By Eddie Money (1989, directed by Nigel Dick)


“You’re listening to the man with no control who loves his rock ‘n roll, the Money Man!”

Let Me In is from Eddie Money’s seventh studio album, Nothing To Lose.  It was the third single released from that album and made it up to number 60 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 30 on Billboard′s Album Rock Tracks chart.  The song was later covered by Laura Branigan.

The video was directed by Nigel Dick, who directed music videos for just about everyone.  According to the comments that Dick left under the video on YouTube, this was a one day shoot.  The woman at the typewriter is played by French actress Borovnisa Blervaque, who is also known as both Blair Valk and Blueberry Blervaque.  She also appeared in the videos for Money’s Walk on Water and Richard Marx’s Endless Summer Nights.

Enjoy!

 

One response to “Music Video of the Day: Let Me In By Eddie Money (1989, directed by Nigel Dick)

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