I only heard of BP Fallon's single because I keep up with Jack White news (he plays guitar and produces the single), but when I actually heard it, I was hooked. He tells us what he believes in.
BP Fallon is a legend to me, mostly because he was the publicist for both T. Rex and Led Zeppelin, who are my two favoritest bands by about a jillion miles. Beep's cool, and I've always wondered what he thought, though I don't think I ever imagined I'd get to know what he thought backed up by Jack White on understated slide guitar.
It turns out he believes in a lot of things, from Muddy Waters to Charlie Chaplin, which I get, although being of the other culture on the arts/sciences two cultures debate I feel weird about because it's not difficult to believe in things that are real, though I think I know what he means.
He also believes in Dr. Winston.
First person to write in with a cogent explanation of who or what Dr. Winston is or was gets bragging rights in the comments section, and I might have something interesting to send along to you as well, from my bric a brac box.
I'll be getting a copy of this single as it's included on my The Vault goodies for this quarter. And now I'm actually looking forward to it. Really, I think this is the breakout Vault platinum offer even though the usual suspects are a bit miffed (because they've already bought all of 2009's Third Man Records singles and a compilation is a disappointment to them).