Bring Out Your Espadrilles!

Since we're all so fondly remembering the Eighties today...

[Video transcript: Corey Haim gets funky and punky, with a free jazz improvization that's part Herbie Hancock, part Harold Faltermeyer. Corey explains his inspiration: "I think that we were all born with a certain inner-rhythm. Hearing a certain song can remind you of a time or event in your life that's special. Music is an expression that I can't live without."]

From Corey Haim: Me, Myself and I. Sorry, it's not as cool as James Brady at the White House, but it's kind of fun. Kind of. It reminds me of the time Stevie Wonder appeared on The Cosby Show. But in a different way, you know?

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