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Yes, Tequila Was Involved In Your New Favorite ‘Better Call Saul’ Song

Saul is the one who knocks … again photographs.

With some extra cash to spend within the fiscal yr, AMC actually needed to provide you with one other method to promote the brand new season of “Better Call Saul.” Their concept — a brand new promo that includes Saul Goodman consuming in a dive bar — grabbed present creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, and shortly “Yo Soy Saul (with drunk rap)” was born.

The track now has a music video and is making its debut on iTunes, however writers Gilligan and Gould advised The Huffington Post they are not musicians.

“That must be unfold,” stated Gilligan, laughing.

“I do not assume I’m a lot of a lyric author, both,” added Gould.

The pair defined, regardless of that impediment, every little thing got here collectively shortly with the assistance of Arturo Salas, “Better Call Saul” music supervisor Thomas Golubić and the present’s composer, Dave Porter.

And, sure, tequila was concerned.

Golubić says the AMC promotions staff despatched them a bottle of tequila in a picket field with a glass window on it. “Which implies that it is of extraordinarily top quality,” he stated. 

“We all acquired to take pleasure in it. Luckily, it was a totally consuming crowd, Vince and Peter included, so everyone had a number of good photographs. I assume it actually lubricated the vocalists in an actual good approach. It did not final lengthy,” he laughed.

Those vocalists belong to Mariachi Bandido, a gaggle Gould lauds and Golubić stated was a lot simpler to seek out than when he needed to get a narcocorrido (drug ballad) band for “Breaking Bad.” In the case of these bands, a lot of the teams he contacted had “authorized issues or citizenship points.”

“Everyone needed to be paid in money, and Sony stated, ‘No, you’re not paying individuals in money.'”

Still, even with the “drunk”-sounding verse in “Yo Soy Saul,” Gilligan says Zafiro Añejo, the tequila that Gus poisons in “Breaking Bad” and that Saul tips a inventory dealer into shopping for for him in “Better Call Saul,” wasn’t current.

He explains that the “drunk” a part of the music is definitely a mariachi borracho type, so the “spirit of somebody who imbibed an excessive amount of Zafiro Añejo is there — not the poison selection,” Gilligan laughs.

Gilligan credit Salas with the “lion’s share” of the work since he and Gould did not converse Spanish. Porter and Golubić additionally stated that they are “woefully ignorant” of the language. Gilligan did contribute at the least one line to the ultimate piece, although.

“I stated — nicely, that is the sum and complete of my contribution — ‘I assume the Spanish phrase for lawyer, abogado, rhymes with avocado, so can we are saying his balls are as huge as avocados?’ Arturo was very type to me. He stated, ‘You do not truly say avocado in Spanish. That’s extra like an English model, however what the hell? We can do this anyway.'”

“So there’s just a little Spanglish in there,” stated Gould.

Music has all the time been important to the “Better Call Saul”/”Breaking Bad” scribes. Gilligan says the music “El Paso” principally “mirrors” Walter White in “Breaking Bad.” The track tells the story of a man who dies as a result of he cannot avoid his one real love.

“Really that is precisely — spoiler alert — that is precisely what occurs within the ultimate episode of ‘Breaking Bad,'” says Gilligan, “Where Walt’s actual valuable, so to talk, is the meth lab.”

“Now that I sort of understand it, it was all sort of a bit on the nostril,” he says.

Sometimes the shortage of music within the exhibits is simply as essential, nevertheless.

Porter says one luxurious concerning the spinoff collection is that they did not have a variety of music for Saul within the unique present. He explains they “did not do it on function,” however Goodman was all the time “his personal comedian curiosity.” But if Saul did have a music to explain his journey, like Walt has “El Paso,” what would his music be?

“I do not know if we all know what Saul’s music is but,” says Gilligan. “That’s an excellent query. That’s one thing that we should always begin fascinated with now.”

Or, maybe they’ve already discovered it, and it has one thing to do with anatomical exaggerations about avocados.

“Yo Soy Saul” is obtainable for obtain on iTunes.

“Better Call Saul” airs Mondays at 10:00 p.m. ET on AMC.

 

Also on HuffPost

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