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Wild About My Loving


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bronco

 Genre: Folk-Rock

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An old jug band song from the Memphis area that was first recorded by Gus Cannon in the 20's. I learned this version from the Lovin Spoonful a folk rock group from the 60's.
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Lyrics
Listen up people about to sing a song
Going to Saint Louie and It won't be long
Cause I'm wild about my lovin
I like to have my fun
If you want to be a girl of mine you've got to
bring it with you when you come

Sargeant Jones, chief of police the women round here won't give me no peace
You hear me talking to you, I don't bite my toungue

Hello Central what's the matter with your line
I want to talk to that high brown of mine
Cause I'm wild about my lovin, I like to have my fun,
If you want to be a girl of mine you've got to bring it with you when you come
Song Stats
Hits: 5143
Comments: 15
Fans: 1
Plays: 708
Downloads: 179
Votes: 5
Uploaded: Nov 14, 2005 - 01:37:56 PM
Last Updated: Nov 14, 2005 - 01:30:49 PM Last Played: Jan 27, 2017 - 10:59:16 PM
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Hardware:
Martin D-18
Software:
Garageband
Comments
stevel said 4300 days ago (November 14th, 2005)
Quality as usual
...nice track Bronco..reminds me of Ry Cooder circa 'Into the Purple
Valley'. Great rootsy sound...you have the soul!
Steve
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bronco said 4300 days ago (November 15th, 2005)
Quality as usual
Yo Steve, how goes it in the fair isle! That rootsy sound comes from digging
potatoes in me mum's garden as a wee little lad!
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thetiler said 4300 days ago (November 14th, 2005)
thanks for sharing
Cool bronco style.

You have a terrific voice for the style.

Nice going
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bronco said 4300 days ago (November 15th, 2005)
thanks for sharing
Hey Bill, how are those California stars? Who does that song? They play it all
the time on my fav radio station. Anyway, I agree that I have developed a
definite style somewhere between blues and country. Now all I have to do is
find a way to make it more popular. Ah well, the limitations of birth I
suppose.
Check out my latest song called 6th. St. Masquerade
jgurner said 4300 days ago (November 14th, 2005)
Where were the jugs!?
Oh, you meant those kinds of jugs...my bad. :)

Nicely done, Bronco. Nice to hear some home-grown music. It's amazing
that so many country and blues artists were born and raised within an
hour of where I was born and live now, but I learned about most of them,
including Cannon, in a "Roots of Rock Music" class in college taught by a
Yankee. Go figure.

Enjoyed it.
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bronco said 4300 days ago (November 14th, 2005)
Where were the jugs!?
Well they have a group in Austin right now called the South Austin Jug Band
and they don't have a jug either . . . or two! The Lovin Spoonful, where I
actually learned this song, didn't have a jug either but used forbidden things
like drums and electric guitars. So I guess my version would be about half
way between theirs and the original.
Check out my latest song called 6th. St. Masquerade
Peter Greenstone said 4300 days ago (November 15th, 2005)
always a pleasure
What can I say? Jugs or no jugs it's just nice listenin' music. Laid back
and easy-going.
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bronco said 4300 days ago (November 15th, 2005)
always a pleasure
Thanks my friend! Good to hear from you.
Check out my latest song called 6th. St. Masquerade
said 4300 days ago (November 15th, 2005)
I Like Jugs Alot Do You Like Jugs Alot
Sorry ... mine is wandering. :)
Enjoyable listen. Made me start wishing I lived in simpler times.
bronco said 4300 days ago (November 15th, 2005)
I Like Jugs Alot Do You Like Jugs Alot
I know, when he made that comment I started thinking about the same thing.
Check out my latest song called 6th. St. Masquerade
dwwave said 4297 days ago (November 17th, 2005)
Subtle but deep
Enjoyed the guitar playing as usual and a very cool song

I remember the Lovin Spoonful , my sister was really into them!

Nice Piece!
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bronco said 4294 days ago (November 20th, 2005)
Subtle but deep
Hey David! One of my real turn on's about playing guitar is to take a basic
three chord song like this and make the guitar playing sound fresh and
ineventive. I actually like the guitar on this one myself and usually I'm my own
worst critic,
Check out my latest song called 6th. St. Masquerade
renecalvo said 4215 days ago (February 7th, 2006)
I wish you had wrote that
I was so excited when I first put it on. It was like I had discovered
robert johnson or something. But then I saw it was a cover. anyway
what the hell, nice performance and great picking, cut off that last
strum at the end though, leave us with the solo notes floating in the
air.
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stacey said 4215 days ago (February 8th, 2006)
Guitar
Love the guitar in this one. Very "Folsom Prison" in the chord progression
and melody, but nice. Cool voice. Thanks for a great listen!
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selters said 4210 days ago (February 12th, 2006)
lovely song!
Love the feel of this, reminds me a bit of the beatles song Come together! Somehow, but a lot better of course!! Another great tune Tom!
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Folk-rock is a musical genre, combining elements of folk music and rock music. In the original and narrowest sense, the term referred to a genre that arose in the United States and Canada around the mid-1960s. The sound was epitomized by tight vocal

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