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Beginning in the 60s, this cover of Howlin' Wolf's classic recording, authored be Willie Dixon, was an anthem of the hard drug wing of the counter culture movement. The chorus of this laconic paean in praise of Wolf's soul satisfying lover ironically became associated with the launching pad of an i.v. drug user's tool kit; the spoon. Interestingly this dynamic, where the chorus of a song overwhelms the composition's textual intent, is very often in evidence: especially in pop… read more


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  • Avatar for kexborough
    The camera work is dreadful what were they on?
  • Avatar for littlelouie1
    Eric, Bruce & Baker which they sounded like a six man band........Cream Vol. 2 Great LP. Have it in my collection.
  • Avatar for trevorlitchfiel
    Love this! Eric, Ginger and the sadly departed Jack at their very best. I'm listening to it on 'Cream Live' which isn't in the albums listed, I guess I'm a vinyl freak!
  • Avatar for MackSpane
    oops... Bruce, not Beck... got Jack and Jeff mixed up...
  • Avatar for MackSpane
    AMAZING!!! to see Beck, Baker, and Clapton at their very best together. LOVE the footage.
  • Avatar for stevemainwaring
    Oh yes
  • Avatar for fandermusik
    good ...
  • Avatar for pharmman52
    they were amazing together
  • Avatar for ekgreport
    Just watched live at royal albert hall. Best 3 man band ever.
  • Avatar for littlelouie1
    Willie Dixon wrote this song.

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