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Bring It On Home To Me - Eddie Floyd - Knock On Wood (Vinyl)

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  4. Jul 29,  · Singer Eddie Floyd wrote “Knock on Wood” with guitarist Steve Cropper at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis in , two years before Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated in a second-floor room of the same motel. The song was originally slated for Otis Redding to record and became Stax’s third number one hit. It is the best known of Eddie’s many hits.
  5. Jul 11,  · It's like thunder, lightning, the way you love me is frightening. I better knock on wood, baby. I'm not superstitious about you, but I can't take no chance. you got me spinning baby, baby I'm in a trance. Cause your love is better than any love I've known. It's like thunder, lightning, the way you love me is frightening. I better knock on wood.
  6. Soul singer/songwriter Eddie Floyd scored one of the defining hits of the Memphis soul sound with "Knock on Wood," a number one R&B smash that typified the Stax house style at its grittiest. Floyd was born in Montgomery, AL, in , but grew up in Detroit, where his uncle Robert West owned a couple of record labels, including Lupine. In , Floyd co-founded the .
  7. Ascolta 'Knock On Wood' di Eddie Floyd. I don't want to lose, this good thing / That I got 'cause if I do / I will surely / Surely lose a lot / 'Cause your love is better / Than any love I know /.
  8. Aug 06,  · A compelling storyteller, Floyd invites readers into his life to experience the ups and downs alongside him in his entertaining Knock! Knock! Knock! On Wood: My Life in Soul. I chatted by phone with Eddie Floyd about his life and the book recently. Following the interview is a brief excerpt from Chapter 15 (titled “Talk to the Man”) of the.

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