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Bo Diddley said he had enjoyed the vibe so much that he promised to return.
Follow Me Down collects six songs - all new band compositions - that showcase the band's diverse influences, the driving psychedelic sea-shanty of The Lips of Cleopatra, the big-top swirl and irresistable hooks of Electro Bitch, the girl-group harmonies and Regent Sound Bo Diddley beat of Jezebel and the waltz-time fairy tale of the title track.
ROLLING Stones frontman Mick Jagger has paid tribute to guitarist Bo Diddley, describing him as an "enormous force in music".
NEW ORLEANS, March 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- March 2015 marks the 60th Anniversary of the "Bo Diddley Beat," first introduced during the legendary Chess Records recording sessions for the "Bo Diddley"/"I'm A Man" double-sided disc that catapulted Diddley's 50+ year career.
The picture book is supported by a CD that not only contains a copy of the song The Wreck of the Diddley but also an animation that adds further value to the pictures of the book.
Diddley became a huge influence on the British blues scene of the mid Sixties, with his songs covered by The Rolling Stones and The Who amongst others.
Everyone else in the building was well over 60, which made the whole thing like an endless Twilight Zone episode, with opener Bo Diddley as Rod Sterling.
Growing up, Log listened to musical artists such as The Pixies, Gene Loves Jezebel, Bo Diddley, The Cult and AC/DC.
The festival will also showcase the talents of emerging bands from the area including rapper Chri4sit and 10-piece reggae outfit, Diddley Squat.
I could have spent a lifetime preparing questions for the one and only, Bo Diddley.
MIAMI: Rock 'n' roll pioneer Bo Diddley, who banged out hit songs powered by the relentless Bo Diddley beat that influenced rockers from Buddy Holly to U2, died on Monday at the age of 79.
IT'S a sad week in the creative world when both designer Yves Saint Laurent and rock'n'roll icon Bo Diddley met their makers.
It seemed an unlikely combination: a liquor store/club owner and a Mississippi blues singer--but the two capitalized on the Southern blues sound, electrified it, and brought aboard more musicians the likes of Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry, Howlin Wolf and Little Water.
Those interviewed included Bruce Springsteen, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Bo Diddley, Roy Orbison and the Everly Brothers.
My current favorites are "Beginning to See the Light," by The Velvet Underground (sample lyrics: "Some people work very hard, but still they never get it right"), and "You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover," by Bo Diddley.