Jimmy smith got my mojo working


Page had difficulty finding other musicians with whom he could play on a regular basis. "It wasn't as though there was an abundance. I used to play in many groups ... anyone who could get a gig together, really." [13] Following stints backing recitals by Beat poet Royston Ellis at the Mermaid Theatre between 1960–61, [18] and singer Red E. Lewis, he was asked by singer Neil Christian to join his band, the Crusaders, after Christian had seen a fifteen-year-old Page playing in a local hall. [13] Page toured with Christian for approximately two years and later played on several of his records, including the 1962 single, "The Road to Love." [19]

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He was a nice guy. He big and tall – big, tall guy. He weighed about 300-and-some pounds, and he stood about 6 ’5″ or something like that. He was a big, huge guy, like Willie Dixon. And I think Crawford was a little taller than Dixon was. He was very tall – big guy, man.

I got my mojo working baby, and I'm goin' to try it on you
Woah yeah
I got my mojo working baby, and I'm goin' to try it out on you
Woah yeah
Well I tried it in New York City
Oh, now I'm goin' to try it on you
Woah yeah
I got my mojo working baby, and I'm goin' to try it on you
Oh a little bit later
I got my mojo working baby, yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm goin' to try it on you
Well I tried it in New York City
Oh no, I'm goin' to try it on you
Oh yeah, work my...

Naive and idealistic Jefferson Smith, leader of the Boy Rangers, is appointed on a lark by the spineless governor of his state. He is reunited with the state's senior senator--presidential hopeful and childhood hero, Senator Joseph Paine. In Washington, however, Smith discovers many of the shortcomings of the political process as his earnest goal of a national boys' camp leads to a conflict with the state political boss, Jim Taylor. Taylor first tries to corrupt Smith and then later attempts to destroy Smith through a scandal. Written by James Yu <[email protected]>


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