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Johnny Guitar Watson ‎– Gangster Of Love (1958)

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Johnny Guitar Watson ‎– Gangster Of Love (1958)

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1 	Gangster Of Love 	2:57
2 	Broke And Lonely 	3:05
3 	You Can't Take It With You 	2:37
4 	H'way Go 	2:23
5 	Embraceable You 	2:36
6 	Cuttin' In 	3:12
7 	That's The Chance You've Got To Take 	3:07
8 	I Just Wants Me Some Love 	2:39
9 	Sweet Lovin' Mama 	3:05
10 	Those Lonely, Lonely Feelings 	2:45

 

One day, Watson and company co-owner Joe Bihari went to see the 1954 Sterling Hayden film "Johnny Guitar," and Watson acquired the nickname that would stick with him for his entire performing career. During this period he also began to style himself as the "Gangster of Love," after the title of a 1957 single Watson cut for the Keen label. First recorded by Johnny "Guitar" Watson as a demo in 1956. This version was not released. He recorded the song again for the Keen label who released it on a single in 1957 and on an LP in 1958. Watson recorded the song again for the King label in 1962. This blues piece was successfully covered by rock musician Steve Miller in 1968 and again by Watson himself in 1978.

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