About “Bring It On Home To Me”
“Bring It On Home To Me” is a hidden song by The Von Bondies from their album Lack Of Communication.
“Bring It On Home to Me” is a classic soul song written and originally performed by the legendary American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. Released in 1962, the song became one of Cooke’s signature hits and remains a beloved classic in the realm of soul and R&B music.
Over the years, “Bring It On Home to Me” has been covered by numerous artists, including Otis Redding, Eddie Floyd, and Mickey Gilley, among others. It’s a testament to Sam Cooke’s enduring impact on the music industry and his status as one of the greatest soul singers of all time.
The track is only available on the CD edition of Lack Of Communication.
About Lack Of Communication
Lack Of Communication is the debut album by American rock band The Von Bondies, released in 2001. Known for their garage rock sound, the album is a raw and energetic collection of tracks that exemplify the garage rock revival of the early 2000s.
The album includes songs like “Nite Train,” which are characterized by gritty guitars, catchy hooks, and Jason Stollsteimer’s distinctive vocals. Lack Of Communication captures the DIY spirit and rebellious energy of garage rock, drawing inspiration from bands like The Stooges and The White Stripes.
While not a massive commercial success, the album played a significant role in the garage rock resurgence of the era and established The Von Bondies as a notable band in the genre.
How to find “Bring It On Home To Me”
On CD: Begins 2-3 minutes after the end of track #11 (“Sound of Terror “)
Listen to “Bring It On Home To Me”
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