Stealin' also called Stealin', Stealin' is an American folk Stealin - The Wood Brothers - Live At Tonic EP from the s. The song is particularly identified with the jug band tradition, but gained wider popularity after several folk and blues artists recorded it in the s.
Gus Cannon claimed to have written the opening line, "Put your arms around me Pariah - Black Sabbath - 13 a circle 'round the sun. By some standards, this is correct, as a compilation Catch Me If I Fall - Canis Major - Butterfly Queen earlier lyrics is often equated with authorship in the blues genre.
On the other hand, most of the lyrics clearly predated the Memphis Jug Band recording. In any case, this recording provided the basis for modern remakes after it was re-released on a compilation called The Country Blues in When the Grateful Dead recorded it seven years later, they mistakenly attributed the song to Gus Cannon, perhaps because Cannon's song "Walk Right In" appeared on the same compilation.
Years later, the sessions would appear on the band's twelve- CD box set The Golden Road released on October 21, before released as part of the stand-alone album Birth of the Dead in March Other Dead albums the song has Stealin - The Wood Brothers - Live At Tonic EP on including:. Jerry Garcia also recorded the song with friend and collaborator David Grisman. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
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