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Down 23, this week. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Share this page:. Greatest Musicial Artists. People without picture. Artists on Time-Life's Classic Rock compilation. Do you have a demo reel? Add it to your IMDbPage. John Sebastian and others in the jug-folk scene of the time such as Geoff Muldaur credit Fritz Richmond for suggesting the name. The song "Coffee Blues" is a tribute to Maxwell House Coffee, which Hurt describes, "rapping" in the beginning of the song, as being two or three times any other brand, ergo, he only needs one spoonful to make him feel all right, what he describes as "my lovin' spoonful" in the song.
The song is part of a group of songs with a long history in recorded blues that generally use the term "a spoonful" to suggest sex, and in some cases use of a drug such as cocaine. The band's song, "Butchie's Tune," is featured in the penultimate episode of the series' fifth season. Demento staple. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Lovin' Spoonful.
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Gleason Rolling Stone Vol. Retrieved May 30, The Independent. December 18, Retrieved March 18, Backbeat Books, , p. Greenwood Press, , p. Summer In The City. The Lovin' Spoonful. Do You Believe In Magic. Butchie's Tune. Darling Be Home Soon. Nashville Cats. Fishin' Blues. Rain On The Roof. Coconut Grove."Do You Believe in Magic" reached #9 on the Hot , and the band followed it up with a series of hit singles and albums throughout and , all produced by Jacobsen. The Lovin' Spoonful became known for such folk-flavored pop hits as "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice", which reached #10, and "Daydream", which went to #2.