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"Baby What You Want Me to Do" Single by Jimmy Reed B-side "Caress Me, Baby" Released November 1959 (1959-11) Format 10" 78 rpm & 7" 45 rpm record Recorded Chicago, Illinois August 7, 1959 (1959-08-07) Genre Blues Length 2:22 Label Vee-Jay (Cat. no. 333) Writer(s) Jimmy Reed Jimmy Reed singles chronology "I Want to Be Loved"/ "Going to New York" (1959) "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (1959) "Found Love"/ "Where Can You Be" (1960) "Baby What You Want Me to Do" (sometimes called "You Got Me Running" or "You Got Me Runnin'") is a blues song that has been performed and recorded by numerous blues and other artists.[1] Written and first recorded by Jimmy Reed in 1959, the song became a hit in 1960 when it reached #10 in the Billboard R&B chart and #37 in the Billboard Hot 100.[2] In 2004, Reed's "Baby What You Want Me to Do" was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in the "Classics of Blues Recordings" category.[3] Original song "Baby What You Want Me to Do" is a mid-tempo twelve-bar blues shuffle that featured "Reed's unique, lazy loping style of vocals, guitar and harmonica".[3] Backing Reed are his wife Mary "Mama" Reed (harmony vocal), Eddie Taylor (guitar), Lefty Bates (guitar), Marcus Johnson (bass), and Earl Phillips (drums). The song has been described as "deceptively simple" and as "one of the true irreducibles [sic] of the blues, a song so basic and simple it seems like it's existed forever".[1] Jimmy Reed received the sole credit for the song, although one source claimed "like almost all of Reed's pieces and whatever the official credits are, it is an original composition by his wife, Mama Reed".[4] Mama Reed can be heard at the recording session for the song: Unidentified studio voice:[5] What's the name of this? Mama Reed: Uh... Studio voice: "You Got Me Doin' What You Want Me"? Oh yeah... Jimmy Reed: Naw... Mama Reed: "Baby What You Wanna Let Go". Studio voice: No, "Baby What You Want Me to Do". "Baby What You Want Me to Do". Mama & Jimmy Reed: "Baby Why You Wanna Let Go". Mama Reed: Yeah. Jimmy Reed: You could even make it "Why Let Go". Make it short. "Why Let Go". Of note, nowhere in the song do the lyrics "baby what you want me to do" appear, although later cover versions would often wrongly include the phrase in place of the original "baby why you wanna let go". Other versions As with several Jimmy Reed songs, "Baby What You Want Me to Do" had appeal across popular music genres. "The tune was already a barroom staple of blues, country, and rock & roll bands by the early '60s",[1] spawning versions by a variety of blues, R&B, and rock artists. The song continues to be performed and recorded, making it perhaps the most covered of Reed's songs. Some of these include: 1960 - The Everly Brothers from "A Date With The Everly Brothers" 1964 - Etta James - single which reached #84 on the Billboard Hot 100. 1964 - Johnny Rivers from Here We à Go Go Again! 1965 - Jimi Hendrix with Curtis Knight. 1967 - Little Richard as "Anyway You Want Me", medley with "You Don't Have to Go" from Little Richard's Greatest Hits: Recorded Live!. 1968 - Elvis Presley from Elvis 1968 Comeback Special. 1969 - Ike & Tina Turner as "You Got Me Running" from The Hunter. 1969 - Dale Hawkins from LA, Memphis & Tyler, Texas. 1969 - Albert Collins from Alive and Cool. 1969 - Lonnie Mack from Whatever's Right. 1970 - Little Sonny from New King of Blues Harmonica. 1971 - Willie Dixon and Johnny Winter from Spoonful of Blues. 1973 - Wishbone Ash from Live Dates 1975 - John Cale from Helen of Troy 1977 - Otis Rush as "You Got Me Running" from Lost in the Blues. 1981 - John Mayall from Road Show Blues. 1984 - Lucky Peterson from Ridin'. 1987 - Johnnie Johnson from Blue Hand Johnnie. 1993 - Pinetop Perkins from Potrait of a Delta Bluesman. 1995 - Johnny Dyer from Jukin'. 1996 - Neil Young & Crazy Horse from Broken Arrow. 1998 - Billy Branch from Chicago Blues Session. 2003 - Doyle Bramhall from Fitchburg Street. 2007 - Omar Kent Dykes and Jimmie Vaughan from On the Jimmy Reed Highway. 2009 - Robert Gordon from Live Fast, Love Hard. References ^ a b c Koda, Cub. "Baby What You Want Me to Do – Song Review". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/song/t3426462. Retrieved August 10, 2010.  ^ Whitburn, Joel (1988). Top R&B Singles 1942-1988. Record Research, Inc. p. 346. ISBN 0898200687.  ^ a b "Blues Hall of Fame - Inductees". The Blues Foundation. 2004. http://www.blues.org/#ref=halloffame_inductees. Retrieved August 10, 2010.  ^ Herzhaft, Gerard (1992). Encyclopedia of the Blues. University of Arkansas Press. p. 437. 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