Every year around halloween, I Put A Spell On You by Screamin' Jay Hawkins become's a popular song. Hawkins recorded this song in 1956, he wrote the song after being dumped by his girlfriend, and his longing for her to take him back. The original version was banned on most radio stations because of it's grunts and groans. The producers created an intentionally "weird" sound by having the musicians consume food and liquor during the recording session. The song was particularly popular among teenagers because it's sound was considered forbidden. The song has been covered numerous times, and was famously sampled by Notorious B.I.G. on 1997's Kick In The Door. Hawkins died in 2000, and is rumored to have over 50 children across the country.
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