"Who Do You Love?" is a song written by American rock and roll pioneer Bo Diddley. Recorded . He recorded it again in for the La Bamba film soundtrack. Willie Dixon produced the song and Los Lobos provided the ensemble backing. Who Do You Love? may refer to: Films. Who Do You Love? ( film) · Who Do You Love? ( film). Music. Who Do You Love? (album), by King Adora. Songs. "Who Do You Love?" (Bo Diddley song), ; "Who Do You Love" (Bernard Wright song), Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Narrative Award Winner: See more» "Who Do You Love ()" provides a great look into the world of music during Chess), Megalyn Echikunwoke (Ivy Mills), and Robert Randolph (Bo Diddley), all put.
The title is a play on the word "Hoodoo," which is a folk religion similar to Voodoo riff he used in this song, which became known as "The Bo Diddley Beat." Joe from Perth, Australialos lobos with bo for the la bamba movie at the start with. "Who Do You Love" -- the title comes from a Bo Diddley song -- takes the Chess Records story only to the point that blues gives birth to rock 'n'. Bo Diddley's beat changed the course of rock music. And his lyrics evoked a history that reached all the way to Africa.
You could make a good case, in fact, that without Chess there might have been no Sun, and without Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Bo Diddley. Who Do You Love This song is by Bo Diddley and appears on the album Bo Diddley () on the movie soundtrack La Bamba () on the album Bo's.