8 people loved CameronKippen’s jam I Just Want To Make Love To You

shirley 

Into Sunnyland Slim & Big Time Sarah, Lonnie Johnson, Gus Cannon, Martha Copeland…

“godsjukebox.com/selections/username/shirley/”

hsmagnet  |GA| HSMagnet

Into Deee-Lite, The Yardbirds, Al Green, The Rolling Stones…

“pepaw, caregiver, veteran, PC gamer. i have reached mid-life, but had plenty of crisis most of my adult life. i know what i like and i am not afraid to tell it. GoBlinARMY member and PBBans Staff www…”

mondoagogo  Anna

Into Vashti Bunyan, Osibisa, Wire, Patti Jo…

“Cultural magpie. http://mondoagogo.wordpress.com Can now be found at http://www.letsloop.com/mondoagogo http://thatwasmyjam.sharpshooterlabs.com/user/mondoagogo/jams”

JBoxer  J Boxer ❖ OverlookedUnderrated&Underappreciated

Into Buddy Emmons, Harry Nilsson, Minutemen, Curley Weaver…

““Music is the only religion that delivers the goods." - F. Zappa ❖ "I see my life in terms of music." - A. Einstein jboxer.bandcamp.com ❖ 8tracks.com/jboxer ❖ soundcloud.com/UnderdogPop ❖ reddwarfcom…”

shitsterbauer  Shit Shitsterbauer

Into Otis Redding, Elmore James & His Broomdusters, Little Willie John, Lulu Reed & Freddy King…

“This was the best place. I'm going to miss it terribly. Heard thousands of great songs and met some real characters. I was also @sweetbabyshades and @bothkinds and I collaborated with @dacia on @JiveT…”

Axol 

Into John Coltrane, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Love, The Velvet Underground…

“I love exploring different stuff. I am Axol on Letsloop, Nusiki & God's JukeBox as is @BluesCat for the Blues”

davidedspencer 

Into The Clash, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Rolling Stones, The Pogues…

“I am just a poor boy. Though my story's seldom told, I have squandered my resistance For a pocketful of mumbles, Such are promises”

leejohnson  REWIND TO THE SEVENTIES!

Into The Kinks, David Bowie, Neil Young & Crazy Horse, T. Rex…

“Born in 1954, Glam was my thing, "Ziggy" Bowie my hero. My goal on my REWIND TO THE SEVENTIES Jam is to celebrate 70s music, and maybe inform those who were not around at the time.”