During The 'From My Home to Yours' series Episode 28 Bruce talks about Slim Harpo :
" That's one of my favorite bluesmen, Slim Harpo. "I'm Talkin'", "I'm a king bee, buzzin' around your hive". I'm talkin', "Rainin' in my heart". I'm talkin', "Got love if you want it"", got love if you want it". I'm talkin', (sings), "Come here baby, scratch my back". All Slim Harpo. Bad ass. Great, great groove. Born in Lobdell, Louisiana, influenced by Jimmy Reed, my other favorite bluesman. Slim had a swamp groove, made him a favorite of all the '60s blues-rock British combos such as The Rolling Stones, who did a nice cover of "King Bee". As did The Castiles, back in 1966. Now "Baby Scratch My Back", of course, that was a huge hit, reaching Number. 1 in the R&B charts and making all the way to No. 16 in the pop charts. "Oh yeah, baby, scratch my back".