Bobby Bland – Turn on Your Love Light
- Tennessee-born Bobby "Blue" Bland recorded "Turn on Your Love Light" for the Houston-based Duke Records label in 1961.
- The song is credited to arranger-bandleader Joe Scott and Deadric Malone, an alias used by Duke Records' owner, Don Robey.
- It went to number-2 on Billboard's R&B chart and also reached the Top 30 on the Hot 100, making it one of Bland's biggest hits.
- It's been covered many artists, including The Grateful Dead, Them (featuring Van Morrison), The Human Beinz, The Young Rascals, Jerry Lee Lewis and Edgar Winter's White Trash.
- You can hear it on the soundtrack of the 2011 Matthew McConaughey movie The Lincoln Lawyer.
- Bland was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and is still performing at age 82.