You Turn Me On (song)

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For the Ed Bruce song, see You Turn Me On (Like a Radio). For the Beat Happening song, see You Turn Me On.
"You Turn Me On (Turn On Song)"
Single by Ian Whitcomb and Bluesville
B-side Poor But Honest (Tower 134)
Released 1965
Format Single
Genre British Invasion, Rock & Roll
Length 2:44
Label Tower 134
Writer(s) Ian Whitcomb
Producer(s) Jerry Dennon
Ian Whitcomb and Bluesville singles chronology
"This Sporting Life"
"You Turn Me On"

"You Turn Me On" is a 1965 single by Ian Whitcomb and Bluesville. The song is noticeable for Whitcomb's falsetto and "orgasmic vocal hook".[1] Whitcomb recorded this song with his band, Bluesville. As part of the British Invasion, "You Turn Me On" reached number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the U.S.. In 1966, American actress and singer Mae West covered the song on her album Way Out West.


  1. ^ Allmusic artist bio