Me and You and a Dog Named Boo –Lobo – 1971

Lobo Me and You and a Dog Named BooAnother artist who had mega-hits in the 70s and continues to perform today.  Me and You and a Dog Named Boo was Lobo’s first hit, way back in 1971.

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  • Lobo was born Roland Kent LaVoie in Tallahassee, Florida way back in 1943.
  • He had three top ten hits in the early 70s, Me and You and a Dog Named Boo, I’d Love You to Want Me and Don’t Expect Me to Be Your Friend.
  • Lobo’s musical career began as a member of a local band named The Rumours.  The band included 70s musicians Gram Parsons and Jim Stafford.Lobo 1
  • Lobo’s first solo album was released in 1969 under his real name.  His name change came in 1971 – Lobo is Spanish for “wolf.”
  • It was in 1971 that Lobo’s first single was released – Me and You and a Dog Named Boo.  It became the first hit for his label Big Tree Records.  The song featured on Lobo’s debut album Introducing Lobo which was released a couple of months after the single.
  • Lobo 2I’d Love You to Want Me, released in November 1972, became Lobo’s biggest hit reaching #2 in the US and #5 in the UK.  It topped the charts as a #1 hit in Germany.
  • To date Lobo has released 17 albums, the last in 2010.
  • Lobo continues to tour and play gigs – he is particularly popular in Asia.

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  • Me and You and a Dog Named Boo is lifted from the 1971 album Introducing Lobe.
  • Written by Lobo under his real name Kent LaVoie, it reached #5 on the US charts and #4 on the UK charts.
  • Also in 1971, country artist Stonewall Jackson recorded Me and You and a Dog Named Boo.  It was his final Top 40 hit on the US country chart, peaking at number seven.
  • The Brady Kids sung the song on their TV show – an animated version of The Brady Bunch.
  • Me and You and a Dog Named Boo lyrics.

me and you and a dog named boo – lobo – 1971 – video

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