Title: Love, Anonymous Video A love poem found in a book sparks encounters between the people who find it. With eventual pay-cable showing in mind, Skye Blue's romantic porn feature "Love, Anonymous" errs on the side of sentimentality. But it's a well-acted couples film in the time-honored vein of so many soapers like "The Notebook". In this case, a misplaced love letter is the plot catalyst, as baker Julia Ann's sister played by Charlotte Stokely has filed it away in her books stored with sis, and when other protagonists find the note it causes all sorts of confusion, each one thinking a paramour penned it. The resulting romantic clinches acted out in full XXX glory and lover's spats are old hat, but satisfyingly old-fashioned for today's audience.
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A gang of black militants kidnap a white virgin, hold her hostage and ravish her. Director Gail Palmer got the idea for this film from a college paper she had written. Sign In. Get a sneak peek of the new version of this page.
Called "a stark and haunting work",  it is one of Dixon's best known and most interpreted songs. The lyrics relate men's sometimes violent search to satisfy their cravings, with "a spoonful" used mostly as a metaphor for pleasures, which have been interpreted as sex, love, and drugs: . It could be a spoonful of coffee It could be a spoonful of tea But one little spoon of your precious love Is good enough for me Men lies about that spoonful Some of them dies about that spoonful Some of them cries about that spoonful But everybody fight about that spoonful. It uses eight-bar vocal sections with twelve-bar choruses and is performed at a medium blues tempo in the key of E. Backing Wolf on vocals are longtime accompanist Hubert Sumlin on guitar, relative newcomer Freddie Robinson on second guitar, and Chess recording veterans Otis Spann on piano, Fred Below on drums, and Dixon on double-bass.