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Orgy Of The Damned
  1. The Pusher (Wayne Hoyt Axton)
  2. Crossroads (Robert Leroy Johnson)
  3. Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
  4. Oh well (Peter Alan Green)
  5. Key to the Highway (Charles Segar, William Broonzy)
  6. Awful Dream (Sam (Lightnin’) Hopkins, Clarence Lewis, C. Morgan Robinson)
  7. Born Under a Bad Sign (William Bell and Booker T. Jones)
  8. Papa Was a Rolling Stone (Barrett Strong, Jesse Norman Whitfield)
  9. Killing Floor (Chester Burnett)
  10. Living for the City (Stevie Wonder)
  11. Stormy Monday (T. Bone Walker)
  12. Metal Chestnut (Slash)

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Stormy Monday


Written by T. Bone Walker


Published by Gregmark Music Inc.


 


Vocal – Beth Hart


Rhythm Guitar (right) and Solos - Slash


Drums - Michael Jerome


Bass – Johnny Griparic


Rhythm Guitar (left) – Tash Neal


Keyboards - Teddy Andreadis


Beth Hart appears courtesy of Provogue Records


SLASH: “This is one of the pretty famous blues standards, and I think most people are familiar with the Etta James version of it, which was from the 60s. There’s been many versions of this song, but I was always pretty taken by the Etta James version, so it was a song I knew I wanted to do. The Allman Brothers also did a great version as well and we played it back in the 90s with Blues Ball, and I just loved soloing on it and whatnot. I immediately thought of Beth Hart, who’s a fucking amazing American blues vocalist and she has been around for a little while. Everybody loves to play with Beth because she’s this ferociously emotional, female vocalist that just lays it all on the fucking table when she sings. I asked her to do it and she said, ‘Yeah, I would love to do it, but let’s do it in a minor as opposed to the original, which is major.’ So that just took the song in a whole different color, and it makes our version very original, but it’s also really, really effective. She came in and did this song in one take and collapsed on the floor when she was done. It was right when we were actually in the studio, doing the live tech in that first week. We’re in there and she comes in and I think the band had played the song one time by itself, and then Beth got there, and we went into it. And that was it and we knew we could not top that phenomenal first take with her.”


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