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Famous Blues Covers: The Allman Brothers Band, "Stormy Monday"

 



Photo taken from Allman Brothers Band official facebook page



Famous Blues Covers: "Stormy Monday" performed live by The Allman Brothers Band became very popular. They brought it to the attention of rock audiences.

This is the complete unedited version with
the harmonica solo of Thom Doucette.


Duane Allman-lead guitar,slide guitar
Gregg Allman-organ,piano,vocals
Dickey Betts-lead guitar
Berry Oakley-bass
Joy Johanny Johanson-drums,congas,timbales
Butch Trucks-drums,tympani
Thom Doucette-harmonica




It was originally  written and recorded by T-Bone Walker, the great American blues electric guitar pioneer.



"They call it stormy Monday

But Tuesday's just as bad
They call it stormy Monday
But Tuesday's just as bad
Lord, and Wednesday's worse
And Thursday's all so sad
The eagle flies on Friday
Saturday I go out to play
The eagle flies on Friday
Saturday I go out to play
Sunday I go to church, yeah
Gonna kneel down and pray
Lord have mercy
Lord have mercy on me
Lord have mercy
Lord have mercy on me
Though I'm tryin' and tryin' to find my baby
Won't somebody please send 'er home
Oh ho
Lord have mercy
Lord have mercy on me
Yeah, I'm proud, Lord have mercy
Lord have mercy on me
Though I'm tryin', tryin' to find my baby
Won't send 'er home, yeah, oh baby..."
Source: LyricFind
Composer: Aaron T-Bone Walker
Lyrics of Stormy Monday © Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Wixen Music Publishing, Raleigh Music Publishing

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