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Back Door Man - Various - Blues Story N° 5 - Le RockN Roll Noir & Le RhythmN Blues (CD)

Label: Polygram - 7972 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Blues • Style: Chicago Blues
Back Door Man - Various - Blues Story N° 5 - Le RockN Roll Noir & Le RhythmN Blues (CD)

"Back Door Man" was recorded as a single and was collected on Howlin' Wolf, Rocking Chair Album (), and others. The Doors' recording features a thumping rhythmic approach. They vary the chords in a bar blues arrangement, which serves as a great tension-and-release pattern. Vocalist Jim Morrison seethes and croons over the swinging band.

out of 5 stars Smokin' Chicago mids blues-inspired garage-rock Reviewed in the United States on Janu This Chicago quintet's long player (their second and final with the original lineup) represents the peak of their muscular punk-blues creativity/5(27).

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Back Door Man The Red Rooster Johnny Remember Me I Fall to Pieces Stand by Me Blue Moon Crazy Central to the story of the blues, the song—and Johnson’s so-called pact with the devil—also inspired the movie Crossroads (). followed by ’s “Crazy Man Crazy” (the first rock ’n’ roll record to make the U.S. Billboard.

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Comments on 'Back Door Man - Various - Blues Story N° 5 - Le RockN Roll Noir & Le RhythmN Blues (CD)' (2)

  1. Akinonris says:

    Back Door Man. " Back Door Man " is a blues song written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Howlin' Wolf in The lyrics draw on a Southern U.S. cultural term for an extramarital affair. The song is one of several Dixon-Wolf songs that became popular among rock musicians, including the Doors who recorded it for their self-titled debut : Blues.

  2. Zoloktilar says:

    A Willie Dixon blues song from , this has been covered by John Hammond Jr. and Howlin' Wolf, among others. The Doors decided to cover this after their guitarist Robby Krieger heard John Hammond Jr.'s version. A "back door man" is a guy who has relations with a woman while her husband has been out slaving away to provide for her.

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