Brian Johnson And Paul Rodgers Join Guests On Slash’s Blues Do

There’s nothing Slash can’t play, and he’s dabble in quite a few different genres over the last decades, but all that the guitarist does can be boiled down to a single thread: the blues. However, fully immersing himself in it took Saul Hudson some time and some solo journey, yet May 17th will see the American artist circle back to his 2010 eponymous debut and build on its multi-singer foundation to create what promises to become a classic album – unattractively titled “Orgy Of The Damned” and featuring dozen cuts of which eleven are covers of evergreen material.

There are perennials by Robert Johnson and Willie Dixon, Stevie Wonder and Howlin’ Wolf, FLEETWOOD MAC and STEPPENWOLF and more, delivered by such luminaries as Iggy Pop, Billy Gibbons and Paul Rodgers – the former FREE frontman doing “Born Under A Bad Sign” that he already preserved for posterity, on platter, thrice: on his own “Muddy Water Blues” and "The Royal Sessions" as well as, most recently, on "Heavenly Cream" – while Slash’s fresh single “Killing Floor” finds Brian Johnson explore lower register and Steven Tyler blow a harp. Fascinating!

Orgy Of The Damned

1. The Pusher (feat. Chris Robinson)
2. Crossroads (feat. Gary Clark Jr.)
3. Hoochie Coochie Man (feat. Billy Gibbons)
4. Oh Well (feat. Chris Stapleton)
5. Key To The Highway (feat. Dorothy)
6. Awful Dream (feat. Iggy Pop)
7. Born Under A Bad Sign (feat. Paul Rodgers)
8. Papa Was A Rolling Stone (feat. Demi Lovato)
9. Killing Floor (feat. Brian Johnson)
1. Living For The City (feat. Tash Neal)
11. Stormy Day (feat. Beth Hart)
12. Metal Chestnut

March 9, 2024

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