CALL IT STORMY MONDAY (BUT TUESDAY IS JUST AS BAD)

Latest update on 28/12/2013

Artist: T-Bone Walker
Author: T-Bone Walker
Label: Black & White
Year: 1947

Top 5 R&B, hallmark for electric blues guitar playing; produced by Ralph Bass. Re-recorded for Atlantic in '59.

Covers:

1958:

Pat Boone ['Drinking Coca Cola' instead of 'drinking wine']

1960:

Nancy Wilson

1962:

Bobby Bland [top 5 R&B as Stormy Monday Blues for Duke and crediting Hines/Crowder/Eckstine, the authors of Stormy Monday Blues (see there)]

1962:

Lou Rawls [title track lp]

1963:

Jack McDuff

1964:

John Hammond Jr.

1964:

Graham Bond Organisation

1965:

Little Joe Cook [alias Chris Farlowe on Sue; also crediting the wrong persons]

1965:

Them [as Stormy Monday, crediting T-Bone all right]

1965:

Nightshift [with Jeff Beck, pre Yardbirds]

1968:

Jethro Tull

1969:

Beefeaters

1969:

Marlena Shaw

1971:

Allman Brothers Band [at first introduced as "an old Bobby Bland song", later crediting T-Bone Walker]

1974:

Big Bill [as Stoose Blues]

1978:

Albert King

1981:

Maggie Bell

1983:

Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan

1986:

Boogie Boy

1993:

B.B. King [with Albert Collins and the Memphis Horns]

1997:

Van Broussard [wrong credits]

2008:

Mick Hucknall [as Stormy Monday Blues and just like Bobby Bland with wrong credits]

Not to be confused (like Bobby Bland's version was and countless versions with him) with Stormy Monday Blues (see there).

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