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Slash puts on a luxury “all stars” for his blues album

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Slash puts on a luxury “all stars” for his blues album

The sixth solo album by Slash, “Orgy Of The Dammed”, will mark the debut of this iconic blues artist. In total there will be twelve versions in which he will revitalize the genre along with a long list of guests. The first single, “Killing Floor”, features the collaboration of Brian Johnson of AC/DC to the voice and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith to the harmonica. And it should be noted that it is a version of the Delta blues legend Howlin’ Wolf.

For “Orgy Of The Damned”the acclaimed guitarist has once again teamed up with the historic producer Mike Clink and has recruited several guest vocalists, including Gary Clark Jr, Billy F. Gibbons (ZZ Top), Chris Stapleton, Dorothy, Iggy Pop, Paul Rodgers, Demi Lovato, Tash Neal, Chris Robinson (The Black Crowes) y Beth Hart. To complete your band, Slash He reunited with two of his bandmates Blues Ball in the nineties. It’s about the bassist Johnny Griparic and the keyboard player Teddy Andreadis. He also hired the drummer Michael Jerome and the singer and guitarist Tash Neal.

The new album covers a wide range of styles within the blues genre, from a joyous and noisy version of “Crossroads” by Robert Johnson to a painful and vibrant performance of “Stormy Monday” by T. Bone Walker. Together with his old friend and collaborator Iggy Popthey decided to recreate “Awful Dream” by Lightnin’ Hopkins with a languid version and emotional resonance. Elsewhere, Demi Lovato lends her powerful voice to “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone” by The Temptations. Although the song turns more towards R&B, the guitarist wanted to give it his passionate touch. The album ends with an original instrumental number, “Metal Chestnut.”

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