Back door man

The Doors - Back Door Man (2006 Remastered).  I learned The Doors' great version of "Back Door Man" before I had the privilege of learning Howling' Wolf's version. The Doors recorded this as Side 2, Track 1 on their debut album, The Doors (1967).

The Doors - Back Door Man (2006 Remastered). I learned The Doors' great version of "Back Door Man" before I had the privilege of learning Howling' Wolf's version. The Doors recorded this as Side 2, Track 1 on their debut album, The Doors (1967).

60. "Back Door Man" (3:32) (Willie Dixon/Chester Burnett) - THE DOORS ("The Doors" - 1967).

60. "Back Door Man" (3:32) (Willie Dixon/Chester Burnett) - THE DOORS ("The Doors" - 1967).

Howlin' Wolf - "Back Door Man" (with, unless I am mistaken, Tommy Shannon, later of Double Trouble, on bass).  The song was written for Wolf by the great Willie Dixon, and re-arranged and famously covered by The Doors.

Howlin' Wolf - "Back Door Man" (with, unless I am mistaken, Tommy Shannon, later of Double Trouble, on bass). The song was written for Wolf by the great Willie Dixon, and re-arranged and famously covered by The Doors.

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"Everyone gather around for a show, watch as this man disappears as we know" don't steal this  c a d e n c e b l a t t e r [x]

"Everyone gather around for a show, watch as this man disappears as we know" don't steal this c a d e n c e b l a t t e r [x]

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Willie Dixon - Back door man  Back Door Man" is a blues song written by Willie Dixon for Howlin' Wolf, released by Chess Records as a B-side to Wolf's "Wang Dang Doodle" in 1961. The song's author Willie Dixon recorded it on his 1970 album I Am The Blues.

Willie Dixon - Back door man Back Door Man" is a blues song written by Willie Dixon for Howlin' Wolf, released by Chess Records as a B-side to Wolf's "Wang Dang Doodle" in 1961. The song's author Willie Dixon recorded it on his 1970 album I Am The Blues.

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The title “Backdoor Man” is an old jazz slang designation for a guy who sneaks around the homes of married women. Sung Vanita Smythe, an African American singer who came to prominence in the 1940s for her daring lyrics………

The title “Backdoor Man” is an old jazz slang designation for a guy who sneaks around the homes of married women. Sung Vanita Smythe, an African American singer who came to prominence in the 1940s for her daring lyrics………

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The Back Door Man by Dave Buschi http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005Q0X6C8/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_jsbcwb19EJ2WM

The Back Door Man by Dave Buschi http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005Q0X6C8/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_jsbcwb19EJ2WM

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