|Originally Performed By||T-Bone Walker|
|Original Album||Single (1947)|
|Historian||Ellis Godard (lemuria)|
While there are no recordings of Phish playing this standard 12-bar-blues tune, the original has been covered by dozens of artists. Phish’s only known rendition on 2/23/89 was probably inspired by the Allman Brothers Band’s 1971 recording (which received heavy radio play), and possibly by the 1988 Mike Figgis film Stormy Monday, given Mike’s film studies.
T-Bone Walker, “Call it Stormy Monday”
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