About “Stormy Monday”
“Stormy Monday” is a hidden song by Mountain from their album Eruption.
Recorded live in New York, 1985. Each disc of the album contains a hidden track on track #8.
Eruption is a live album by the American rock band Mountain, released in 2004. The album captures the raw energy and electrifying performances that Mountain was known for during their live shows. Led by the powerful vocals and guitar work of Leslie West, the band delivers a high-octane performance filled with heavy riffs, blistering solos, and dynamic rhythms.
The album features iconic tracks like “Mississippi Queen,” a hard-hitting rock anthem that showcases Mountain’s bluesy, riff-driven sound. Other standout tracks include the instrumental masterpiece “Nantucket Sleighride” and the epic closer “Theme for an Imaginary Western.”
Eruption not only captures the intensity of Mountain’s live performances but also showcases their exceptional musicianship and ability to engage audiences with their energetic stage presence. The album is a testament to the band’s influential presence in the rock music scene, solidifying their place as one of the pioneers of heavy rock and serving as a must-listen for fans of hard-hitting, guitar-driven rock music.
How to find “Stormy Monday”
On CD: Go directly to track #8 of disc #1
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