Nothing to do with the Blues original (by Willie Dixon and recorded by Howlin' Wolf in 1960, also famously performed by the Doors on their debut album).

The term ‘backdoor man’ in a blues context refers to extramarital (and other) affairs conducted by sneaking in the back door whilst the husband’s away - though in a modern context could refer to backdoor virgins. Hey, whatever floats your boat!

There’s a guitar solo that will leave you with a nosebleed at 50 seconds on this one!

Backdoor Man superb version is a an original composition by Benny Sutton.

The track was first written and made available 2022 though copyright precedes that, as can be fully ascertained from registration with The Performing Rights Society in the United Kingdom.

Backdoor Man superb version is a blues track.

Benny Sutton plays all instruments on Backdoor Man superb version especially with emphasis to guitar and keyboards (unless otherwise noted). All other instruments are virtual (VST) and either played directly as MIDI from a MIDI keyboard or sequenced directly into a MIDI editor.

Benny also does all arrangements, produces, and engineers all recordings in his home studio using Cubase as his DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).

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