Das Repertoire des ORANGE BLUES CLUBs findet seinen Ausgang im BluesRock. Musikhistorische Fixgrössen wie The Doors, Eric Clapton, u. v. m. bilden die Rahmenbedingungen zur Playlist des ORANGE BLUES CLUBs. Doch sieht die Band selbst ihren Anspruch nicht im simplen "covern" der legendären Musiknummern, sondern vielmehr in der Interpretation. Die musikalische Performance wird gekennzeichnet durch Spielwitz, überraschende Arrangements und last but not least durch die unüberhörbare und unübersehbare Spielfreude des ORANGE BLUES CLUBs.
     
Ur-Eisenstädter music & lyrics by Thomas Hottwagner | performed by The Orange Blues Club
  Blues Highway 2015 music & lyrics by Thomas Hottwagner | performed by The Orange Blues Club
  Room To Move
John Mayall
  Chain Of Fools written by Don Covay | 1st release in 1967 by Aretha Franklin.
A version of Eva Cassidy appears on her 2008 album "Somewhere".
 
  What'd I Say Ray Charles
 
  Hoochie Coochie Man written by Willie Dixon | performed by Muddy Waters
 
  Verliebt music & lyrics by Willi Böhm | performed by The Orange Blues Club
 
  My Babe written by Willie Dixon | performed by Little Walter
 
  Let The Good Times Roll B. B. King
 
  Gimme One Reason Tracy Chapman
 
  Summertime im Burgenland music & lyrics by Thomas Hottwagner | performed by The Orange Blues Club
 
  Hit The Road Jack written by rhythm and blues artist Percy Mayfield and recorded by singer, pianist Ray Charles
 
  You Don't Love Me Gary Moore
 
  The OBC-Theme / La Grange / Wipe Out Mixed by The Black Iron Sound Invention / ZZ Top / The Surfaris
 
  Watermelon Man Herbie Hancock
 
  Sweet Home Chicago written by Robert Johnson
 
  Friends (The Slow Blues) music & lyrics by Willi Böhm | performed by The Orange Blues Club
 
  Boom Boom Boom Boom John Lee Hooker
 
  2.01 Promü' written by Thomas Hottwagner | lyrics by T. Hottwagner & W. Böhm
performed by The Orange Blues Club
 
  Roadhouse Blues The Doors
 
  Funky Nassau The Beginning Of The End
 
  Need Your Love So Bad written 1955 by Mertis John jr. | Artists who have released cover versions:
Gary Moore, Buddy Guy, Sting, Whitesnake, Joe Cocker, Robert Palmer ...
 
  Rock Me Baby B. B. King
 
  Cocaine written & recorded by J.J. Cale in 1976 and most widely known in a cover version
recorded by Eric Clapton
 
  Locomotive Breathe Jethro Tull
 
  Goin' Up The Country Canned Heat
 
  The Song With No End The Orange Blues Club
 
  Manhattan Lovestory The Orange Blues Club
     
 

 

BLUESHIGHWAY 2015
SUMMERTIME IM
BURGENLAND
ROUTE 66
SO SAMMA HOIT