Legend after myth after story has grown around the Sessions, and most of them are most likely quite true. For example, the song "Creosote" from Volumes 9 & 10 was written by Dean Ween and Alain Johannes on the ranch's front porch immediately after meeting each other in four minutes. The first "session" was not actually a Desert Session per se, but Homme and his band at the time (The Acquitted Felons) playing for three days straight under the non-stop influence of mushrooms. Since then the ranch has grown legendary and the Sessions have only grown in intensity and artistic merit. The Desert Sessions Volumes 1997 - The Desert Sessions Volume 1 and 2: Vol.
I: Instrumental Driving Music for Felons Vol. II: Status: Ships Commander Butchered 1998 - The Desert Sessions Volume 3 and 4: Vol. III: Set Co-Ordinates for the White Dwarf Vol. IV: Hard Walls and Little Trips 1999 - The Desert Sessions Volume 5 and 6: Vol.
V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shit Head By The She Sore) Vol. VI: Poetry For The Masses (Black Anvil Ego) 2001 - The Desert Sessions Volume 7 and 8: Vol. VII: Gypsy Marches Vol. VIII: Can You See Under My Thumb?...
There You Are 2003 - The Desert Sessions Volume 9 and 10: Vol. IX: I See You Hearin' Me Vol. X: I Heart Disco Though not updated for a long time, the official website is located at http://www.desertsessions.com. Cover Songs The Desert Sessions have provided the Queens of the Stone Age with ample cover material, with songs being culled from all but the first two volumes. From Volumes 3 & 4 Avon appears as Avon on Queens of the Stone Age. Avon, performed by Josh Homme, is the 'sister song' of the track Nova, which has different lyrics and is performed by Peter Stahl.
Monster In The Parasol appears as Monsters In The Parasol on the critically acclaimed Rated R. Eccentric Man is a cover of The Groundhogs' 1960s Eccentric Man. From Volumes 5 & 6 You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire appears on Songs for the Deaf as You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire with Nick Oliveri singing in place of Mario Lalli. Rickshaw is often performed by QOTSA live, and was played by QOTSA and Friends during the Natasha Shneider Benefit Show on August 16, 2008 in Los Angeles. From Volumes 7 & 8 Hanging Tree appears as Hangin' Tree on Songs for the Deaf. From Volumes 9 & 10 In My Head...Or Something appears on Lullabies to Paralyze as In My Head, and I Wanna Make It wit Chu finds double duty as Make It wit Chu on Era Vulgaris. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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