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The Black Crowes


Not Forgotten: The Black Crowes – Shake Your Money Maker

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Not Forgotten: The Black Crowes – Three Snakes and One Charm

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Not Forgotten: The Black Crowes – The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion

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The Black Crowes $hake Your Money Maker in its entirety plus all the hits tour opened its European/UK leg at Dublin’s 3Arena with special guests Reef as support. The Reef diehards are in early and there’s a good number of them in to enjoy the 45 minute set that the band delivered including songs like …

The Black Crowes were a band who rose to popularity via the tried and trusted method of hard-gigging their deep-rooted traditional rock and roll sound. Both before and after the release of their classic retro rock of their debut, the recently reissued Shake Your Money Maker, they gigged relentlessly, building up a grass roots audience …

Returning to Three Snakes and One Charm almost twenty years after it’s initial release is an interesting exercise, not least because of my own personal history with this album. Back in 1996 I was a slightly impoverished student, so no small amount of consideration went into selecting what CDs I purchased. With Britpop reaching something …

After two albums which had established them as the great hopes for American retro rock in the 90s, The Black Crowes hit bumpy ground with Band, an album they spent a significant amount of time and energy recording, before it was shelved, only for some of its material to be recycled for Amorica, the band’s …

By mid 1991 The Black Crowes were poised on the edge of huge international success, but by the release of this sophomore album in 1992 the rising tide of grunge was washing away any hope they had of being America’s Biggest Band. Listening to the soon to be released vinyl reissue of The Southern Harmony …