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|Friday, June 23rd, 2006|
|Sunday, March 26th, 2006|
I was running low on time, energy, and fundage for most of this week, but tonight I drove all over town with a whiny 4 year old and finally got a copy of Freak N Roll into the Fog. It's from one of the Fillmore shows last year. OH MY GOD!!! (I thought it warranted more than the prerequisite OMG.)
Get it. Now. Best $10 I ever spent. Here's the track listing:
1) (Only) Halfway To Everywhere
2) Sting Me
3) No Speak No Slave
4) Soul Singing
5) Welcome To The Goodtimes
6) Jealous Again
7) Space Captain
8) My Morning Song
9) Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz
10) Cursed Diamond
11) She Talks To Angels
12) Wiser Time
13) Non Fiction
14) Seeing Things
15) Hard To Handle
16) Let Me Share The Ride
17) Mellow Down Easy
19) The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down
Bonus Feature: Current Mood: enthralled
Behind-the-scenes short film.
|Friday, March 17th, 2006|
"I don't have the motor skills to play the guitar."
Why is it, even after seeing the man play very well with my very own eyes more than once, do I still break out into hysterical giggles whenever I see Chris Robinson holding a guitar? Probably just showing my age. Current Mood: silly
|Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006|
HEY KIDS, I work at a music store, and according to our new releases page, TBC have an album coming out April 18th. It doesn't give me any information besides that, but fuck, new album=more touring=we all get to see them AGAIN! I'm excited.
|Sunday, September 18th, 2005|
Gimme weed, whites, and wine
I have had this song stuck in my head since yesterday. It's called Willin'
originally made famous by Little Feat in the 70's, but has been covered by everyone from Linda Rondstadt to the Black Crowes (THANK YOU, PHOEBOS APOLLON. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE.) I've always had a soft, drooling spot for folk rock, and I reckon I always will.
Every time I listen to a new Crowes show I've downloaded, I am constantly amazed at the creepy coincidental evolution my musical taste has taken since I saw them in 1991 at my very first rock concert. With each album, the band just kept getting better. I know that By Your Side might be considered a monkey wrench, and aside from Horsehead and Virtue and Vice I would have to agree. However, even the greatest bands are granted at least one detour, and if By Your Side is the worst they can do, I'd like to be that awful.
Kinda like how all those Beatle 'fucking around in the studio on a bad day" bootleg takes are ten times greater than many other musicians could produce on their best day. Whenever anyone asks me why I don't play music much anymore, I give them that excuse. By now you're thinking to yourself, "That's one of the most pathetic cop-outs I've ever read."
Yes. Yes it is.
|Sunday, August 7th, 2005|
Fillmore 2nd Night/DVD Setlist
The Black Crowes
August 6, 2005 - Fillmore - San Francisco, CA [ USA ]
S E T L I S T :
- set.one -
HALFWAY TO EVERYWHERE (w/Horns)
NO SPEAK NO SLAVE
WELCOME TO THE GOODTIMES (w/Horns)
LOVIN’ CUP (1st Time Played - w/Horns)
MY MORNING SONG
- set.two -
SUNDAY MIGHT BUTTERMILK WALTZ (acoustic)
CURSED DIAMOND (acoustic)
SHE TALKS TO ANGELS (acoustic)
WISER TIME (acoustic)
SEEING THINGS (w/Horns)
HARD TO HANDLE (w/Horns)
SHARE THE RIDE (w/Horns)
MELLOW DOWN EASY (w/Horns)
- encore -
THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN (w/Horns)
S H O W L E N G T H :
Another great set. I cannot wait until the DVD comes out.
|Saturday, August 6th, 2005|
I saw the following over at amorica.org:
"Tomorrow night The Black Crowes will be recording their performance at the Fillmore for DVD release. For this performance they have rescinded their generally accepted taping policy. All other performances at the Fillmore this weekend and next are open to record as normal."
|Friday, August 5th, 2005|
Hello. Hopefully somebody can help me out. I have been trying to find an mp3/flac of the Crowes covering the Stones’ Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
. Looking at the crowesbase, they covered this song six times during the '01 tour. Does anybody have a copy of one these that they would be willing to send me through e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), or yousendit.com? I would be forever grateful.
|Saturday, June 11th, 2005|
I'm listening to the Crowes at Bonnaroo. Wish I could be there, but this will do just nicely. God, they are beautiful. Current Mood: enthralled
|Friday, May 6th, 2005|
|Wednesday, May 4th, 2005|
I just read the best quote on the New Earth Mud boards by someone who met Chris walking down the street in Asheville not long ago.
Chris: I only read the Bible and Star Magazine.
(In response to some woman who had the Crowes confused with Christian music) Current Mood: giddy
|Friday, April 29th, 2005|
|Sunday, April 24th, 2005|
Wow, am I the only other person here?
I just wanted to share the fact that today, I saw Chris and Rich Robinson walking down King Street in Charleston, SC. And I'm going to see their show at the Plex on Tuesday. KICK ASS. ;)