Posts tagged ‘The Black Crowes’


Looking For My Lo and Behold: Podcast #60

Vinyl Chick

Here are the tracks that made the cut for this weeks podcast:

Nick Lowe – Cruel To Be Kind ++ Pearl Jam – All Those Yesterdays ++ Bob Marley & The Wailers – Redder Than Red ++ Hayes Carll – Naked Checkers ++ Justin Townes Earle – Look The Other Way ++ Colin Hay – Overkill (acoustic) ++ Elvis Costello & The Attractions – (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding ++ The Crust Brothers – Going To Alcapulco ++ Bob Dylan & The Band – Lo & Behold! ++ Herbie Mann – Push Push ++ The Wood Brothers – Rainbow ++ The Black Crowes – God’s Got It ++ Dr. John – God’s Sure Good ++ The Gourds – Peppermint City

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Shady Groove Podcast #52:



Howdy folks! Twas a pleasure dropping the needle on this weeks tunes for ya’all. Hope you have as much fun as I did.

The podcast this week consisted of these musical tracks:

Dr. Dog – Lonesome ++ Mayer Hawthorne – Hooked ++ The Civil Wars – I’ve Got This Friend ++ Dr. John – Huey Smith Medley ++ Eric Clapton – Don’t Blame Me ++ Peter Tosh – Brand New Second Hand ++ Cake – Jesus Wrote A Blank Check ++ Herbie Hancock – Watermelon Mix ++ The Black Crowes – Sometimes Salvation ++ Culture – Two Sevens Clash ++ Talking Heads – Radio Head ++ Hank III – Wreck of the Old ’97 ++ The Clash – Pressure Drop ++ Radiohead – High & Dry ++ Old 97’s – Big Brown Eyes ++ The Gourds – Hey Thurman

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Thank You Too!: Shady Groove Podcast #50


Melted Record

Well folks, we’ve reached 50 podcasts. Its been a pleasure spinning ’em. I hope you have had as much fun as I’ve had over the last year. Thanks for listening! Rock on…

This week’s podcast comprised of these wonderfully compelling musical tracks:

The Black Keys – If You See Me ++ Sam & Dave – Hold On! I’m Comin’ ++ The Wood Brothers – Make Me Down A Pallet On Your Floor ++ Cake – Excuse Me, I Think I’ve Got A Heartache ++ Dawes – God Rest My Soul ++ Wilco – Capitol City ++ My Morning Jacket – Thank You Too! ++ Frogwings – Hurdy Gurdy Fandango ++ The J.B.’s – Pass The Peas ++ Bob Marley & The Wailers – Guava Jelly ++ Al Green – I’m Glad You’re Mine ++ Alabama Shakes – I Found You ++ Greensky Bluegrass – Nobody Knows ++ Link Wray – Ace Of Spades ++ The Black Crowes – Time Will Tell ++ The Gourds – Lowlands

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SG Podcast #44

Microphone Check

Hey Hey, just dropped in to say, enjoy the funky fresh tracks. Podcast 44 was brought to you by your local record store and “songs made famous by Kenny Rogers”. Play it loud.

Traffic – Medicated Goo ++ Eric Clapton – Blues Power ++ The Wood Brothers – Glad ++ Those Darlins – The Whole Damn Thing ++ Blitzen Trapper – Might Find It Cheap ++ Cake – Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town ++ Sharon Jones & The Dapkings – Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In ++ The Black Crowes – Thorn In My Pride ++ Amos Lee – Sweet Pea ++ Bob Marley – Rocking Steady ++ Aretha Franklin – Rock Steady ++ The Rolling Stones – Beast Of Burden ++ Bob Dylan – Maggie’s Farm ++ Ween – Roses Are Free ++ Ronnie Hawkins – Don’t Tell Me Your Troubles ++ The Gourds – Moon Gone Down

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Rock Lives

I am so grateful that there are still bands like The Black Crowes. I love the fact that they stay true to their devotion to rock and roll roots. Seasoned vets to the rock stage that they are, the Crowes have taken revitalizing reunions to the next level.

Following the release of a year ago, Warpaint, which welcomed the addition of North Mississippi Allstars founder Luther Dickinson on guitar, the Black Crowes hit us again with a killer new record. What makes the raw, gritty, energetic, earthy album great is the recording process. The band chose to record before a live audience in Levon Helm’s barn in upstate new york. What this album does is rejuvinate and recreate 60’s and 70’s style rock and roll….while at the same time growing into this generations’ musical renaissance.

The new album is called Before the Frost…Until the Freeze, and was fittingly released on Sept 1. It is so cool, it even goes so far to recreate the album covers and inserts as its vinyl predecessors. Even the CD itself looks like a vinyl 45. Though these days most get off on the ease of buying mp3’s off itunes and other various medias, there’s something to be said about a CD and its album artwork.

I love it. My hats off to the Black Crowes and this spectacular new album. Well played.