The Black Crowes

  • Buy Merch
    Official Merchandise
  • Croweology
    Croweology
  • Before the Frost... Until the Freeze
    Before the Frost... Until the Freeze
  • Shake Your Money Maker (Bonus Track Version)
    Shake Your Money Maker (Bonus Track Version)
  • The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion (Bonus Track Version)
    The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion (Bonus Track Version)
  • Amorica
    Amorica
  • Three Snakes and One Charm
    Three Snakes and One Charm
  • By Your Side
    By Your Side
  • Warpaint Live
    Warpaint Live
  • Warpaint Live [LIVE]
    Warpaint Live [LIVE]
  • iTunes Originals - The Black Crowes
    iTunes Originals - The Black Crowes
  • Warpaint
    Warpaint
  • Freak N Roll... Into the Fog (Live)
    Freak N Roll... Into the Fog (Live)
  • Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution - Single
    Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution - Single
  • Greatest Hits 1990-1999 - A Tribute to a Work In Progress
    Greatest Hits 1990-1999 - A Tribute to a Work In Progress
  • Greatest Hits 1990-1999: Tribute Work in Progress
    Greatest Hits 1990-1999: Tribute Work in Progress
    Like the Black Crowes themselves, the greatest-hits collection A Tribute to a Work in Progress hearkens back to the good old days of best-of collections: you get a bunch of songs you've probably heard on the radio a million times and that's it.
  • Shake Your Money Maker
    Shake Your Money Maker
    Few young bands have embraced classic rock as fully as the Black Crowes. Their debut album features a bar-band stomp rooted in the back catalogs of the Rolling Stones, Free, the Faces, any number of early-'70s hard rockers.
  • The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion
    The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion
    This cd is what rock and roll is all about. It's gritty, it's bluesy and it grabs your attention and holds it until the very last song.
  • Amorica
    Amorica
    This album can be enjoyed on so many levels...artistically, spiritually, and if you just want to jam.
  • Lions
    Lions
    You might hear complaints about selling out or glossy production effects, but in a weird way, this might be the Crowes best album. The rudimentary Faces/Stones-like sound of the first album is gone and so is the languid Allman-esque jamming of the later albums.
  • Live at the Greek
    Live at the Greek
    The Black Crowes already possess one of the beefiest sounds in rock. Add legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page and now you're talking about thick-cut steak. Recorded in October 1999, this double-disc slab will certainly stick to your ribs, chock-full as it is of burly, brawny riffs, and it is as flavorful as it is filling.
  • Live
    Live
    If anything, this 19-track double live CD (culled from the band's 2001 tour and ushering in a likely extended hiatus) should forever make clear that the Crowes aren't pretending anymore.
  • The Black Crowes: Live
    The Black Crowes: Live
  • Lions
    Lions
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