The Black Crowes Share ‘Jealous Guy’ Outtake

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The Black Crowes unveiled a cover of John Lennon‘s “Jealous Guy.” The track is among the previously unreleased material featured on 30th anniversary reissues of Shake Your Money Maker due out on February 26 via UMe/American Recordings.

Shake Your Money Maker, the band’s debut studio album, was originally released in 1990. The new reissues come in a variety of formats including CD, vinyl and digital. The Black Crowes original lineup of vocalist Chris Robinson, guitarists Rich Robinson and Jeff Cease, bassist Johnny Colt and drummer Steve Gorman prepped Shake Your Money Maker with producer George Drakoulias.

The 30th anniversary edition of the LP was previously previewed with the track “Charming Mess.” John Lennon released “Jealous Guy” on his 1971 album, Imagine. The Black Crowes’ version aligns with Faces’ arrangement of the song. Chris Robinson and company often performed “Jealous Guy” live in 1990, but the song hasn’t been played by the band since October 19, 1991 as per Crowesbase.

Stream The Black Crowes’ “Jealous Guy” studio track below:

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