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Page Artiste The Black Crowes


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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (11 juin 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: American Recordings
  • ASIN : B000068FXU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Under a mountain
  2. Good friday
  3. Nebekanezer
  4. One mirror too many
  5. Blackberry
  6. Girl from a pawnshop
  7. (only) halfway to everywhere
  8. Bring on, bring on
  9. How much for your wings?
  10. Let me share the ride
  11. Better when you're not alone
  12. Evil eye


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Globalement d'accord avec Maman, sauf sur la note, il mérite 4.

Les seuls Crowes qui méritent 5 sont les shake your money maker, the great southern et armorica d'après moi

Très bon album avec quelques excellents morceaux (Under a mountaint, Let me share the ride, only halfway et girl from a pawnshop sans oublier blackberry)

Cependant, je pense qu'ils avaient matière à faire mieux au vu des compositions en terme d'enregistrement
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HASH(0x969ac60c) étoiles sur 5 Crucial Crowes Listening 31 mars 2005
Par S. mccauley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
OK, so you call yourself a Crowes fan because you like "Remedy" and "Hard To Handle"? Well, dig a little deeper and start with this disc. It's got some absolutely crucial Crowes songs that are standouts in their catalog or in concert. I hate to bash other's reviews but this disc is not overly noisy, it's just a little different- in fact, it's somewhat quiet in many parts. Chris' vocals are top-notch here, and never rambling or over-bearing as he can sometimes be. Overall it's got a vibe of "understanding" to it... something they desperately tried NOT to have with the free-wheeling, bad-assness of "Amorica". Understanding is NOT a bad thing here at all folks, so enjoy the whole disc as one, as it is THE most over-looked in their catalog.

1) Under A Mountain- 10/10 Typical great lead-off song about coming to grips with love and/or sex. Smooth guitars layer a slow steady vibe. Drums rock out nicely behind it all.

2) Good Friday- 10/10 One of my fav Crowes songs of all time. Heard them play this song LIVE on the actual Good Friday in an old church, so maybe I'm partial, but this might be the coolest break-up song ever. But not a wussy break-up point of view either, which is cool.

3) Nebakenezer- 10/10 Cool riff. Great drums. Vox are money. It's LOUD! And it's a bout drugs. What more could you ask for?

4) One Mirror Too Many- 8.5/10 Another drug warning. Looks like the boys are learning from their days of growing beards and dropping out on drugs (not that that was ever too bad for them musically)

5) Blackberry- 8/10 Easy to dismiss this one since it was the single, but a cool song. Funky. Chris' raspy vocals call back to the days of "Sometimes Salvation"

6) Girl From A Pawnshop- 9.5/10 Can almost picture him in a country bar singing this one. Cool story about a girl and a letter and the reality surrounding her while reading it. Ending is stellar.

7) (Only)Halfway To Everywhere- 8/10 Funky. Weird vocal effects. Upbeat. Could have easily ended up on Amorica. Got some horns from the Dirty Dozen helping out.

8) Bring On, Bring On- 8/10 Acoutic heavy. Gospel type chorus. OK on it's own... but sets up the next song rather well, which is...

9) How Much For Your Wings 10/10 Another acoustic tune that gets interrupted monetarily by some drums/ guitar and hand-clapping. Certainly nothing for some readers to moan about. Killer guitar that somehow is uplifting even though it deals with the sadness of loss. Brother Rich helps out on the vocals trading off behind Chris's singing of the verses.

10) Let Me Share The Ride- 7.5/10 Pretty standard road song. Sort of out of place at this point in the disc.

11) Better When You're Not Alone- 9.5/10 Seems like it would have fit perfect behind "Wings". Praises the joys of love and how it makes their world better. Never corny, just honest. Good upbeat ending.

12) Evil Eye- 10/10 Wow... What to say aboiut this song. Lyrics make you re-think you're whole outlook and disposition on love, beliefs, life and the world around you. Piercing guitar on top of some awesome drumming. Lyric: "Do you have in you to even try?" That should also be said for this whole album. Do try it!
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HASH(0x969ac660) étoiles sur 5 A unique gem in the Crowes catalog, and unjustly forgotten. Screw the naysayers. 22 octobre 2008
Par Parkansky - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When this album came out, it was sorely dismissed as a rather bland and boring psychedelic rock album by a band who has seen their rise and peak 4 years earlier. Tis a shame, becuase I think this is the best Crowes album yet. It doesn't get more free-flowing and more beatiful than this. On this album, the Crowes get a little more versatile and a little softer than previous releases. While Amorica was loud and harsh, this album is more laid-back and easy going. Right from the get go, Under A Mountain takes a while to get under your skin, but when it does, it's quite amazing. Good Friday sets the "Sunday Afternoon" vibe with lap steel, stinging harmonica, and banjo, a bit reminescent of Harvest-era Neil Young. Of course, they haven't forgotten how to rock on this album, as it contains some of the best bluesy-based southern rock the band has ever created. Share The Ride plows on with a Bo Diddley-type groove, One Mirror Too Many and Evil Eye throw Beatles-psychedelia into their tapestry, and (Only) Halfway To Everywhere and Blackberry bring in a Sly and the Family Stone funkness to the mix. There's also some beautiful uplifting balladry, whether it's the Zeppelin-esque Bring On, Bring On or the sheer hippie beauty of How Much For Your Wings? These guys are all over the place on this album. It's a shame it got terrible reviews, as it is a real peak in the band's canon and creativity. They wouldn't shine like this for a long time (Lions comes a bit close, and Warpaint only works half the time). Get it if you're a true Crowes fan and a true believer of rock and roll.
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HASH(0x969aca98) étoiles sur 5 Add a half when it grows on you. 3 juin 2005
Par Ree View - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Still with their ultimate lineup (C. Robinson, R. Robinson, Marc Ford, Steve Gorman, Eddie Harsch and Johnny Colt) intact after making two masterpieces, the Black Crowes made Three Snakes. As such, the playing on the album is top notch again. The feel of the album is a little less aggressive than Amorica, but there are plenty of rockin tunes.

This seems to be the "grower" in the Crowes catalog, where it takes a while for songs to assert themselves. While that's often a more rewarding thing than the opposite (an album that feels immediately familiar, but lacks longevity), the songs do suffer slightly from a lack of strong hooks and come off a little dry at times. The ballads, such as the pretty Girl From a Pawnshop and odd How Much For Your Wings? break away from the pack easiest and all the songs become rewarding in time. This was the third and last album from the band with this lineup, and during that time noone else in rock and roll was better.
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HASH(0x969ace64) étoiles sur 5 CROWES FANS WILL FIND IT FAIRLY ENJOYABLE 22 juillet 2014
Par frank camp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
"GOOD FRIDAY" is a really nice song. "GIRL FROM A PAWNSHOP" is a First Class Power Ballad. "LET ME SHARE THE RIDE" has a unique sound that blends Southern Rock with just a pinch of Jazz. "BETTER WHEN YOU'RE NOT ALONE" is a winner with some NICE GUITAR though it could have been a little longer. "EVIL EYE" Rocks with more GUITAR POWER but it's a little crowded with too many horns and disjointed drumming that drown the guitar a bit. If you're a CROWES FAN you'll find it fairly enjoyable overall.
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HASH(0x969ace10) étoiles sur 5 Better than most people give it credit for 24 juin 2002
Par Martin Lemos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
THREE SNAKES AND ONE CHARM once again show the BLACK CROWES evolving their sound, while still being able to still show their influences. Yes, it does sound different than their first two albums, but different doesnt mean worse. Yes, you have to give this album a few listens to get used to it, but I think thats what makes this album good. UNDER A MOUNTAIN and GOOD FRIDAY, help to start the album off. These songs are slow with some good melodies and I think that Chris Robinson's vocals sound real well on this songs. GOOD FRIDAY just might be the best song from this album. NEBERKANEZER has a rough sounding, rockin beat that rocks. Another hit. ONE MIRROR TOO MANY, and BLACKBERRY are just straight rockin songs that are also hits. GIRL FROM A PAWNSHOP is another ballad type song that once again shows off the vocal abilities. I also like the organ playing on this one, way to go Ed!!! I also recommend that you give a listen to (ONLY) HALFWAY TO EVERYWHERE, BRING ON, BRING ON, LET ME SHARE THE RIDE, BETTER WHEN YOURE NOT ALONE, and the bonus tracks JUST SAY YOURE SORRY and MELOW DOWN EASY. Out of the 14 songs, there were only a couple that I couldnt really get into, but this is still a great album and it does deserve some merit.
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