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The Black Crowes: Amorica

Review by Ben Thompson, MOJO, December 1994

FORBIDDEN PLEASURES ARE GETTING harder to find. What price true rebel music when disco, metal, mid-'70s pop and all the grizzled outlaws of yesteryear are ...

Jimmy Page and the Black Crowes: Live At The Greek (SPV)

Review by Mat Snow, MOJO, September 2000

Recorded live in October’99, a scorching blues-rock hit-packed double album like they used to make ‘em. ...

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The Black Crowes (2001)

Interview by Gavin Martin, Rock's Backpages Audio, 2001

Hangin' with Oasis, The Rolling Stones and Plant'n'Page, marriage to Kate Hudson and why they hate Rick Rubin - the Robinson Bros. tell all.

File format: mp3; in 2 parts, total file sizes: 49.7mb, total interview length: 54' 15" sound quality: ****

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The Black Crowes: Guilty!

Profile and Interview by Mat Snow, Q, August 1991

Guilty of making music that was going out of style in 1973. Guilty of flying the tattered flag of rock'n'roll idealism. Guilty, indeed, "of never ...

The Black Crowes: Nod's As Good As A Wink To A Black Crowe

Report and Interview by Max Bell, Vox, September 1991

Currently America's hottest new Faces, The Black Crowes have made a huge name for themselves with just one ass-kickin' LP, mucho slagging off of "the ...

The Black Crowes: Afghan Rebels

Report and Interview by Simon Witter, Sky, 1992

It's late night in Dallas and the Black Crowes are partying in rock's most happening dressing room, an Aladdin's den of fairy lights, Afghan rugs ...

The Black Crowes' Attitude

Profile and Interview by Fred Schruers, Musician, January 1993

THE CORRECT ROCK 'N' ROLL ANSWER to society's "What are you rebelling against?" has always been Brando's "Whaddya got?" In this regard, Black Crowes frontman ...

The Black Crowes: Amorica

Review by Andy Gill, Q, December 1994

AMORICA, ACCORDING to Chris Robinson, is "somewhere north of hell and south of heaven", a Utopia for the frazzled and the put-upon. Amorica the album ...

The Black Crowes

Interview by Andy Gill, MOJO, January 1995

MUSIC SEEPS OUT of the streets in Memphis. It's everywhere, in bars and clubs, but also somehow just hanging in the air, almost as if ...

Not Shaven But Raven: The Black Crowes at Newport Centre

Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, Independent, The, January 1995

WHEN THEY emerged in 1990, it was difficult not to hate the Black Crowes: they were too retro for their own damn good. Led by ...

The Black Crowes: Royal Albert Hall, London

Live Review by Nina Antonia, MOJO, April 1995

WELCOME TO THE DUDE ranch aka the Royal Albert Hall. Legions of longhairs, clutching their Amorica Or Bust tour posters, strut into the luscious red ...

Black Crowes: The Garage, London

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, Request, 1996

CHRIS ROBINSON could captain the Deep South Olympics grinning team. Where we see a squat, black-ceilinged closet on the Holloway Road, Chris evidently sees some ...

The Black Crowes: Three Snakes and One Charm

Review and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, August 1996

The band's fourth album, recorded over a two-month period in a house in Atlanta. Jack Puig co-produces once again. ...

The Black Crowes: The Garage, London

Live Review by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, April 1997

CHRIS ROBINSON HAS perfected the skinny, rollin'-eyed, raggedy Jesus look you don't see outside of by-pass protests and early '70s festival documentaries. ...

Freebirds All: Southern Rock's Undying Appeal

Overview by Kandia Crazy Horse, Village Voice, The, December 1998

SOUTHERN ROCK'S masterworks show this century a viable southern heroism: the quest to overcome the dread of Jim Crow and the pall of ruined empire. ...

Black Crowes: By Your Side

Review and Interview by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, January 1999

THIS ALBUM rocks. And rolls. And nigh on rollicks. Where their last album loped, this one struts. The record it's most like is their 1990 ...

Black Magic From The Amen Corner: The Black Crowes’ voodoo resurrection

Overview by Kandia Crazy Horse, Creative Loafing, January 1999

Jesus of Nazareth Chris Robinson ain't. Some detractors drew a purely visual comparison along these lines in recent years, when the Black Crowes' singer/songwriter wore ...

The Black Crowes: Lions (V2)

Review by The Rev. Al Friston, Rock's Backpages, May 2001

FOLKS, I'M AS big an enemy of hoary old "rock" and all its many cousins as most anyone I know. I can’t abide Oasis and ...

The Pride of Lions

Report and Interview by Ernesto De Pascale, Rock's Backpages, September 2001

Their "funky gospel rock" may be out-of-fashion, but the Black Crowes' Chris Robinson is unrepentant. Ernesto de Pascale meets him as he entertains the faithful ...

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