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The Black Crowes - Three Snakes And One Charm (Remastered, 180 Gram) (2 LP)

The Black Crowes - Three Snakes And One Charm (Remastered, 180 Gram) (2 LP)

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Limited double vinyl LP pressing of this album by the American rockers. Three Snakes And One Charm is the fourth album by The Black Crowes. It was released on July 23, 1996. Three Snakes garnered generally positive reviews upon its release. Rolling Stone magazine also gave the album three stars, noting that it "works best when it forsakes album-oriented pretension for singular clarity, from the oblique Beatles references on 'Nebakanezer' and 'Bring On, Bring On' to the Sly Stone-cum-Al Green funk of '(Only) Halfway to Everywhere' and the warm acoustic resignation of 'Better When You're Not Alone.' The album's cover logo resembles a 45 rpm record insert.

The Black Crowes have come a long way from the Faces/Stones clones accusations that plagued them upon their 1989 debut. THREE SNAKES AND ONE CHARM, their fourth album, continues their love affair with different facets of American music by liberally mixing genres with a proud disregard for current music trends (and for the slings and arrows of the band's short-sighted detractors).

The Crowes' Southern heritage pops up in a variety of ways on THREE SNAKES. "Let Me Share The Ride" mixes the New Orleans horns of the Dirty Dozen with a heavy guitar tone that evokes Crazy Horse. "Good Friday" takes the gospel/country route, with a rich crew of female backing singers and a pedal steel guitar (played by ex-American Music Clubber Bruce Kaphan). And on "(Only) Halfway To Everywhere" the Dirty Dozen aid the Crowes on a trip into funky territory that is more Family Stone than Rolling Stone. On that one, singer Chris Robinson holds his own in front of the backing vocals of Parliament-Funkadelic's Gary "Mudbone" Cooper and Gary Shider.

The Black Crowes: Chris Robinson (vocals); Rich Robinson, Marc Ford (guitar); Eddie Harsch (keyboards); Johnny Colt (bass); Steve Gorman (drums).

  • Format: Vinyl
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 1/08/2016
  • Remastered, 180 Gram



A1 Under A Mountain
A2 Good Friday
A3 Nebakanezer
B1 One Mirror Too Many
B2 Blackberry
B3 Girl From A Pawnshop
C1 (Only) Halfway To Everywhere
C2 Bring On, Bring On
C3 How Much For Your Wings?
C4 Let Me Share The Ride
D1 Better When You're Not Alone
D2 Evil Eye
D3 Just Say You're Sorry
D4 Pimper's Paradise
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