THE BLACK CROWES – THREE SNAKES AND ONE CHARM 25 Years Ago

23 July 2021

Band: THE BLACK CROWES (Marietta, Georgia, U.S.)
Active: 1984–2002, 2005–2015, 2019–present
8 studio albums (so far)

Album: THREE SNAKES AND ONE CHARM – 3rd LP
Released: 23 July 1996 – 25 years ago

Rolling Stone said: “Though no less derivative of Jeff Beck Group-era Rod Stewart,
Chris Robinson’s vocals sound better than ever, and the band has tightened into the
kind of Southern-rock machine Lynyrd Skynyrd eventually became. But the Crowes still
haven’t fully found their focus. Three Snakes 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.”
Score: 3/5.

Turn Up The Volume: Good on record, better on stage.

Single: One Mirror Too Many

– ONE MIRROR TO MANY –

Full album…

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Celebrating their debut album Shake Your Money Maker