17

Sep

2009

The Black Crowes

BC Roadshow, Burlington, VT

09/17/09 BC Roadshow, Burlington, VT

Products

Set One

Roll Old Jeremiah 573

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So Many Times 360

72201-TRACK

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Shine Along 313

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Garden Gate 269

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Driving Wheel 417

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Wiser Time 806

72205-TRACK

And The Band Played On 763

72206-TRACK

My Morning Song 785

72207-TRACK

Walk Believer Walk 321

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A Train Still Makes A Lonely Sound 293

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Shady Grove 299

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Wounded Bird 303

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Been A Long Time 516

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Encore

Title Song 561

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Oh Sweet Nuthin' 618

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Reviews for this item

KCJONZ68 7/12/2010 6:57:16 PM

"This show is fantastic!!! Play it loud. "

Marc 10/12/2009 3:34:41 PM

"Who are The Black Crowes: a blues-rock combo? A hippy jam band? Classic rock revivalists? For their show at Higher Ground, they were all that and a bag of weed. They've added country blues to their repertoire with the release of their new double album, which sounds like Exile On Shakedown Street. Their two hour set ran the gamut: Stones-y rockers ("A Train Still Makes A Lonely Sound"), skanky electric blues ("Walk Believer Walk"), square-dance hoedowns ("Garden Gate", "Shady Grove"), and fan favorites ("Wiser Time", "My Morning Song"). The only things they left out were all of their monster radio hits from the early 90s, but nobody seemed to notice or care. New-ish guitarist Luther Dickinson has integrated into the lineup seamlessly, and his Gibson Thunderbird mandolin is, as a guy behind me stated, "wicked cool looking". Master of Ceremonies Chris Robinson held it all together in his wide-brimmed scarecrowe hat, grinning like the Cheshire Cat. Rich took a turn on lead vocals for their extended take on The Velvet Underground's "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'". No matter what style of music they're playing, The Black Crowes are probably the last great classic rock band out there."