14

Nov

2008

The Black Crowes

BC Roadshow, St. Augustine, FL

11/14/08 BC Roadshow, St. Augustine, FL

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Set One

Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution 320

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A Conspiracy 291

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Evergreen 282

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Horsehead 273

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Oh Josephine 491

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Peace Anyway 281

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Poor Elijah 610

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Locust Street 291

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Forty Four Blues 527

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Nebakanezer 318

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Cosmic Friend 423

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Sometimes Salvation 341

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Wee Who See The Deep 620

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Take Off From The Future 342

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Thorn In My Pride 953

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Wounded Bird 312

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Encore

Shake Your Money Maker 281

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Reviews for this item

Bryan 12/4/2008 7:04:20 PM

"I've got to agree with the other folks here. This was a fantastic show. It was my fifth Crowes concert (I had tickets to the Page/Crowes tour a ways back but ole Jimmy roughed up his back and they canceled several shows, oh well), and this was as good as any, maybe better for someone like me getting to hear a lot of less well known songs. I about jumped three rows forward when they busted into Horsehead, that song is just nasty rock and roll. The recording sounds great and I'm glad it could capture at least part of the energy of the night. My dad was supposed to go to the show with me (he's 62 but still loves the Crowes), but he was sick and couldn't make it so this is going to make a great Christmas present. Thanks to whomever makes these available; the Crowes, the sound folks, the fine folks who run this website, etc. "

ellisdee25 11/26/2008 11:31:01 PM

"I was at this show and it was Fantastic!! It was my first show with Luther & Adam & I was blown away!!The 44 Blues was brain melting..& that Thorn was orgasmic! Download this show now! Peace Now!"

Jack 11/24/2008 1:35:56 PM

"Yes, yes, yes... welcome to the Friday Night Rock n Roll Show. What a great night (and great recording of that night). One thing I learned is not to come to a show expecting to hear something, you're experience will be much richer that way. The Crowes played a set of great gems. I never really expected to hear "Nebakenzer" or "Peace Anyway" but there they were, played wonderfully for the Crowes fans. This isn't a band you got to sit and watch. You participate, you help drive the music. For this is a trip and Sven and Steve man the engine room, churning rythms and pumping the heart. If you're not up and dancing for two hours you're not here. But speaking of not being HERE the Crowes take you on a trip. My friends the cosmos is calling and the Black Crowes will show you the way. Check out "Take Off From The Future" three guitars and a road to everywhere. No maps just a journey with no particular destination. I had a great seat and the sound was perfect (unlike Orlando where on the floor I got muddy vocals and Adam was inaudable). While I mention Adam I must apologize for an event in Aug. 07. He walks out on stage at the Orlando HOB and I yell out (like an a**hole) "Where's Eddie?" Well I feel like the fool for that one. After only hearing him on one album and a few shows I'll put him up there with Ian McClagan and Ian Stewart and Chuck Leavall and... The show opened with "Goodbye Daughters..." and what a song to open with. Rock critics (sycophants, all of them) like to quote "Come on join the jubillee..." well they don't mention the jubilee is storming the gates and tearing it all down. Well the ship is sinking but for two hours I could forget about it. With material spanning damn near a generation (this was my sons first show, he's second gen. Amorican) they touched on most of their albums and then some. They weren't afraid to hit you in the face with "Horsehead" and give you a hug with "Peace Anyway". Every album has had a different sound and the shows are no different. A beautiful amalgam of country, blues, soul and rock n roll they laid it down for all of us there. The backup singers add much depth to the performance (and I see how it's practical to have them to Gorman's right but it sure would be nice to see them up front sometime!). Luther and Rich blended styles masterfully. It was like watching two friends reunite. How long has Luther been with the Crowes? I think he joined around 1978. Wrapping up with "Shake Your Moneymaker" was great... that's exactly what everyone got up and did! Anyway, it was a great show. Download, get your mind right, slap on the headphones and forget yourself for a couple hours."

Jim 11/24/2008 11:18:46 AM

"Friday Night was awesome! Chris welcomed us to 'a Friday night rock 'n roll show' and the Crowes were in amazing form all night. I've seen the band many times since 1990 and this was the most fun I've ever had. Just look at the set list. The drum work during Thorn was smoking! Rich was enjoying himself and the Buffalo Killers warmed up the crowd nicely. I wish they were in town again tonight!"