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Artist: The Black Crowes

Title: Three Snakes And One Charm

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The Black Crowes Three Snakes And One Charm Album Cover


Category: Rock

Year: 1996

Label: American

Catalog Number: CK 69401


Chris Robinson Vocals
Rich Robinson Guitar
Marc Ford Guitar
Eddie Harsch Keyboards
Johnny Colt Bass
Steve Gorman Drums
Bruce Kaphan Pedal Steel
Rick Taylor Banjo
Gary Mudbone Cooper Background Vocals
Gary Shider Background Vocals
Barbara Mitchell Background Vocals
Erica Stewart Background Vocals
The Dirty Dozen Horns


1.  Under A Mountain  
2.  Good Friday  
3.  Nebakanezer  
4.  One Mirror Too Many  
5.  Blackberry  
6.  Girl From A Pawnshop  
7.  (Only) Halfway To Everywhere  
8.  Bring On, Bring On  
9.  How Much For Your Wings?  
10.  Let Me Share The Ride  
11.  Better When You're Not Alone  
12.  Evil Eye  
13.  Just Say You're Sorry bonus track  
14.  Mellow Down Easy bonus track  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Dean Date: March 6, 2004 at 11:49
Easily my favorite Crowes album. A very good band whose music has some serious staying power. Besides those first few singles they were not really a band played on the radio much but still managed to amass quite the following.

From: Cotton C. Lover Date: March 15, 2004 at 22:22
Ummm....where's Right By Your Side? Great cd that should be positioned below this one?

From: Michael Date: May 1, 2004 at 16:40
Totally underrated. The band was going through a phase where there being influenced by old blues standards and the Grateful Dead. It truly showed from the extended jams and the way the setlists changed radfically from each night on the 96-97 tour. They we're fucking on! Of course this is Marc Ford's might be considered swan song if not for the unreleased "The Band" albums from the May 1997 sessions in Nashville. By all means track those demos down!

From: FRATELLO Date: September 7, 2004 at 11:09
It's cool and The Crowes are always cool. Waitin' for reunion!!!!

From: Geoff Date: March 10, 2005 at 18:46
This kind of stuff is really not my type of music. I just find it soooo boring. I won't be too harsh on this band because I do love their song 'Too hard to handle'. This, though - the only CD of theirs I bought as I found it really cheap - is awfully bland and boring IMO. Fans of southern rock will enjoy, hard rock fans best be careful.

From: Remastered Reason Date: January 13, 2006 at 20:02
I would hope anybody who discovers the Black Crowes would do themselves a favor & start out with any other of the bands cd's but this one. There is hardly anything to like here & may discourage them to continue the pursuit. The Crowes laid an egg on this one for sure.

From: pie75 Date: May 17, 2009 at 5:21
you know what i like this album a lot very good musically and very bluesy no it's not as rocky as the first but it has a nice feel under a mountain good friday girl from a pawnshop bring on bring on and better when your not alone are the best songs you could kick back with a cold one and relax and enjoy this one for sure

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