Back on the 26th July, I put up the full concert from the 19th March 2006 at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.
The following evening (yep - I make that the 20th) they played a second concert, and here is where you start to learn just how cool, unique, talented, and other thingies the Black Crowes are.
They play a very different set, different songs, unique jams, and a stonking performance.
Now the 19th March gig can still be downloaded, so if you are new to the band, why not download the first part of the 19th and compare it to the first part of the 20th March performance.
If you are not a fan at the end of both, do the following. Go and stand in front of a full length mirror, look yourself up and down (no touching) and say out loud, "I am not a rock'n'roller".
There is no known cure for this condition, however a quick dose of James Blunt, or five minutes in front of MTV (sorry it needs to be switched on), may cause sufficient reaction to try again.
Here in absolutely crystal clear stereo soundboard, is the full 20th March 2006 concert, by The Black Crowes, at London's Shepherds Bush Empire.
Buy some Black Crowes music HERE.
I am sitting on (OK - not literally) eight Cd's of live Black Crowes covers, of other artists material going way back in time, along with a lot of other studio and live performance nuggets, so be patient, I will start to work my way through these soon for sharing.
Remember The Black Crowes have always been pretty cool about boots, so please think about the official stuff as well.
(Edit 01/Aug/2010 - I must have been in a bit of a flippent mood to say the least, when I originally posted this, still the Crowes are one fine live band and I will try and get round to sharing some more).