The Black Crowes: Warpaint

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Anthony DeCurtis of RELIX Magazine hails Warpaint as “The group's most confident and instantly appealing album since the raw, raucous Shake Your Money Maker first brought the group national attention in 1990."

Warpaint also marks the recording debut of two new band members--second guitarist Luther Dickinson, of North Mississippi Allstars, and keyboardist Adam MacDougall--who join Chris and Rich and drummer Steve Gorman and bassist Sven Pipien--and builds compellingly on the band’s trademark adventurous brew of rock, blues, country, soul and gospel.

Reviews

Dave Ahlstrom   (9/28/2008 6:14:38 PM)

I can only say that when I first listened to this album I had that same giddy, excited feeling I first had when I heard "Shake your Money Maker." These songs speak to the listener so profoundly. I MORE>

John from Long Island  (5/13/2008 10:55:20 AM)

I dig the album, although it could rock a little heavier. My favorite tunes are the title song, along with "Down the Line", "God's Got It", and "Josephine". Bottom line is this is one of the last tru MORE>

jepiro  (4/24/2008 11:28:22 AM)

Best BC'S recording ever with 3 Snakes & 1 charm same felling same laid back the Crowes at their best, hope to listen shows from 2008 tour soon

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DISC ONE

SET ONE

Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution
(5:03)  
Walk Believer Walk
(4:39)  
Oh Josephine
(6:37)  
Evergreen
(4:20)  
Wee Who See The Deep
(4:49)  
Locust Street
(4:14)  
Movin' On Down The Line
(5:41)  
Wounded Bird
(4:23)  
God's Got It
(3:22)  
There's Gold In Them Hills
(4:46)  
Whoa Mule
(5:45)