With a lowdown bass lick, uptown R&B horns and surging organ punctuating a catchy chorus, "Evil Woman (Dont Play Your Games With Me)" hit the Top 20 like a comet in 1969 and propelled Crow from Midwest club band into national touring act overnight. Thanks in part to covers by Black Sabbath and Ike and Tina Turner, it's one of the most recognizable hits of the era.
Out of print for four decades, Crow's finest recordings are now available again on a 180-gram vinyl edition meticulously mastered from the original tapes. Long-suffering Crow fans can at last savor the best of the band's gritty run from 1969-1971, including not only "Evil Woman," but their other charting singles "Cottage Cheese," "Slow Down" and "(Dont Try to Lay No Boogie Woogie on the) King of Rock & Roll" -- not to mention deep album cuts like "Keeps Me Running." Also featured is a previously unreleased demo cover of the Beatles' "When I Get Home".
Comes fully equipped with memorabilia, photos and detailed liners by Doug Sheppard of Ugly Things magazine.
180 Gram Vinyl
Meticulously Mastered from the Original Tapes
Includes memorabilia, photos and detailed liners by Doug Sheppard of Ugly Things magazine
1. Evil Woman
2. Gonna Leave A Mark
3. Time To Make A Turn
4. Slow Down
5. I Stand To Blame
6. Cottage Cheese
1. (Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The) King Of Rock & Roll)
2. Easy Street
3. When I Get Home
5. Keeps Me Running