Yellow Vinyl Triple LP! Remastered Limited Edition!
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Hard southern raunch at its finest! The Black Crowes' amazing comeback plus a handful of classics, recorded live on March 2008 at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre.
As all Black Crowes fans know, the band is at its best when playing in front of a live audience, so when they announced the release of a live album, it was a happy day for all their fans. Still giddy from the release of their amazing, and highly acclaimed comeback album, Warpaint one of their best albums of any era fans were thrilled to hear that their one night only L.A. concert would be committed to plastic. The Crowes play through Warpaint in its entirety, jamming out on Oh Josephine in the best southern blues tradition, and giving all the songs that Crowes live-stage energy. They also dig into their vaults to unleash a few classic Crowes tracks from their early day, like the poignant Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye, as well as some choice covers, like Poor Elijah.
1. Goodbye Daughters of the Revolution
2. Walk Believer Walk
3. Oh Josephine
2. Wee Who See the Deep
3. Locust Street
1. Movin' on Down the Line
2. Wounded Bird
1. God's Got It
2. There's GOld in Them Hills
3. Whoa Mule
1. Poor Elijah/Tribute to Johnson (Medley)
2. Darling of the Underground Press
3. Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye
1. Don't Know Why
2. Torn and Frayed
3. Hey Grandma