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Get It On
Get It On
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Guitar Glenn!, June 22, 2008
This review is from: Get It On (Audio CD)
Schwartz's tone on "Dirty Mistreater" is simply stellar! Glenn still plays weekly in Cleveland and is truly one of the best living guitar players. He can go toe to toe with anyone. He really is a legit guitar God, but without the widespread fame. Check this release out though. The quality is good and there are some great blues guitar licks throughout!

The Black Crowes - Freak N Roll into the Fog
The Black Crowes - Freak N Roll into the Fog
DVD ~ Chris Robinson
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Live Rock N' Roll Band Today!!!, February 15, 2006
Purchasing this DVD is a no-brainer. The Black Crowes arrived back on the scene in 2005, with their classic lineup. Including Marc Ford on guitar and the excellent Sven Pipien on bass, the band ripped through the late summer and fall concert scene by begining to play epic 2 set shows, which included some of the best jams and overall performances they have ever produced.

Night after night, Ford tore through his signature leads with heartfelt emotion, Steve Gorman provided the ever-solid drumming backbone, Sven Pipien laid down some very tasty grooves, Chris Robinson sang his heart out and guitarist Rich Robinson lead the band through 15 years of great music. They performed a mix of their radio hits and lesser known (but equally as good) die-hard fan favorites. Marc Ford and Rich Robinson even treated fans to singing lead vocals on some awesome cover tunes!

This performance from 8/6/05, a SINGLE night at the Fillmore, is sure to be a prime example of the live capabilites of this insanely underrated American band!!!

- Set One -

(Only) Halfway To Everywhere (w/Horns)

Sting Me

No Speak No Slave

Soul Singing

Welcome To The Goodtimes (w/Horns)

Jealous Again

Space Captain

My Morning Song

- Set Two -

Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz

Cursed Diamond

She Talks To Angels

Wiser Time

Nonfiction -> Jam (w/Dave Ellis)

Seeing Things (w/Horns)

Hard To Handle -> Jam (w/Horns)

Share The Ride -> Jam -> (w/Horns)

Mellow Down Easy (w/Horns)


- encore -

The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down (w/Horns)

Even if you are a casual fan of any genre of music, you should fork over the $10 for this sure-to-be amazing document of live music!!!

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