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Three Snakes and One Charm [Bonus Tracks]

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The Black Crowes 8/11/1998

Review

With Amorica, the Black Crowes began developing a distinctive sound, shading their Stonesy Southern boogie with a variety of rootsy and psychedelic overtones. But where Amorica was rich with kaleidescopic colors, Three Snakes and One Charm is stripped-down and direct. Sure, it has a punchy, muscular sound that is, if anything, more eclectic than its predecessor, but the production is distressingly monotonous and the songs lack strong hooks. Even with its faults, Three Snakes and One Charm is a winning album, mainly because the Black Crowes' musicianship continues to deepen -- the musical fusions and eclecticism are seamless, particularly from lead guitarist Rich Robinson. Their musicianship would be even more impressive if the songs were equal in quality. [Three Snakes and One Charm is also available in an edition that adds 2 bonus tracks: "Just Say You're Sorry" and a cover of "Mellow Down Easy".] ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Under a Mountain The Black Crowes 4:12
  3. 2 Good Friday The Black Crowes 3:51
  4. 3 Nebakanezer The Black Crowes 4:6
  5. 4 One Mirror Too Many The Black Crowes 3:36
  6. 5 Blackberry The Black Crowes 3:26
  7. 6 Girl from a Pawnshop The Black Crowes 6:17
  8. 7 (Only) Halfway to Everywhere The Black Crowes 4:0
  9. 8 Bring on, Bring On The Black Crowes 3:56
  10. 9 How Much for Your Wings? The Black Crowes 3:28
  11. 10 Let Me Share the Ride The Black Crowes 3:21
  12. 11 Better When You're Not Alone The Black Crowes 4:9
  13. 12 Evil Eye The Black Crowes 4:9
  14. 13 Just Say You're Sorry The Black Crowes 3:33
  15. 14 Mellow Down Easy The Black Crowes 3:45

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