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The Black Crowes - Shake Your Money Maker album mp3
American Trad Rock,Hard Rock,Rock & Roll,Southern Rock
  • Performer:
    The Black Crowes
  • Title:
    Shake Your Money Maker
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  • Style:
    American Trad Rock,Hard Rock,Rock & Roll,Southern Rock
  • Date of release:
    January, 1990
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  • Recording location:
    Chapel Studios
  • Size FLAC version
    1220 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1234 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1595 megabytes
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It is the only album by the band to feature guitarist Jeff Cease. The album is named after a classic blues song written by Elmore James. The Black Crowes have played the song live many times over the years, but it is not included on this album.

The Black Crowes - Hard To Handle 3:17. BLACK CROWES Twice As Hard 4:29. The Black Crowes - Hard To Handle (with lyrics on description) 3:08. Black Crowes - Jealous Again HQ 4:27. 1990 The Black Crowes Shake Your Money Maker original full album 45:09. The Black Crowes & Jimmy Page - Shake Your Money Maker 4:36.

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THE BLACK CROWES - SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER 1990 DEF AMERICAN RECORDS This is their debut album, 1990 Quite a cult album for his followers in which I include . .Shake Your Money Maker. Авторы текста и музыки. Rich Robinson, Chris Robinson. UMG, WMG (от лица компании "WM International"); PEDL, CMRRA, LatinAutor, UBEM, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Warner Chappell, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (3). Композиция. Could I've Been So Blind.

Shake Your Moneymaker ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial). MG Records (2). MG 1677. I have exactly this same remastered CD. With The Black Crowes shake your money maker music and Black Crowes booklet but CD cover is actually a Mispressing.

Shake Your Money Maker. I don't remember having heard anything by the Black Crowes in 1990, the year SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER was released. I'm not disappointed.


Pete Angelus - Management, Personal Manager
David Bianco - Remixing
The Black Crowes - Primary Artist
Jeff Cease - Group Member, Guitar
Johnny Colt - Bass, Group Member
Laura Creamer - Vocals (Background)
George Drakoulias - Producer
Alan Forbes - Art Direction, Artwork, Design
Steve Gorman - Cymbals, Drums, Group Member
Alvertis Isbell - Composer
Allen Jones - Composer
Michael Lavine - Photography
Chuck Leavell - Clothing/Wardrobe, Guest Artist, Organ, Piano
Ruth Leitman - Cover Photo, Photography
Lee Manning - Assistant Engineer, Mixing, Mixing Engineer
Brendan O'Brien - Engineer, Instrumentation, Multi Instruments
Otis Redding - Composer
Chris Robinson - Composer, Vocals
R. Robinson - Composer
Rich Robinson - Composer, Guitar
Rick Rubin - Executive Producer
Kevin Shirley - Mixing
Leon Zervos - Mastering

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Twice as Hard Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 4:09
2 Jealous Again Chris Robinson / R. Robinson The Black Crowes 4:35
3 Sister Luck Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 5:13
4 Could I've Been So Blind Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 3:44
5 Seeing Things Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 5:18
6 Hard to Handle Alvertis Isbell / Allen Jones / Otis Redding The Black Crowes 3:08
7 Thick N' Thin Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 2:44
8 She Talks to Angels Chris Robinson / R. Robinson The Black Crowes 5:29
9 Struttin' Blues Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 4:09
10 Stare It Cold Chris Robinson / Rich Robinson The Black Crowes 5:13

4 white drunk young boys from atlanta trying to get mixed variations on the still producing.The group does recall the Who a band that was revered as Rolling Stones in 70s. .shake Your Money Maker isnt purely trying to revival instead, they manage to reinvest it with a method. Its a good hard rock album and all, but this is how the kinks/stooges might sound now day. Its streamlined groove album that made of dreams .the single"jealous Again "Takes brash reckless and organic times over.into"on could i've been...'the bands behind the pointed vocals' disbelief ."Hard to Handle" is smoking, dirty, horny."She Talks to Angels" is Money Maker's delightful acoustic ballad ."Stare It Cold"is a derived power chords track raving up so much like gives a nice draft that southern rock band.
In an era where rock music was moving towards a seismic re-alignment, one has to credit Atlanta's Black Crowes for sticking to their principles, even if their no frills, no nonsense traditionalism seemed out of touch with the fashions of the time. Their tried and trusted brand of low tech southern rock and bluesy rock n' roll were built by an exhaustive live presence and a relentless determination to stick closely to the music of their influencers. Discovered by Rick Rubin's right hand man, George Drakoulias, and signed to Def American, their debut long player "Shake Your Money Maker", is packed full of acknowledgements to The Rolling Stones, The Faces, Lynyrd Skynyrd and early Aerosmith. In the brothers Robinson, Young Rich had the classic guitar licks, and Chris had all the Jaggeresque swagger. With little studio embellishment, the album is a big honest testament to their live sound, a few vocal additions here and there, and deliberately no guitar effects. For most listeners, the immediate center piece is the smoking, surging cover of Otis Redding's "Hard To Handle". It's a great signature tune for the band, and an obvious reflection of the rest of the record. Self penned "Jealous Again" would become a Billboard hit, and proved that the band were more than a revivalist cover band in major label glad rags. There's an admirable timelessness to the record that's enhanced by Drakoulias' uncluttered production, a simplicity that's transmitted throughout, relentlessly. There's minor reservations when the instrumental tones quieten and the rhythms slow for the two ballads "Seeing Things" and "She Talks To Angels", which see Chris Robinson's vocal steer towards the heavily overwrought, almost over consciously attempting to impress. He would temper and improve his delivery on future albums, particularly the darker, follow up (and for this reviewer far superior) "Southern Harmony"To be sure, "Shake Your Money Maker" has a genuine air of conviction, rather than the stench of exploitation of classic rock from the past, and its verve, momentum and honesty can only be admired by any discerning listener.
Well, it all starts here for the Black Crowes, with one of the greatest debut albums ever.Yes the Rolling Stones & Faces comparisons are especially apt here, & one can hear other influences such as the Allman Brothers Band & Little Feat, but what one often overlooks is the way they use these influences on this album; with a real economy to the songs, & not a lot of jamming, an issue that would wind up too often defining the sound & feel of the Crowes on later releases. Opening with the powerful one-two punch of Twice As Hard & Jealous Again, Shake Your Money Maker simply moves from strength to strength, & the band sounds more confident & solid than one would think on their debut release.Not only do they do a great cover of Otis Redding's Hard To Handle, but they offer their own killer take on a Southern Soul vibe with Seeing Things, with Chris Robinson singing his heart out. Otis could easily have returned the favor with a cover of that song, had he been alive. Thick & Thin is a slice of fast & furious rock, bordering on Punk/New Wave, & is followed by the stunning set piece of an impressive album, the poignant & brutally honest She Talks To Angels. Another one-two punch, Struttin' Blues & Stare It Cold closes the album, if the two songs aren't quite as great as the opening salvo are.An essential album, & a great album.
One of the all time classic debut albums. Nuff said. This would kick start arguably America's greatest rock band of the 1990s.